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Health care compact gains attention as campaign i...
By Jim McLeanKHI News Service TOPEKA — A once-obscure effort by a group of states to get out from under federal health care regulations has become an issue in the final days of the Kansas governor’s...
Read more at Kansas City Kansan
Wipe the cobwebs off your eyes, stretch your skeletal arms to the sky and get ready to embrace the Halloween of your nightmares. For those who have yet to make plans beyond zombied studies, the...
Read more at The Chronicle
Truth is a casualty in campaign ads
While there haven’t been a lot of them, until about two weeks ago, television commercials for those running in this election have been nasty. Even worse, many of them are inaccurate, deceptive,...
Read more at The Youngstown Vindicator
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court
Ohio Supreme Court
American Electric Power
Dan Walker walks into Illinois governor's mansion
As political theater, the 2014 Illinois gubernatorial race between Bruce Rauner and Pat Quinn is a natural. Pitting a hard-charging businessman against a streetwise incumbent, it evokes a wrestling...
Read more at Chicago Tribune
United States Senate
Candidates weigh in on major issues
Candidates weigh in on major issues By Cheyene Miller The 2014 Senate race between Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell and Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes has been one of the most observed races in the...
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Alison Lundergan Grimes
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Sen. Cory Booker focuses on reaching across the a...
Sen. Cory Booker, a Democrat, says the nation is sick of divisive politics. Cory Booker was all over the late-night talk shows and traveling the country as a highly paid guest speaker while he was...
Read more at The Register NorthJersey.com
Offensive Halloween costumes toe line between goo...
Ray and Janay Rice. Sexy Ebola nurses. Swarthy Islamic State terrorists. Toothless hillbillies, naughty nuns and drunken Mexicans. An array of offensive costumes is a Halloween staple, and the debate...
Read more at The Washington Times
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University of Houston
It’s a hat trick of surprises in governor race
Politics makes strange bedfellows, frenemies and good friends, and Thursday saw a good dose of all three in the race for governor of New York. The strange-bedfellow moment came when the state’s...
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The Buffalo News
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Andrew M. Cuomo
Notes and notables
A fact-based approach Some 60 soldiers from Fort Eustis recently deployed to Liberia where they hope to help halt the Ebola outbreak. They follow airmen from Langley Air Force Base, who just returned...
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Langley Air Force Base
Re: “Ebola Hype,” Your Turn, Oct. 17: I thoroughly agree, along with most leveled-headed individuals, that the media have elevated the fear over Ebola to a new level of absurdity. However, to call...
Read more at San Antonio Express-News
Leticia Van de Putte
Marriage equality is just and right
The issue of marriage equality has long been a thorny subject in the political and social realms. In light of recent protests for and against same-sex marriage, and acknowledging the increasing number...
Read more at The Johns Hopkins News-Letter
Board of Education
Rs 10.45-lakh dilemma for CM
Bhubaneswar, Oct. 30: The state government is in a dilemma whether to accept a draft worth Rs 10.45 lakh sent by eminent writer Manoj Das to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund or return it. The dilemma...
Read more at The Telegraph
After four years of Corbett, let's hand the keys ...
This is a question you don't hear too often in gubernatorial debates, but it's a defining issue in Pennsylvania this year: Who's the better czar of dysfunction, Tom Corbett or Tom Wolf? Is it the...
Read more at The Brown and White
Strong reactions to Advance endorsement of Rep. M...
The borough's hometown paper backed the incumbent congressman Thursday morning. It was accompanied by comments from Advance Editor Brian Laline, who said this is the hand Staten Island has been...
Read more at Staten Island Advance
Overdue honor for Gettysburg hero Alonzo Cushing ...
One hundred and fifty one years ago, the fate of the Union was determined in three days at the Battle of Gettysburg. What started as Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee's initial invasion of northern...
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York Daily Record
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Alonzo H. Cushing
Portland City Council should rebuild community tr...
The word "trust" kept coming up in a Portland City Council hearing last week, but none of the commissioners should feel flattered. Speaker after speaker addressed the city council, pleading with them...
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Portland City Council
Ernst: 'I will be the next United States senator ...
Iowa Republican Senate hopeful Joni Ernst predicted on Thursday a victory over Democratic challenger Rep. Bruce Braley in a high-profile race that could shift the balance of power on Capitol...
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Iowa Republican Senate
Miner to Cuomo: You'll have our Syracuse Billion ...
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Mayor Stephanie Miner said Syracuse leaders will put a proposal before Gov. Andrew Cuomo by Thanksgiving for a state-funded economic development program on par with the "Buffalo...
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Common Sense predictions
On today's special, extended edition of "Politics Tonight" (CLTV), host Paul Lisnek guides
member Kristen McQueary and me through our predictions for next Tuesday's election, as well...
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The idea that the United States must exercise "global leadership" is rationalized by our interventionists as a necessary prerequisite for maintaining some type of "world order." Who will guard the sea...
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