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Immigration supporters dressed as Uncle Sam and two construction workers walk through the crowds during a rally at the U.S. Capitol in April 2013. (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post) Undocumented...
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President Barack Obama's use of executive orders is emblematic of the former; the massive regulations proposed and enacted by the federal Environmental Protection Agency are the poster children of the...
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Will Either Side Back Down on Crimea?
This week marks the one-year anniversary of Russia's annexation of Crimea. To note the occasion, the U.S. State Department announced on Monday, "We do not, nor will we, recognize Russia's attempted...
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With 'Motor Voter' bill, Oregon perpetuates Votin...
Last Thursday, House Bill 2177, the "New Motor Voter Bill," passed the Oregon Senate following passage on Feb. 20 in the House. Gov. Kate Brown has said she'll sign the legislation--it was a signature...
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The following editorial appeared in the Herald-Dispatch, Huntington, on Feb. 23: West Virginia is on the wrong end of many health-ranking lists, but when it comes to getting children vaccinated for...
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Md. Bill Would Create Council To Examine Correcti...
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A Maryland measure would create a council to work on ways to cut spending on corrections and reduce recidivism. Maryland Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera and Senate President...
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Community corrections fights to save position
Stephanie Snow, an intensive supervision officer for Community Corrections, was before the McPherson County Commission Monday asking the commission support her job for the coming fiscal...
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Opinion: Job grants program is getting results
The rivalry for quality jobs is far greater than mere competition among counties within North Carolina as characterized by the report. For projects that require the Job Development Investment Grant...
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