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2014/09/02 19:54
2014/09/02 19:54
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Give this to state district Judge John Dietz: He gave the next Legislature a purpose. This year’s general election campaigns, to be fair, are just getting started. That said, the candidates aren’t...
2014/09/02 19:54
2014/09/02 19:54
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2014/08/30 11:08
2014/08/30 11:08
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News outlets quickly reported the impact of the judge's decision. A federal judge Friday struck down a major provision of Texas's strict abortion law that would have forced all but a handful of...
2014/08/30 00:05
2014/08/30 00:05
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The good news is that low-income households in a state with a Republican governor and a Republican Legislature will now have the opportunity to get health care coverage under an expanded Medicaid...
2014/08/29 17:54
2014/08/29 17:54
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Gov. Scott Walker tried to put a positive spin Friday on the one-two punch of lackluster jobs numbers and a drop in tax collections that will likely put the budget in the red next year. Walker's...
2014/08/29 01:08
2014/08/29 01:08
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News outlets report that this little-noticed provision puts in place stricter limits regarding the amount companies can deduct from their federal tax bills. Also in the news, The Associated Press...
2014/08/28 23:52
2014/08/28 23:52
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MADISON -- According to a report released by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue, the state pulled in about 280 million dollars less in tax revenue than expected for the last fiscal year. As of right...
2014/08/21 11:48
2014/08/21 11:48
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This week’s news that Republicans in competitive states have significantly scaled back their ad spending attacking the Affordable Care Act offered a fairly strong indicator that the politics of the...
2014/08/19 06:43
2014/08/19 06:43
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Lawmakers to decide future of Ulster rail corridor Print this ArticleEmail this Article KINGSTON — Ulster County legislators will vote Tuesday on their vision for the county's rail corridor, a...
2014/08/18 04:47
2014/08/18 04:47
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TALLAHASSEE -- Traveling on a yellow school bus, Democratic candidate for governor Charlie Crist toured the state last week to tell Floridians public schools would fare better under his watch than...
2014/08/18 00:25
2014/08/18 00:25
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The recent dental clinic in Rock Hill was a moving example of the spirit of love and charity toward people in need, many of them also in pain. It is dismaying to think, however, how much more...
2014/08/15 23:03
2014/08/15 23:03
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Who's winning, who's losing, and why. In December 2012, when Washington’s press corps was peering over the “fiscal cliff,” Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn released a report that looked and sounded too goofy...
2014/08/15 09:22
2014/08/15 09:22
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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon listens during a meeting of clergy and community members Thursday in... The answer: Nearly 200 miles away in Sedalia, Mo., enjoying a show at the state fair by the country...
2014/08/13 22:19
2014/08/13 22:19
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Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.), up for reelection during this midterm election cycle, works with her staff off the Senate floor. (Melina Mara/The Washington Post) CONCORD, N.C. — Independent voter Christine...
2014/08/11 16:19
2014/08/11 16:19
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Alaska and Nevada don't have too much in common beyond an abundance of open space and a history of gold rushes. But the two states share another trait that's increasingly uncommon these days: Their...
2014/08/10 04:56
2014/08/10 04:56
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The tax cuts enacted by our Republican Legislature have resulted in a $205 million shortfall in revenue projections thus far. Of course, the cuts are heavily skewed to those who earn the most. Most...
2014/08/06 02:22
2014/08/06 02:22
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It has been a long time between drinks of water for North Carolina’s public school teachers, victims of the recession and tax-cutting politics. So most will be glad to get an election-year raise – on...
2014/08/04 12:22
2014/08/04 12:22
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The acrimony among the state’s Republican leaders that marked this year’s legislative session continued to the bitter end as the House and Senate couldn’t agree on when to adjourn. From the weekend...
2014/08/03 00:58
2014/08/03 00:58
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RALEIGH Is this the kinder, gentler Republican Legislature? This session, in the shadow of a U.S. Senate race and legislative elections, GOP leaders preserved teacher tenure, protected Medicaid...
2014/08/02 13:48
2014/08/02 13:48
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This article originally appeared on Liberals throughout the land breathed a sigh of relief when Senator Sam Brownback of Kansas stepped down in 2008 and later decided to run for governor. Yes, the...
2014/09/02 19:54
2014/09/02 19:54
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