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Dallas Morning News
‘I do’ for all: Court’s gay marriage ruling ushers in new erahe did not oppose gay marriage, only that voters and lawmakers, not the court,
‘I do’ for all: Court’s gay marriage ruling ushers in new era
Dallas Morning News / Posted 2 days ago
he did not oppose gay marriage, only that voters and lawmakers, not the court, should establish it. “This court is not a legislature,” he wrote. “Whether same-sex marriage is a good idea should be of no concern to us.” He warned that legalizing... Read more
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WQOW Eau Claire
Wisconsin Republicans still struggling with TrumpMADISON, Wis. (AP) - Even as some Wisconsin Republicans are urging delegates to
Wisconsin Republicans still struggling with Trump
WQOW Eau Claire / Posted 4 days ago
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Even as some Wisconsin Republicans are urging delegates to the national convention to get aboard the movement to dump presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump, others in the state GOP continue to urge unity. The tension is... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Wisconsin Republicans still struggling with TrumpEven as some Wisconsin Republicans are urging delegates to the national convent
Wisconsin Republicans still struggling with Trump
WAOW Wausau / Posted 4 days ago
Even as some Wisconsin Republicans are urging delegates to the national convention to get aboard the movement to dump presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump, others in the state GOP continue to urge unity. The tension is playing out as... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Political DigestHouse speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) said the plan includes ideas to reward wo
Political Digest
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
House speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) said the plan includes ideas to reward work and to require capable people to work or prepare for work. The plan calls for expanded work requirements for those receiving welfare benefits, food or housing... Read more
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The Atlantic
How American Politics Went Insaneof Representatives, would be directly elected. A radical who wanted to get into
How American Politics Went Insane
The Atlantic / Posted 6 days ago
of Representatives, would be directly elected. A radical who wanted to get into the Senate would need to get past the state legislature, which selected senators; a usurper who wanted to seize the presidency would need to get past the Electoral... Read more
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Island Packet
Some excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorialsof the Democratic Party, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, doesn't far
Some excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials
Island Packet / Posted 6 days ago
of the Democratic Party, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, doesn't fare that much better. Of that same group — Wisconsin independents — 64 percent felt the same way about Clinton. In fact, the leader among independents was, essentially,... Read more
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The Washington Times
House GOP: Congress must reclaim its powersto voters and enabled by deferential courts, House Republicans said Thursday in
House GOP: Congress must reclaim its powers
The Washington Times / Posted 10 days ago
to voters and enabled by deferential courts, House Republicans said Thursday in a plan that seeks to reclaim the legislature’s power of the purse and force the executive branch to explain its actions. The fourth plank in a six-part... Read more
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The Advocate
Status of the states on same-sex marriagecontrolling the state Senate have blocked any legislation from coming up for a
Status of the states on same-sex marriage
The Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
controlling the state Senate have blocked any legislation from coming up for a vote. That’s unlikely to change unless the GOP takes control of both chambers in 2014. MAINE: Voters approved same-sex marriage last November, reversing results of a... Read more
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Salon.com
This is how the GOP rigged Congress: The secret plan that handcuffed Obama’s presidency, but backfired in Donald Trumpthe Democratic Party is profoundly broken as well—most notably in the Legislati
This is how the GOP rigged Congress: The secret plan that handcuffed Obama’s presidency, but backfired in Donald Trump
Salon.com / Posted 13 days ago
the Democratic Party is profoundly broken as well—most notably in the Legislative branch, both in Congress and in state legislatures. After holding the House for four decades, Democrats lost control in the 1994 midterms, and have only held it... Read more
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Boston Globe
June 9, 2016his formal endorsement of Hillary Clinton with a video Thursday and plans to ca
June 9, 2016
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
his formal endorsement of Hillary Clinton with a video Thursday and plans to campaign with the former secretary of state in Wisconsin next week, efforts aimed at speeding the Democratic Party’s unification around its presumed presidential nominee.... Read more
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Roll Call
Prayer in Congress: Not Just for House and Senaterelationship between church and state in the Capitol. And so he’s decided, with
Prayer in Congress: Not Just for House and Senate
Roll Call / Posted 17 days ago
relationship between church and state in the Capitol. And so he’s decided, without getting clearance from or even informing GOP leadership, that every hearing or markup at his committee will begin with a prayer. “We’ve got a lot of meaty things to... Read more
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Newsmax
Newsmax: The 25 Hardest Working Members of CongressRyan, has an unparalleled passion for public policy, but he still faithfully re
Newsmax: The 25 Hardest Working Members of Congress
Newsmax / Posted 18 days ago
Ryan, has an unparalleled passion for public policy, but he still faithfully returns to his wife and three children in Wisconsin every weekend. 4. Rep. Juan Vargas (D-Calif.) — Former San Diego city councilman and California state legislator... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rightsbusinesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious b
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 28 days ago
businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs. Eleven states - Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, Georgia and Texas - announced a lawsuit Wednesday... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rightsbusinesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious b
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
WCNC Charlotte / Posted 29 days ago
businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs. Eleven states - Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, Georgia and Texas - announced a lawsuit Wednesday... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rightsbusinesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious b
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 29 days ago
businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs. Eleven states - Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, Georgia and Texas - announced a lawsuit Wednesday... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rightsbusinesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious b
A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 29 days ago
businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs. Eleven states - Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, Georgia and Texas - announced a lawsuit Wednesday... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rightsbusinesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious b
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 29 days ago
businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs. Eleven states - Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, Georgia and Texas - announced a lawsuit Wednesday... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rightsbusinesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious b
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 29 days ago
businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs. Eleven states - Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, Georgia and Texas - announced a lawsuit Wednesday... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rightsbusinesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious b
List: A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 29 days ago
businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs. Eleven states - Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, Georgia and Texas - announced a lawsuit Wednesday... Read more
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The News & Observer
Facing primary challenge, Patrick McHenry touts cachet as House leaderinfluence in Congress Challengers criticize McHenry as “professional politicia
Facing primary challenge, Patrick McHenry touts cachet as House leader
The News & Observer / Posted 29 days ago
influence in Congress Challengers criticize McHenry as “professional politician” Albert Lee Wiley, Rep. Patrick McHenry, GOP (incumbent), Jeffrey Baker, GOP, Jeff Gregory Patrick McHenry, who won his House seat a dozen years ago at 29, has... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primaryMADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the A
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primary
KTVB Boise / Posted a month ago
MADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge said Thursday. U.S. District Judge James Peterson told attorneys... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primaryMADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the A
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primary
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted a month ago
MADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge said Thursday. U.S. District Judge James Peterson told attorneys... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primaryMADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the A
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primary
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted a month ago
MADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge said Thursday. U.S. District Judge James Peterson told attorneys... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primaryMADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the A
No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primary
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted a month ago
MADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge said Thursday. U.S. District Judge James Peterson told attorneys... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primaryMADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the A
No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primary
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted a month ago
MADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge said Thursday. U.S. District Judge James Peterson told attorneys... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primaryMADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the A
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primary
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted a month ago
MADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge said Thursday. U.S. District Judge James Peterson told attorneys... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primaryMADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the A
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primary
WLBZ Bangor / Posted a month ago
MADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge said Thursday. U.S. District Judge James Peterson told attorneys... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primaryMADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the A
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primary
WKYC Cleveland / Posted a month ago
MADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge said Thursday. U.S. District Judge James Peterson told attorneys... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primaryMADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the A
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primary
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted a month ago
MADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge said Thursday. U.S. District Judge James Peterson told attorneys... Read more
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USA Today
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primaryMADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the A
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primary
USA Today / Posted a month ago
MADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge said Thursday. U.S. District Judge James Peterson told attorneys... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primaryMADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the A
Judge: No changes in Wis. voting laws; photo IDs needed for primary
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted a month ago
MADISON, Wis. — There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge said Thursday. U.S. District Judge James Peterson told attorneys... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rightsbusinesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious b
A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted a month ago
businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs. Eleven states � Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, Georgia and Texas � announced a lawsuit Wednesday... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rightsbusinesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious b
A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted a month ago
businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs. Eleven states � Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, Georgia and Texas � announced a lawsuit Wednesday... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rightsbusinesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious b
A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted a month ago
businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs. Eleven states � Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, Georgia and Texas � announced a lawsuit Wednesday... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rightsbusinesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious b
A state-by-state look at proposals dealing with LGBT rights
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted a month ago
businesses and those who decline to employ or serve people based on religious beliefs. Eleven states � Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah, Georgia and Texas � announced a lawsuit Wednesday... Read more
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News 8000
Judge says voting rules won't change for August electionThere will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, i
Judge says voting rules won't change for August election
News 8000 / Posted a month ago
There will be no change to Wisconsin's voting laws before the Aug. 9 primary, including the requirement that photo identification be shown at the polls, a federal judge hearing a challenge to more than a dozen election laws said Thursday. U.S.... Read more
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