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Puckett's Resignation Foils McAuliffe's Plans for Medicaid Expansion

Governor McAuliffe has appeared to run out of options to pull off his campaign promise to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, reports The Washington Post… 181 more words


Is waiting to vote worth it in Baltimore?

By the date of publication, Baltimore will have elected the Republican candidate for governor, Larry Hogan, into office. Mr. Hogan’s administration is one of the many Republican midterm election victories, one that has spurned Baltimore’s talk radio and news outlets into discussing what exactly happened at the polls. 351 more words


Ferguson mayor calls on Missouri governor to deploy National Guard

And, of course, public officials are damned if they do call for help…and damned if they don’t.

@CharlieKayeCBS @BuzzFeedNews @kmoxnews really National Guard?

— Imani Muhammad (@ImaniMuhammad) …

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MO Gov Race May Feature Candidate from Opposing Party Calling for Reform

St. Louis Today: “Two likely candidates for governor that year, one a Democrat, the other a Republican, are shining the spotlight on the urgent need for ethics reform. 198 more words

Federal Secretary of Education: "To Phase Out the Authority of States"

Have you seen the new regulations that just came out of the White House?

Americans who see these must run screaming to legislators for protection against the Department of Education. 426 more words

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It's A Beautiful Day...Leave Us All Enjoy It!

Words of Wisdom from One-Eyed Jack

This morning I was enjoying my morning coffee. It was a typical cool November morning in Arizona with all the promises of a mid-seventies afternoon. 204 more words


Top CT R Leader Is Leaving Office, Vows to Work on Public Financing, Ethics Reforms

Hartford Business: “State Sen. John McKinney (R-Fairfield) has plans for next year when he leaves the General Assembly.”

“McKinney wants to return the state’s Citizen Election Program to the higher ethical and respectable standard it had when it was first enacted by limiting campaign contributions from state political parties and state contractors. 137 more words