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Florida Mayors Come Out Against Gambling Expansion in New Campaign

Casino Watch Focus has reported the new push to expand gambling in Florida during this year’s legislative session is through decoupling, or allowing dog and horse race track owners to offer mini-casinos without any dog or horse racing. 170 more words

Gambling Venues

Flagstaff City Council Set To Raise Property Tax

By Elisha Dorfsmith

Rumors of a possible Flagstaff property tax increase of anywhere from 2-8% have been circulating around Flagstaff for quite some time. Now it sounds like the Flagstaff City Council is getting ready to act and they just might have the votes to move it forward. 100 more words

New Media

Call for Volunteers

The Select Board is looking for volunteers for one established commission and two new initiatives.   Please respond to Caroline Lamoureux if you are interested and please include a brief paragraph explaining your interest. 215 more words

Select Board

GOP Bully Tactics Make "NOTA" The Only Real Option In Arizona

By Elisha Dorfsmith

With the help of our very own elected LD6 officials (Brenda, Bob and Sylvia), Arizona Republicans moved this session to make it… 554 more words

New Media

DAVID A. GRAHAM: The Case Against Robert Menendez

The Atlantic: The Democratic senator from New Jersey faces a long list of charges, centered on his mutually beneficial relationship with Dr. Salomon Melgen.

“Politics as usual”—it’s a phrase that’s rooted in a cynical view of how our elected officials operate. 150 more words


Who are New Mexico's true Progressive champions? Nominations open now!

New Mexico has never needed progressive leaders more than we do right now.

With assaults on women, voting rights and the middle class coming faster and harder from the right than ever before, it’s not easy to stand up day after day and fight for something better. 429 more words

Elected Officials

Small Town Mayors With Unhealthy Egos!!!

in insecure human bodies are something everyone, in general, just wants to avoid altogether.  Those individuals tend to be bullies.  In a public office, that’s not a good thing.   885 more words

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