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May 15 2019
Anti-abortion legislation that copies a controversial bill recently passed into law in Georgia is being considered by lawmakers in nine other states across the country, according to pro-choice campaigners monitoring the spread of such laws in the US.
Bills have so far passed one chamber in Louisiana, Missouri, South Carolina and Tennessee. Others have been introduced to statehouses inThe Guardian
Jun 04 2013
At the end of an interview with New York Senator Chuck Schumer on Sunday's NBC Meet the Press, moderator David Gregory teed up the Democrat to lecture Republicans on being too focused on the scandals plaguing the Obama administration.
May 21 2014
Republican establishment favorites dominated virtually across the board in the season's biggest primary day so far, with Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell fending off a challenge from his right in Kentucky and Tea Party-aligned candidates falling short in several other states.Fox News (Online News)
Nov 23 2016
Yesterday President-elect Donald Trump officially confirmed he will not move forward with his campaign promise to call for a special prosecutor to investigate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Trump says Hillary Clinton has "been through a lot" and that the Clintons are "good people" who he doesn't want to "hurt." On the campaign trail, he argued the opposite. As a reminder:Townhall
Jul 19 2012
Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday chided Senate Republicans for blocking a vote on a bill that would give tax breaks to companies that bring back jobs to the U.S. from overseas.CNN (Online News)
Apr 11 2016
Originally developed in the 1970s, direct recording electronic (DRE) voting machines have become increasingly used nationwide. After the 2000 US presidential election's troubles with "pregnant” and "hanging” chads and the subsequent passage of the 2002 Help America Vote Act which swelled use of DREs, electronic voting technology became widely debated.
Proponents argue that electronicProCon.org
Mar 26 2016
Senator Ted Cruz on Friday accused Donald J. Trump “and his henchmen” of peddling an article in a supermarket tabloid alleging that Mr. Cruz had engaged in extramarital affairs.
Mr. Cruz called the report, published by The National Enquirer, a piece of “garbage,” replete with “utter lies.” He said that “the truth does not matter” to Mr. Trump.
“He will lie and go to sleaze,” Mr.New York Times (News)
Nov 19 2019
Most lawmakers in districts President Trump won in 2016 avoid the issue, focusing instead on legislative action.
While the impeachment inquiry into President Trump is hanging over Capitol Hill, House lawmakers in competitive districts will face targeted ads, town-hall crowds and campaign events following their votes to support opening an investigation.
Those lawmakers, especiallyWall Street Journal (News)
Feb 06 2016
Ted Cruz took first prize in the Iowa caucuses, but in the days before the New Hampshire primary, not many people are treating the Texas senator like a winner.
Instead, the talk has turned to a clash between Marco Rubio and Donald Trump, the two front-runners in the Granite State, and how one has to lose a bit less than the other in order to claim victory. And whenever Cruz’s name comesVanity Fair