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May 06 2015
WASHINGTON -- Hillary Clinton vowed on Tuesday that she would not only support immigration reform and protect deportation relief policies put forward by President Barack Obama. If elected president ne...HuffPost
Jul 02 2013
Tennessees Bob Corker considered quitting the Senate, but plunged back into the art of the deal helping to build a big majority on immigration reform.Christian Science Monitor
Jan 07 2022
Perspectives BlogFrom the Center
When Joe Biden used the occasion of the one-year anniversary of the January 6 Capitol riots to harshly criticize Donald Trump, the president’s condemnation of his predecessor reflected a growing belief – and growing anger – among Democrats that damaging Trump was essential for the preservation of democracy. Biden went after Trump in unusually personal terms, attacking theDan Schnur
Jun 19 2019
President Donald Trump’s fondness for the U.S. Supreme Court could be tested by a series of legal disputes targeting him personally – from his taxes and businesses to his 2016 election campaign – that ultimately may be decided by the justices.
Trump has viewed the court, whose 5-4 conservative majority includes two justices he appointed, as friendly territory, unlike certain lowerReuters
Apr 29 2015
Hillary Clinton will deliver a major speech on criminal justice reform Wednesday calling for fundamental changes to how the United States punishes its citizens and an end to a system that disproportionately targets black men.HuffPost
Jul 01 2012
A top Senate Democrat thinks Republicans will lose in the November elections if they campaign on repealing health care reform.HuffPost
Aug 18 2020
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — As the U.S. marks the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, many event organizers, mindful that the 19th Amendment originally benefited mostly white women, have been careful to present it as a commemoration, not a celebration.
The amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified on Aug. 18, 1920, but many women of color were prevented from casting ballots forAssociated Press
Dec 31 2012
A possible deal to avert the midnight deadline for the "fiscal cliff" of automatic tax increases and spending cuts began to take shape Monday, including an agreement to raise the income tax rate on top earners to what it was during President Bill Clinton's last term in office, according to sources close to the process. The potential deal also includes an increase in the estate tax and anCNN (Online News)
May 13 2015
The city's Recreation Advisory Commission has recommended projects to receive Cultural Arts and Recreation Enhancement tax program funds this year.
Recently, the Orem City Council and the CARE Tax Advisory Commission has heard presentations from 18 nonprofit organizations and the Recreation Advisory CommissiDeseret News
Aug 13 2020
Thirty years after the Supreme Court decision Gregg v. Georgia effectively reinstated capital punishment in the United States, the national debate of whether to abolish, reform, maintain, or expand use of the death penalty continues to divide justices and judges, legislators and citizens. Kansas v. Marsh, the recent, bitterly divided, 5-4 Supreme Court decision upholding Kansas’ death penaltyBrookings Institution