Bill SF0071, designed to shield certain industries from competition and kill technological advancement, is currently moving through the Wyoming state legislature.
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Every parent’s worse nightmare is watching their child suffer and being unable to help them.
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West Chester Township, Ohio, is now ground zero in the ongoing legal battle over local right-to-work laws, which labor unions are seeking to either block or overturn.
Republicans are struggling with how to replace the Affordable Care Act after they repeal it.
The end of the calendar year is often looked forward to by many working people as a time when holiday bonuses and cost of living adjustments make their paychecks a little bit […]
This past year was a year of protest in the U.S. There were civil disobedience protests during “Democracy Spring” on the steps of the Capitol Building to voice outrage at the big […]
Not only will there be several significant off-year political races in 2017, but they will have important implications for the midterm elections in 2018 and presidential election in 2020.
Every person who has ever met Thomas Jackson or seen his urban landscape and gardening work in his inner city Toledo, Ohio, neighborhood admires him.
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Now that many of us have had a chance to enjoy either the holidays or just a good year-end rest, it’s time to address the changes ahead for America as we begin […]
On December 19, North Carolina’s legislature met for a special session and passed a number of bills to limit the power of the governor.
Most states have set aside areas to preserve what the land used to be like before the coming of the Europeans. A place that’s as close to its original character as possible… […]
With fewer than 60 days left in the 2016 election, voters in California may find themselves spending longer at the polls than usual on November 8th, thanks, in large part, to a long […]
Wednesday, September 14, the House Committee on Science, Space, & Technology (CSST) held a hearing to affirm its legal involvement in several ongoing fraud investigations.
Democratic Caucus Chairman Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-Calif.) called on the Obama administration to allow every state in the nation to offer undocumented immigrants the ability to purchase health insurance plans available on […]