House Republicans Question Whether White House Interfered In 2020 Census Data

After The U.S. Census Results Last Week Did Not Come Out As Many Experts Predicted, A Handful Of Republicans Are Questioning Whether Foul Play Was Involved.

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8 States Have Enacted Laws Limiting Governors’ Emergency Powers Since Pandemic Onset

Since March 2020, 10 Bills In Eight States Have Been Signed Into Law That Are Aimed At Increasing Legislative Oversight Of Governors’ Emergency Powers.

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Democratic Groups Promote Biden Relief Package To Bolster 2022 Chances

After Biden Signed His $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill Into Law On March 11, A Host Of Left-leaning Groups Launched Ad Campaigns Promoting His Legislative Efforts In Hopes Of Locking In A Sweeping Victory For Democrats In 2022.

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Blue States Scramble To Loosen Restrictions After Red States’ Success

State Re-openings Around The Country Appear To Be Pressuring States – Particularly Northern States With Democratic Governors, To Soften Their Stances On Mitigations. Now, With Vaccines Promised To The Nation By May 1, Governors Who Had Dug In Are Relenting On Mitigations. Some More Slowly Than Others.

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‘Comprehensive’ Methane Rule In Sight Under Biden Administration

Environmental Experts State That Momentum Behind The Biden Administration Brings The Promise Of A Comprehensive Methane Rule In Sight – A Move That Would Have Significant Impact On Pennsylvania, One Of the Top Natural Gas-Producing States.

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Senate Retirements Leave Seats Open In Three Swing States

Republican Senators In Three Swing States Recently Announced Their Retirements, Opening The Floodgates For A Slew Of Candidates Vying For The Highly-Coveted Spots In 2022.

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Majority of U.S. Cities Were Unprepared For Financial Fallout From Statewide Shutdowns

The Majority Of U.S. Cities Were Ill-Prepared For Any Financial Crisis Last Year, Let Alone The One Brought About By Their Respective State Shutdowns In Response To The COVID-19 Pandemic, A New Report By The Nonprofit Truth In Accounting Concludes.

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Impact Of Corporate PAC Promises May Be Limited

Some Of The Nation’s Most Powerful Corporations Are Cutting Off Their PAC Donations To The 147 Republicans Who Objected To The Electoral College Results. The Movement Represents A Symbolic Break Between Corporate America And GOP Lawmakers But The Actual Impact Of These Company’s Pledges May Be Limited.

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Why Ex-Offenders Deserve Fresh Start In 2021

Communities need contributions from everyone, including people with criminal records. Pushing returning citizens onto the sidelines creates a hole in the economy, while robbing willing workers of the dignity that comes with honest employment. The new year represents an opportunity to learn from the past and move forward. People with criminal records deserve the same opportunity. They did the crime, and they did the time. Now they need a chance at redemption.

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