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In Ohio, Josh Mandel announced his candidacy to replace Rob Portman, the temperate conservative and meticulous legislator who is retiring in 2022.
WILL SENATE REPUBLICANS ALLOW THEIR LOUTS TO RULE THE PARTY?GEORGE WILLFEBRUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
FOP President Clyde Boatwright said his members are telling legislators to not let “the things that are happening nationally affect our policy.”
THE FIRST STATE TO PASS A LAW PROTECTING POLICE ACCUSED OF MISCONDUCT MAY ALSO BE THE FIRST TO REPEAL IT.OVETTA WIGGINSFEBRUARY 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Voters in Louisiana, Maryland and South Dakota approved sports-betting ballot measures in November, while legislators in Virginia and Washington state enacted bills earlier last year.
SPORTS GAMBLING COULD BE THE PANDEMIC’S BIGGEST WINNERJONATHAN D. COHENFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Ellsberg contacted multiple legislators, but none would play ball.
SEEING THE PENTAGON PAPERS IN A NEW LIGHTBY STEPHEN ENGELBERGFEBRUARY 3, 2021PROPUBLICA
While the antitrust case against Alcoa was initially dismissed, the government won its appeal in 1945, providing legislators with the power to bust the trust.
BREAKING UP BIG TECH CAN’T SAVE AMERICAN DEMOCRACY BY ITSELFJORDAN HOWELLJANUARY 31, 2021WASHINGTON POST
As a new report from the Brennan Center for Justice documents, so far in 2021, “legislators have introduced three times the number of bills to restrict voting access as compared to this time last year.”
REPUBLICANS HAVE A STRATEGY TO TAKE BACK POWER. HERE’S WHY IT COULD FAIL.PAUL WALDMANJANUARY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Barrera told state legislators last week the district has made all its reopening plans in partnership with the district’s unions – and it is likely any contemplated employee mandate would be bargained first.
SCHOOLS WANT COVID-19 VACCINES, BUT NOT NECESSARILY MANDATESASHLY MCGLONEJANUARY 27, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Like the New Dealers before them, these legislators recognized that expanding educational opportunities was vital for an individual’s chance to succeed and the entire nation’s prosperity.
EVEN FORGIVING STUDENT LOANS WON’T SOLVE THE HIGHER EDUCATION FUNDING CRISISELIZABETH SHERMERJANUARY 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It’s all about their names — and virtually all about the sounds of those names, not the actual politics or personalities of the legislators.
STYLE CONVERSATIONAL WEEK 1419: A SMILE FOR THE CAPITOL?PAT MYERSJANUARY 14, 2021WASHINGTON POST
If so, he said, legislators who have comorbidities will be given priority.
MARYLAND LAWMAKERS RETURN TO ANNAPOLIS FOR START OF UNUSUAL 90-DAY SESSIONOVETTA WIGGINS, ERIN COXJANUARY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST

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