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noun as in capitol

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As the Register first reported this week, Wessel-Kroeschell told members of her party that she wanted to challenge Grassley’s remarks by sporting jeans inside the statehouse, defying an established rule on formal attire.

As 2020 progressed, it stretched to Congress, Silicon Valley and the nation’s statehouses.

From Time

Cynics might note that a constitutional rule that empowers state legislatures over other institutions is on balance likely to benefit Republicans, given that they enjoy an advantage in control of statehouses.

Instead, it’s the Republicans that will do just that after Democrats seem poised to miss nearly all their statehouse targets.

From Fortune

Good, an environmental lawyer, championed environmental research and regulation during her time in the statehouse, and she’ll likely keep doing it in Congress.

The GOP also enhanced its hold on the statehouse, which the party took over two years ago.

And in a couple of months, they could all have Republicans in their statehouse.

For generations of journalists, covering the statehouse has been a prestigious beat.

It will get statehouse representatives and state senators writing in and saying what good corporate citizens these companies are.

“It is a little more exciting,” said Joe DiVincenzo, the Essex County Executive in the lobby of the statehouse, prior to speech.

The man who first spoke publicly against these search warrants, in the old statehouse in Boston, was James Otis.

It hath two handsome Churches in it, a handsome market place, and in the midest of it a Statehouse.

Such buildings were to take the place of private dwellings and ordinaries in the same way as did the statehouse at Jamestown.

He noticed the excitement his advent had created, and walked quickly up the street to the statehouse.

After watching the boat until it returned to the vessel, the old man went toward the statehouse.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to statehouse, such as: center, dome, capitol hill, legislative hall, political scene, and seat of government.

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