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Perhaps Mr. Vestal should have looked at the billboard itself before writing his piece, since it prominently contains the words “Paid for by Fight for the Future.”
But if history serves as a lesson, you might have to move.
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Donald Trump taps Exxon Mobil CEO for Secretary of State; Potential Interior Department chief wants
The Washington state Republican would oversee decisions about energy development and public lands.
We cannot limit compassion to only our own faith groups and people who share our worldviews. We must accept that what makes us American is not the color of our skin or creed we hold, but our commitment to each other.
Now that Rep. Kevin McCarthy has bowed out of the race to replace House Speaker John Boehner, there's only one logical choice to replace him: Washington Congresswoman Catherine McMorris Rodgers.
Cathy McMorris Rodgers booed at Washington Ideas Forum
Republican leader insists investigation isn't about Hillary Clinton.
The passing of the Steve Gleason Act by Congress last week signals a major win for those living with ALS and touched me on a profoundly personal note as I recall the struggle my family faced in helping my uncle with the progressive, neurodegenerative disease find quality and affordable care.
"So recently we’ve begun to think about a new project to create an open-source solution for constituent communications that
Watch the video above. Interacting with Congress has more in common with going to the DMV than opening an Uber app. Rep. Cathy
Interacting with Congress has more in common with going to the DMV than opening an Uber app. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wa.) thinks that's a problem. The chair of the House Republican Conference told the 2015 Personal Democracy Forum in New York City on Friday that the Congress of the future will embrace technology the same way the private sector has over the past decade.
Michael McAuliff covers Congress and politics for The Huffington Post. Talk to him on Facebook. He added that his sons cheerfully
When asked whether the respondent hoped there would be a female president, only 16 percent of GOP men and 20 percent of Republican women said yes. Could it be because of Sarah Palin?