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The governor has signed a bill to ban bump stocks and another to implement a "red flag" law.
Some states are requiring parents of teens to take a class before their children can get a driver’s license, a move applauded
While it's good to see Big Oil pull the plug on a bad idea, citizens must put pressure on their elected officials to make sure fossil fuels stay in the ground. That's what the residents of Prince George's County in Maryland did this month, convincing the County Council to pass a resolution banning fracking. The vote was unanimous.
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Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo is focusing on long-term projects that would help most people in the state, rather than "government by deal'' wherein powerful groups seek taxpayer help for their special projects.
Unsurprisingly, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo is getting pushback from interest groups against her goal of "reinventing Medicaid'' - the federal-state program for the poor. The Ocean State's Medicaid costs are America's second-highest per enrollee (Alaska is first) and 60 percent higher than the national average.
Young people, many fleeing New York's frigid winters, sweltering summers and astronomical rents are pouring into Los Angeles these days, drawn by the Mediterranean climate, cheaper and more spacious housing and a very contemporary species of decentralized creativity.
Do we go with baseball-stadium scams or jobs? Let's watch what's happening in Rhode Island. There, Gov. Gina Raimondo is right to focus a lot on job training. You repeatedly hear from business executives that there aren't enough people in the state with adequate literacy and numeracy.
Despite the late outside money blitz, Lieu won the election in a strong Democratic district by a wide margin. To boost Upton
Women were major players in Senate races from New Hampshire to Georgia to Iowa and Kentucky. They were key contenders for governor's seats in at least nine states. They brought their unique perspectives to the political and policy debates from state legislatures to the U.S. Senate.
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In the Senate, women got a boost with the election of two Republicans. Joni Ernst, an Iraq War veteran, easily defeated Democratic
Raimondo became a target of labor activists in the Democratic primary over her role reforming the state's pension system
Fung became the mayor of Cranston in 2008. He previously served on the city's council and as a prosecutor in the Rhode Island
Fung became the mayor of Cranston in 2008. He previously served on the city's council and as a prosecutor in the Rhode Island
House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello, a conservative Democrat, backed the payment of the 38 Studios bonds. (Reporting by Hilary
Fung, for his part, has had to explain his involvement in a car crash 25 years ago, when he was 18, that resulted in a man's
"One of the reasons I'm so excited about my husband Clay Pell's candidacy is because Clay is committed to a women's equality
The glass cliff is defined as companies tapping women leaders in times of crisis, when the odds are stacked against anyone's success. Marissa Mayer taking the reins at Yahoo is the most recent and high-profile example. The experience isn't specific to women in business, however.