Tuesday, April 20, 2021

David M. Shribman: Political stews are simmering in Florida

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Inside Texas Politics: State budget negotiations could slow progress of HB 6

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Speaker Dade Phelan said the Texas House will start working on the budget next week, which will impact when they consider other bills including House Bill 6. ...

Andrew Cuomo, Matt Gaetz, and the New “Never Resign” School of Politics

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Shortly after 2:30 P.M. on February 9, 2011, the now defunct Web site Gawker published an article about Christopher Lee, a Republican congressman from western New York State....

‘OPB Politics Now:’ A deal on redistricting at the Oregon Legislature

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OPB Politics NowYour browser does not support the audio element.On the new episode of OPB Politics Now, reporters Lauren Dake and Dirk VanderHart examine the deal state legislators...

With politics, never assume

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We were wrong. We just assumed that based on history (Obama DOL fiduciary rule yanked by the Trump administration), that this was going to happen. Source link

Infrastructure: The political road ahead

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After this, will we still view infrastructure as the ideal bipartisan issue? Infrastructure: The political road ahead. Source link

How politically sustainable is Biden’s progressive policy agenda? – Orange County Register

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President Joe Biden’s policy agenda has been unmistakably progressive. But is it sustainable? The president, who ran for office as a uniting figure, has come to disregard bipartisanship...
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