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Bill Richardson’s records of final months in office to be unsealed

Records from the final months of Bill Richardson’s administration will be unsealed following an opinion from Attorney General Gary King’s office. According to the opinion from King’s office, Richardson’s public records should be subject to requests from the Inspection of Public Records Act.
Jul 31, 2020

Bill Richardson’s records of final months in office to be unsealed

Bill Richardson’s records of final months in office to be unsealed

Records from the final months of Bill Richardson’s administration will be unsealed following an opinion from Attorney General Gary King’s office. According to the opinion from King’s office, Richardson’s public records should be subject to requests from the Inspection of Public Records Act.
Records from the final months of Bill Richardson’s administration will be unsealed following an opinion from Attorney General Gary King’s office. According to the opinion from King’s office, Richardson’s public records should be subject to requests from the Inspection of Public Records Act.
Jul 31, 2020

As 2010 Midterms Approach, Politicians Ask Whether Pork Really Brings Home the Bacon

As 2010 Midterms Approach, Politicians Ask Whether Pork Really Brings Home the Bacon

“‘I have the experience, the seniority, I’ve delivered for the state.’ There are nine out of ten elections in which that works. There’s one election in which it wont,” says G. Terry Madonna of Franklin and Marshall College.
“‘I have the experience, the seniority, I’ve delivered for the state.’ There are nine out of ten elections in which that works. There’s one election in which it wont,” says G. Terry Madonna of Franklin and Marshall College.
Jul 31, 2020

Nate Silver charts 2012 contenders, puts Pawlenty in the middle

Nate Silver charts 2012 contenders, puts Pawlenty in the middle

Nate Silver of the New York Times’ FiveThirtyEight graphed the potential 2012 presidential contenders based on their insider/outsider status and their position on a moderate-to-conservative scale. Not surprisingly, Rep. Michele Bachmann took the conservative extreme.
Nate Silver of the New York Times’ FiveThirtyEight graphed the potential 2012 presidential contenders based on their insider/outsider status and their position on a moderate-to-conservative scale. Not surprisingly, Rep. Michele Bachmann took the conservative extreme.
Jul 31, 2020
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