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Virginia Attorney General: Obama Birth in Kenya ‘Doesn’t Seem Beyond the Realm of Possibility’

One reason that attacks on his master thesis didn’t really damage Gov. Bob McDonnell’s (R-Va.) 2009 campaign was that his record as state attorney general was
Jul 31, 2020

Virginia Attorney General: Obama Birth in Kenya ‘Doesn’t Seem Beyond the Realm of Possibility’

Virginia Attorney General: Obama Birth in Kenya ‘Doesn’t Seem Beyond the Realm of Possibility’

One reason that attacks on his master thesis didn’t really damage Gov. Bob McDonnell’s (R-Va.) 2009 campaign was that his record as state attorney general was
One reason that attacks on his master thesis didn’t really damage Gov. Bob McDonnell’s (R-Va.) 2009 campaign was that his record as state attorney general was
Jul 31, 2020

Anti-abortion groups to continue protesting outside Carhart’s clinic, demanding stricter abortion clinic regs

Anti-abortion groups to continue protesting outside Carhart’s clinic, demanding stricter abortion clinic regs

The end is near for the first week Summer of Mercy 2.0, the anti-abortion rights protest targeting Dr. LeRoy Carhart’s abortion clinic in Germantown, Md.,
The end is near for the first week Summer of Mercy 2.0, the anti-abortion rights protest targeting Dr. LeRoy Carhart’s abortion clinic in Germantown, Md.,
Jul 31, 2020

Denver sick leave measure overwhelmingly voted down by residents

Denver sick leave measure overwhelmingly voted down by residents

Denver’s Initiative 300 , which would have required all businesses in Denver to provide paid sick leave to employees lost big tonight, with a margin approaching 2-1. Early polls showed the sick leave measure winning, but Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and a majority of the Denver City Council urged no votes and opponents raised nearly twice the money supporters raised during a campaign that quickly became ugly. From a press release issued by opponents to the measure, Keep Denver Competitive: Thanks to the leadership of Mayor Michael Hancock, a majority of city council members, the state’s leading business and employer organizations and hundreds of small, family-owned businesses, voters understood Initiative 300 was flawed and would have hurt Denver’s smallest businesses the most.
Denver’s Initiative 300 , which would have required all businesses in Denver to provide paid sick leave to employees lost big tonight, with a margin approaching 2-1. Early polls showed the sick leave measure winning, but Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and a majority of the Denver City Council urged no votes and opponents raised nearly twice the money supporters raised during a campaign that quickly became ugly. From a press release issued by opponents to the measure, Keep Denver Competitive: Thanks to the leadership of Mayor Michael Hancock, a majority of city council members, the state’s leading business and employer organizations and hundreds of small, family-owned businesses, voters understood Initiative 300 was flawed and would have hurt Denver’s smallest businesses the most.
Jul 31, 2020
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