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Jon Huntsman meets with potential donors in St. Petersburg

In what many believe to be an early presidential campaign stop, former ambassador to China Jon Hunstman Jr. met with potential donors on Tuesday in St
Jul 31, 2020

Jon Huntsman meets with potential donors in St. Petersburg

Jon Huntsman meets with potential donors in St. Petersburg

In what many believe to be an early presidential campaign stop, former ambassador to China Jon Hunstman Jr. met with potential donors on Tuesday in St
In what many believe to be an early presidential campaign stop, former ambassador to China Jon Hunstman Jr. met with potential donors on Tuesday in St
Jul 31, 2020

Clinton Challenges Israel to Do What Seems ‘Too Hard’ for Peace

Clinton Challenges Israel to Do What Seems ‘Too Hard’ for Peace

In closing her remarks to America’s largest pro-Israel lobby, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton referenced the arduous struggles of Israel’s founding
In closing her remarks to America’s largest pro-Israel lobby, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton referenced the arduous struggles of Israel’s founding
Jul 31, 2020

Colorado Rep. DeGette fights GOP ‘big government’ anti-abortion gambit

Colorado Rep. DeGette fights GOP ‘big government’ anti-abortion gambit

In a new chapter of the often topsy-turvy story of the Tea Party era, Colorado Democratic US Rep Diana DeGette this week finds herself championing local government rights against Republican efforts to expand federal power. DeGette on Wednesday urged House and Senate appropriations committees staffers to reject legislative stipulations that aim to prohibit the District of Columbia government from using local tax dollars to pay for abortions as part of its employee insurance policies. “Not only would this proposed language undermine the self-governing rights of the people of the District of Columbia, it would deny low-income women access to basic, constitutionally protected, medical services,” DeGette, co-chair of the Pro-Choice Caucus, said in a release.
In a new chapter of the often topsy-turvy story of the Tea Party era, Colorado Democratic US Rep Diana DeGette this week finds herself championing local government rights against Republican efforts to expand federal power. DeGette on Wednesday urged House and Senate appropriations committees staffers to reject legislative stipulations that aim to prohibit the District of Columbia government from using local tax dollars to pay for abortions as part of its employee insurance policies. “Not only would this proposed language undermine the self-governing rights of the people of the District of Columbia, it would deny low-income women access to basic, constitutionally protected, medical services,” DeGette, co-chair of the Pro-Choice Caucus, said in a release.
Jul 31, 2020
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