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Trump’s Border Wall Fight Could Weigh Down Omnibus Spending Bill

As lawmakers work to send President Donald Trump seven spending bills by the end of next week in order to avoid a partial government shutdown, some negotiators are concerned an attempt to combine them all in one package may fail. Top congressional leaders have yet to spell out how they plan to organize the appropriations bills in votes on the House and Senate floors. Some appropriators say a large, seven-bill […]

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Post-Election Roundup: Mid-Atlantic

In our latest series, we will take you around the country, region by region, to survey the post-election landscape at the state level. With gridlock coming to Washington, decision-makers will be looking to the states for solutions to their business and public policy challenges. In today’s edition, we take a look at the Mid-Atlantic States. Delaware Governor: No Election – Incumbent John Carney (D) US Congressional Delegation: No Change – […]

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Post-Election Roundup: New England

In our latest series, we will take you around the country, region by region, to survey the post-election landscape at the state level. With gridlock coming to Washington, decision-makers will be looking to the states for solutions to their business and public policy challenges. In today’s first edition, we take a look at New England. Connecticut Governor: Democratic Hold- Ned Lamont (D) US Congressional Delegation: No Change – 5 D […]

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US Southwest Report – November 2018

ARIZONA Arizona’s First Female Senator Democratic Representative Krysten Sinema pulled out to a 1.5%, 32,169-vote lead over Republican Martha McSally in the Arizona Senate race. Senator-elect Sinema replaces retiring Republican Senator Jeff Flake and is the first woman to represent Arizona in the Senate. Doug Ducey Re-elected Governor By a margin of 57% to 41%, Republican Doug Ducey has been re-elected as the Governor of Arizona over his Democratic challenger David […]

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