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A survey commissioned by a Boise-based institute has found that a sizable minority of Mountain West residents think violence is justified when the government fails its people.
The most recent of those contracts — one of at least five totaling more than $69 million — was signed a few months after the company made a $20,000 donation to the Nebraska Republican Party.
(The Center Square) – It’s been just over a year since four people were indicted in the ComEd bribery scheme to influence former Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan, but the matter is far from over and lawmakers have since passed limited reforms to curb corruption at the statehouse.
(The Center Square) – Georgia's proposed congressional district legislative map has caused one Democrat U.S. representative to switch districts.
A petition drive is underway that would replace the State Board of Education, education commissioner and Nebraska Department of Education with a new Office of Education accountable to the governor.
Bud Jermeland, with other Hancock County residents, presented a signed Second Amendment sanctuary petition to county supervisors on Nov. 22. It has catapulted a trend of Iowa counties voicing support of gun rights back into the local spotlight.
(The Center Square) – Legislation authored by Senate Appropriations Committee Chair Pat Browne, R-Lehigh, to bring transparency and efficiency to Pennsylvania’s campaign finance reporting system was approved by the state Senate.
(The Center Square) – The Illinois Association of School Boards is part of a growing number of state school board groups cutting ties with a national organization that likened parents protesting at meetings to domestic terrorists.
On Nov. 12, 2021, the Idaho Independent Redistricting Commission formally submitted its final congressional and state legislative maps to the secretary of state, enacting new maps for the state’s two U.S. House districts and 35 legislative districts.