September 17, 2015

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Constitution Day
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Jefferson High School Marching Colonials performing at the National Archives Building on Constitution Day, 1974
Official name Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
Observed by United States
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August 11, 2015

Over at The Atlantic, Ronald Brownstein notes that the states with the fastest growing populations of under 20 year olds are the ones are the ones that tend to leave their children in worse shape, compared to the states Continue reading

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August 5, 2015
 

During his term as governor, Gilmore chaired the Congressional Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce.[12] The Commission was charged with the task of making recommendations to the United States Congress on Internet taxation. The Commission’s Report to Congress opposed Continue reading

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August 4, 2015

Last week, we told you about Senate Bill 1881, which would have prohibited federal funds from flowing to Planned Parenthood. Monday evening, Senate Democrats decided to filibuster a motion to open debate on the bill, and that motion ended up Continue reading

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August 1, 2015

July 30, 2015 marked the fiftieth anniversary of President Lyndon Johnson signing Medicare and Medicaid into law. They were the crowning achievements to LBJ’s Great Society programs designed to eliminate poverty, improve education, and ameliorate racial injustice. House Budget Committee Continue reading

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