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Day: October 21, 2022

Alabama

What voting changes are on the midterm ballot? | #elections | #alabama

Besides picking their elected representatives, voters across the country are deciding ballot measures that could reshape the ways they cast ballots in coming elections, or even how things get on the ballot. About half of states allow citizen initiatives. That’s when groups can bypass a legislature by collecting a certain number of signatures of registered […]

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Arkansas

Governor Asa Hutchinson’s Public Schedule: October 23 – October 29 : Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson

Press Releases « Go Back For Immediate Release 10.21.2022 Governor Asa Hutchinson’s Public Schedule: October 23 – October 29 LITTLE ROCK – The following is a list of public appearances by Governor Asa Hutchinson from Sunday, October 23, 2022, through Saturday, October 29, 2022:  Tuesday, October 25, 2022 LITTLE ROCKNational Rural Electric Cooperatives AssociationRegional Meeting9 a.m.Statehouse […]

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California

Governor Newsom Announces Appointments 10.21.22

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: Mona Badie, 43, of Gold River, has been appointed Public Advisor at the California Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission (California Energy Commission). Badie has been Advisor to Commissioner Monahan at the California Energy Commission since 2021, where she was an Advisor to Vice Chair Scott […]

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City Council

Clarksburg City Council approves Youth Sports Committee | #citycouncil

CLARKSBURG, W.Va (WDTV) – At Thursday night’s Clarksburg City Council meeting, a new youth sports committee was voted upon and approved. The purpose of the committee is to improve the city’s engagement with youth sports. The committee will be picked by the city council and will consist of members of the community involved in youth […]

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California

Opinion | California pork regulations could cost consumers across the country

Comment on this story Comment California’s population is 39 million. If it were a country, it would boast the world’s fifth-largest economy. So when it decides to regulate an industry within its borders, its rules can reshape the way businesses operate across the nation — as its fuel efficiency standards have done with automakers. The […]

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Mayor

Methuen mayor says 216 people placed in hotel without support

After 55 homeless families were unexpectedly moved to a hotel in his community, a Massachusetts mayor is publicly critiquing the state agency responsible for their placement. Methuen Mayor Neil Perry said he became aware that 86 adults and 130 children were placed in the Days Inn on Pelham Street by the Department of Housing and […]

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Alabama

From open to closed: Why Alabama Republicans are pushing to change primary elections | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

This story first appeared in the Lede, a digital news publication delivered to our subscribers every morning. Go here to subscribe. Five years ago, Alabama native Frank Campus stood up before the Florida Constitutional Revision Commission and spoke out in support of the Sunshine State moving from “closed” to “open” primary elections. “When I was in Alabama, […]

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Alabama

What voting changes are on the midterm ballot? – WKRG News 5 | #elections | #alabama

Besides picking their elected representatives, voters across the country are deciding ballot measures that could reshape the ways they cast ballots in coming elections, or even how things get on the ballot. About half of states allow citizen initiatives. That’s when groups can bypass a legislature by collecting a certain number of signatures of registered […]

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Arkansas

Governor Hutchinson’s Weekly Address Arkansas’s Historic Economic Growth : Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson

For Immediate Release 10.21.2022 Governor Hutchinson’s Weekly Address Arkansas’s Historic Economic Growth Governor Hutchinson’s weekly radio address can be found in MP3 format and downloaded HERE. LITTLE ROCK – Today I would like to talk about a priority I’ve had since taking office in 2015. Job creation is critical to our economic growth and our future as a state. When I was elected, […]

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California

California, Texas, and the Future of Capitalism

To the Editor:Regarding your cover story about California’s progressive agenda, I am glad that there are competing versions of capitalism being advanced in different, major states like California and Texas (“Will California Lead the Country or Just Alienate Business?” Oct. 14). Let the marketplace of ideas or, in this case, business models compete and win […]

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