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Analysis: Mexico City metro exposes “Achilles heel” of mayor’s presidential dreams

MEXICO CITY, Jan 23 (Reuters) – The second major accident in the Mexico City metro in as many years and a series of recent mishaps in the transport system have piled pressure on Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum, one of the favorites to become the country’s next president. The Jan. 7 train collision that killed one person […]

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City Council

Attorney Darren O’Connor addresses the Boulder City Council regarding the Police Oversight Panel Appointments | #citycouncil

Community Corner is local contributions from residents and experts in their fields. See Yellow Scene Magazine’s story released 1/29/2023: Boulder City Council to Vote on Police Oversight Committee Replacement, with Pro-Police Advocacy Groups Playing a Large Role Jan. 17, 2023 Dear Boulder City Council Members, Your vote to approve the potential Police Oversight Panel members […]

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Alabama

Shedd to serve as House Majority Whip | News | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

State Rep. Randall Shedd (R-Fairview) will serve as House Majority Whip during the 2022-2026 quadrennium and hold the third highest position in the Republican Caucus’ leadership structure. Whips, which are utilized by most caucuses and legislative bodies around the world, are tasked with conducting vote counts on major issues and legislation, helping manage floor debate, […]

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City Council

City council fails to override mayor’s veto of access ordinance | Local News | #citycouncil

ANDERSON — The Anderson City Council failed to override the veto of an ordinance that would have provided access to the city’s operational records. The council Thursday voted 5-4 to override the veto of the ordinance passed in December and later vetoed by Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr. Six votes are required to override a mayoral veto. […]

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Arkansas

Former White House press secretary Sanders takes oath to become first female governor of Arkansas

Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was sworn in as Arkansas governor Tuesday, becoming the first woman to hold the office in the state and portraying herself as part of a new generation of leaders. Sanders took the oath of office as the state’s 47th governor in the state House chamber before a […]

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City Council

Randolph new City Council president in Atlantic City | #citycouncil

Atlantic City International Airport made history Wednesday as the temperature there reached 70 degrees, breaking the record daily high. However, it’s how it was done that was even more impressive. Meteorologist Joe Martucci has more. ATLANTIC CITY — First Ward Councilman Aaron “Sporty” Randolph, in his 12th year on the governing body, was voted City […]

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City Council

City Council defied state Treasurer’s Office in rehiring Freeman | Local News | #citycouncil

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Glens Falls Mayor appoints new city court judge

GLENS FALLS, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The City of Glens Falls Common Council unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday night, approving the appointment of Jacquelyn P. White, Esq. to the position of Part-Time City Court Judge by Mayor Bill Collins. Judge White will serve for the 2023 calendar year. The position became vacant when current Part-Time City […]

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Alabama

How Did Alabama’s Congressional Delegation Vote on the $1.7T Omnibus to Avoid a Government Shutdown? | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WHNT) — Almost all of Alabama’s congressional delegation voted to reject a $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill to fund the federal government Friday. The final package passed on a 225-201-1 vote. According to The Hill, the bill includes an increase in defense spending, $40 billion in aid to Ukraine, reform for the Electoral […]

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Alabama

Will a Libertarian Candidate Win in Alabama in the Midterm Elections? | #elections | #alabama

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — Alabama Libertarians are hoping to claim victory in this year’s midterm elections, but with the strength of a two-party system… is that even possible? News 19 reached out to several Libertarian candidates in Alabama who cited obstacles like straight-ticket voting, ballot access laws, and ingrained political beliefs as difficulties any third-party […]

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