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House Bill 4980, Expand clearing criminal records (expungements): Passed 95 to 13 in the House

House Bill 4412, Ban sale of dextromethorphan to minors: Passed 37 to 0 in the Senate

Like many people, I was fed up with paying a monthly cable bill for 200 channels that I will…

Senate Bill 174, Revise livestock regulations, postpone hen cage size mandate: Passed 21 to …

Our health care system is literally killing people, and the numbers demonstrate just how desperately we need to work to secure a universal health care system in 2020.

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Why should we care today about a general strike in the faraway city of Winnipeg on the remote Canadian plains exactly a century ago? Why should the fact that it lasted six weeks and involved 36,000 strikers — or even that it produced at least four novels — interrupt our preoccupations with A…

Editor’s note: Wednesday was the first day of public hearings in the House impeachment inquiry. Two career diplomats — William B. Taylor Jr., acting ambassador to Ukraine, and George Kent, deputy assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs — gave testimony to the House Int…

As long as we’re using Latin legal jargon to explain Donald Trump’s odd adventures in Ukraine, there’s an even better phrase than quid pro quo. It’s cui bono, which translates roughly as “who benefits?”