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Texas lawmakers define next evolutions in voting rights

Texas lawmakers planned to split into groups to chat with Democratic senators. Meetings were scheduled for Tuesday with Chuck Schumer, the majority leader; Cory Booker from New Jersey; Kirsten Gillibrand from New York; and Alex Padilla from California. They had yet to secure an audience with Senator Kyrsten Sinema of …

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The culture war is a left offensive

The word is now radicalized. So many people feel pushed to the limit and push back. Go to social media sites and search for “school board meeting” adding descriptors such as “explosive”, “outrage” and “chaos”. The parents get up. New York Democrats just picked a former anti-crime cop as their …

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Don’t ban “politics” at work

With growing political polarization and companies measuring the risks of internal employee political activism, some are choosing to ban political speech at work altogether. The authors, experts in speaking out at work, explain the pitfalls of this approach and instead suggest asking a different question: How to support employees and …

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Trump Organization: Prosecutors Alle 15-Year Tax Scheme As CFO Allen Weisselberg Pleads Not Guilty

They were charged with fraud, conspiracy, criminal tax evasion and falsification of business records. Weisselberg was also charged with robbery and offering a bogus grading tool. Prosecutors said Thursday their investigation was ongoing. The investigation investigated whether the Trump Organization misled lenders, insurers and tax authorities about the value of …

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Partisan politics injects errors into the discrimination debate

Wichita Town Hall Wichita eagle The Sedgwick County Republican and Democratic parties have joined the debate on a proposed ordinance to ban discrimination within Wichita city limits, but both parties have provided inaccurate information to their constituents. The Republican missive, a party email and fundraising appeal opposing the ordinance, confuses …

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Clean energy is not party policy

Anyone who wants to say that clean energy is a Democrats problem or a partisan problem is wrong. Fundamentally, clean energy is about harnessing indigenous renewable resources to produce real benefits for consumers – more affordable electricity, more choice, cleaner air, and reduced greenhouse gas emissions to name. only a …

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Hamas leader meets with party leaders visiting Morocco

RABAT, June 17 (Reuters) – Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh will meet Morocco’s main opposition party on Thursday as part of a visit aimed at boosting support for the Palestinian cause despite the country’s recent diplomatic deal with Israel. Haniyeh arrived in Morocco on Wednesday and met with the Islamist PJD, …

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Parties can escape sanctions against fake pollsters

Political parties are likely to escape punishment for posing as bogus pollsters because the state’s ethics watchdog says it lacks the power to investigate Controversy. The Public Service Standards Commission (Sipo) said it could not comment directly on parties asking their members to misrepresent themselves as researchers. Almost a week …

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The polls, a deeply troubling episode for the holidays

There is something distinctly troubling about the fact that political parties admit to deceiving voters on their doorsteps and shrug their shoulders, saying that “everyone was there.” Asking the electorate to trust politicians to run the country, when parties cannot be trusted to tell households the truth, illustrates why leaders …

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In Nagaland, anti-corruption group forms political party

Against Corruption and Unabated Taxation was formed in 2013 to protest “multiple impositions” by extremist groups Members of a group that had opposed the “multiple taxes” of extremist groups such as the Nagaland National Socialist Council (NSCN) factions formed a political party. The Rising People’s Party (RPP) was registered with …

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Jane Timken, women vying for seats in Congress

Jane Timken knows how to break a glass ceiling. The U.S. Senate candidate became the first woman to lead the Ohio Republican Party, gain political importance with the support of former President Donald Trump. She spent years working behind the scenes for Stark County State and GOP before launching her …

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Interview with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky

“I ALWAYS NOT feel comfortable here, ”said Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine, as he quickly entered a lavish presidential meeting room. A former successful comedian TV series “Servant of the People”, which tells the story of a humble schoolteacher who became president by accident, he is still, it seems, more …

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How K Street sees the infrastructure talks

With Daniel Lippman PROGRAMMING NOTE: POLITICO Influence will not publish on Monday May 31. We will resume our normal schedule on Tuesday June 1st. HOW K STREET SEES INFRASTRUCTURE SPEAKS: Where do infrastructure negotiations take place between President Joe Biden and Senate Republicans are the head of the household? “In …

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A new study from MIT Sloan shows that a decrease in local media coverage can lead people to vote for the same political party in national and local elections.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – When consuming less local news, voters are more likely to consistently vote for a single party – primarily using national news to inform local voting decisions, according to a new research paper of MIT Sloan School of Management. Written by Charles …

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Six appear in court to face SFO charges

Six people indicted by the Serious Fraud Office over allegations of illegal donation by the Labor Party have had their first day in court. The defendants were summoned this morning before Judge Brooke Gibson and before a press gallery full of reporters at Auckland District Court. “This is not a …

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How Executives Can Outsmart Partisan Bullies

Business leaders, as well as leaders of nonprofits, schools and even churches look at the barrel of a loaded gun. The weapon is held by partisan activists on both sides who are trying to convince leaders and their stakeholders, whose views are pervasive, to choose sides, for us or against …

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Maori Party’s Rawiri Waititi kicked out of House for protesting National’s ‘racist propaganda’ in Parliament with haka

Maori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi was kicked out of the House after protesting the National Party’s rhetoric on racial issues with a haka. The National Party has launched in the past two weeks an attack on the Labor government for a so-called “separatist agenda,” targeting the government’s Maori Health Authority …

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Explained: what next for KP Oli and Nepal

On Monday, Nepalese Prime Minister KP Oli lost a vote of confidence in parliament, leaving the country’s politics in limbo. Oli, chairman of the Unified Nepalese-Marxist-Leninist Communist Party, came to power for the second time in 2018, in the first parliamentary polls under the new constitution promulgated in September 2015. …

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