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State Revenue Is 'Virtually Flat.' Local Government Revenue Is Up Slightly. Congress Wants To Give Them $350 Billion Anyway.

Congress is inching closer to passing a $1.9 trillion COVID bill. If it becomes law, it will shower billions of dollars on local and state governments whose revenues have been minimally affected by the pandemic.

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Michigan’s Nessel joins other state attorneys general to push age, background check requirements for semiautomatic rifles

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has joined a coalition of 15 other state attorneys general in support of a Washington state initiative to enact greater regulations on so-called assault rifles.

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15 Insane Things In Democrats’ H.R. 1 Bill To Corrupt Elections Forever

Here are just some of the unconstitutional, absurd, nakedly partisan, and crime-indulging provisions in this bill that 220 House Democrats voted for.

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PRO Act will remove your freedom to be your own boss

The Democratic Party-controlled House of Representatives is about to vote on the "PRO Act."

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Global Freedom Is Losing Ground

Not that it's surprising after a year of lockdowns, travel restrictions, and emergency powers, but the world is becoming less free.

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Democrat Governor ‘Dramatically Rolls Back’ Coronavirus Restrictions After Biden Attacked Republicans For Similar Moves

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont announced on Thursday that his state would soon be making significant reductions to restrictions that the state implemented in an attempt to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

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CNN intern tries to 'fact-check' Dr. Rand Paul and transgender surgery

Someone should really explain to CNN that a rebuttal is not the same thing as a "fact check."

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Democrats push $36B subsidy for Obamacare in monster spending bill

The Democratic $1.9 trillion spending bill would dedicate tens of billions in temporary subsidies for Obamacare plans, a measure meant to address a long-running complaint about the program: that coverage is unaffordable for many in the middle class.

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SURPRISE: America’s Most Corrupt Cities are Overwhelmingly Democratic

According to a report by the University of Illinois-Chicago’s Department of Political Science, “Chicago is the most corrupt federal judicial district in the nation” due to how it has the most “total number of public corruption convictions.”

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Republicans Ramp Up Opposition To Biden’s ‘Radical’ HHS Pick Xavier Becerra After Tie Confirmation Vote

President Joe Biden’s pick for Health and Human Services secretary, Xavier Becerra, received no votes from Republicans on the Senate Finance Committee on Wednesday morning, resulting in a tie that could toss the confirmation decision to Democratic Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and the rest of the upper chamber.

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Michigan Senate ties $4 billion COVID-19 relief bill to Whitmer surrendering pandemic power

The Michigan Senate on Tuesday afternoon approved more than $4 billion in COVID-19 recovery spending, some of which is contingent on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer relinquishing pandemic powers she’s held for nearly a year.

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Democrats Introduce ‘The Background Check Expansion Act’ Gun Control Bill

Congressional Democrats reintroduced legislation Tuesday to expand federal background checks on all gun sales.

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‘Personal Bailout For Bureaucrats’: Democrat Stimulus Pays Big Bucks To Federal Employees

A provision buried in the COVID-19 relief bill has been criticized as “a personal bailout for bureaucrats” for carving out enhanced paid time off for federal employees, a boost not offered to non-federal employees.

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Lingering 2020 bitterness inflames debate as Democrats push massive election reform bill

Lingering bitterness over the 2020 election is making debate over Democrats' massive H.R. 1 election overhaul bill particularly heated as they push forward the "For the People Act," with a House vote on the legislation expected this week.

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Michigan Gov. Whitmer's ex-MDHHS director got $155,500-taxpayer-funded payout to leave quietly

(The Center Square) – When state health director Robert Gordon abruptly resigned in January, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer didn’t mention his $155,506-taxpayer-funded payout.