Donald Trump’s “make America great again” theme implies a question: Are you better off than you were 50 years ago? The answer is interesting, and it tells us something significant about contemporary politics.
The Senate passed a compromise bill last week to spend $1.1 billion in the fight against Zika. Sens. Pat Roberts and Jerry Moran opposed the spending. But both have supported added spending for agriculture in the past.
The KC Regional Transit Alliance is on the verge of launching a push for a Plaza-UMKC extension, multiple sources say. The group wants to catch the current wave of excitement for the streetcar starter line.
If you are a Democrat who has been relishing the prospect of a Clinton-Trump contest, sit up and pay attention. A new poll suggests that Trump is intensely competitive in Ohio, Florida and Pennsylvania.
The letter, from the Save Kansas Coalition, asks for donations to “educate” voters before the August primary and November general election. It was signed by Democrats Kathleen Sebelius and John Carlin and Republicans Mike Hayden and Bill Graves.
In this promotional video produced by California Assembly Republicans on May 16, 2016, lawmakers advocate for Assembly Bill 797, which would allow people to break dogs out of hot cars. From left, they are Assembly members Kristin Olsen of Riverbank, Ling Ling Chang of Diamond Bar and Marc Steinorth of Rancho Cucamonga.
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