Rep. Tom Petri (R) introduced legislation to offer a federal tax credit to individuals who contribute to federal political campaigns such as his own.
Walsh Accuses Daines of Wanting to Outlaw Birth Control Pills at Montana Democratic Party Fundraiser
Speaking at Montana Democratic Party Fundraiser Saturday Night, U.S. Sen John Walsh (D-MT) attempted to bolster his pro-choice credentials by accusing his likely GOP opponent — U.S. Rep. Steve Daines — of wanting to ban birth control pills and of purveying a “cruel ideology.”
Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-97, Coral Springs) appears to be pursuing a new strategy to continue living outside the Florida House district he represents, even though the Florida legislature last week reaffirmed and clarified the Florida Constitution’s requirement that all legislators live within the districts they represent.
Around 200 protestors were waiting for Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter when he arrived at City Hall for his annual budget address to City Council last Thursday.
A Democratic Party of Wisconsin staffer, Beau Stafford, has a checkered past littered with numerous felony charges.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) Marketing Director Jim Short’s career came to an abrupt end last week with his retirement just days before publication of a State Ethics Commissioner report that will likely cast him in a negative light.
Efforts to repeal or modify “green” electricity mandates Ohio enacted in 2008 face fierce opposition from renewable energy lobbyists and environmentalist groups, who claim the state restrictions save Ohioans money.
After more than two years of wrangling over renewal of a three-year employment contract that expired June 30, 2012, the Saucon Valley School Board has lost faith in the teachers union’s ability to negotiate. Board member Bryan Eichfeld, a hardwood salesman and former Navy Reserve lieutenant commander, chalked the impasse up to the union’s “greed” […]
Rep. Brett Hulsey (D) intimidated and harassed a female staffer in 2013, but Democrats did nothing even though it may have violated Assembly policy.
Controversial Montana State Rep. Jerry O’Neil (R-Columbia Falls) is looking to serve in his 7th session of the Montana State Legislature. O’Neill formerly represented Columbia Falls in the State Senate from 2001-2009 before running for the House in 2010.