Reviving earmarks the right way: Some advice for Congress

By Zachary Courser & Kevin R. Kosar The Democratic leadership in Congress is currently making fast moves toward reimplementing earmarks after a 10-year moratorium. This is a very positive development to re-empower legislators to direct ....

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Legislators feel caught in a primaries trap

What is next for Donald Trump? There are reports that the former president is intending to play a role in the 2022 election. One report says his hit list includes Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), Gov. ....

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Marjorie Taylor Greene doesn’t belong on the House Education Committee

Earlier this week, House Republican leadership announced they were selecting newly elected Georgia representative Marjorie Taylor Greene to serve on the House Education and Labor Committee. It’s a terrible decision that deserves to be reversed. ....

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Almost-Speaker McCarthy

Four years ago, many commentators lamented that Hillary Clinton fell short of winning the Electoral College by less than 80,000 votes. “You Could Fit All the Voters Who Cost Clinton the Election in a Mid-Sized ....

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Alabama Policy Institute Unveils RESTORE Alabama Plan, Asks Governor to Call a Special Legislative Session to Address Key COVID-19 Related Issues

Today the Alabama Policy Institute (API) released to the public and submitted to Governor Ivey and to the Governor’s Special Task Force the “RESTORE Alabama Plan.” The plan, Responsible Efficient Solutions to Open and Revive ....

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Legislative Session Preview with Rep. Mike Ball

We have reached out to every State House of Representative member and asked them questions about the upcoming legislative session that starts next month. As we receive their responses we will get them up so ....

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