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  • Minnesota Is a House Divided on Trump

    Republicans might take the Democratic stronghold of Duluth, while ceding the Twin Cities suburbs.

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  • New York Can Earn the Money to Pay for Better Subways

    Public agencies are sitting on enormous real-estate assets—a gold mine if managed professionally.

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  • Do You Have a License for That Bouquet?

    Louisiana’s Republican Legislature bends to the will of the state’s powerful florists lobby.

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  • A Black Republican in the Heart of Dixie

    The dignified life of Lee James refutes liberal stereotypes about race and politics in the South.

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  • The Obama Center Can Afford More Than $1 Rent

    It’s a political ‘institute,’ not a presidential library. So taxpayers shouldn’t be paying for anything.

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  • Anarchy Breaks Out in Portland, With the Mayor’s Blessing

    A vicious mob targeted the ICE office and even a food cart. The police followed orders to do nothing.

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  • Wolves Attack Wisconsin With Washington’s Help

    Why do Republicans want to update the Endangered Species Act? Here’s a predatory case study.

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  • Is New Jersey Finally Fed Up With Bob Menendez?

    His corruption trial ended in a hung jury, but the GOP’s Bob Hugin doesn’t mean to let voters forget it.

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  • You Can’t Put a Price on a Hip Replacement, and That’s a Problem

    Andrew Cuomo’s FAIR Health was supposed to make costs transparent. It hasn’t worked out.

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  • The Unjust Prosecution of a Black Militia Kook

    Christopher Daniels spent five months in jail on a trumped-up gun charge before a judge released him.

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  • A California Billionaire Sets Michigan’s Energy Policy

    Tom Steyer cuts a deal with utilities to promote alternative fuels, obviating the need for voter input.

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  • Here’s a Tip: Waiters and Bartenders Like How They’re Paid

    D.C. restaurant workers oppose a job-killing ballot measure. Surprisingly, local politicians agree.

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  • From Rats to Rainwater, a Tour of New York Public Housing

    What began as a utopian New Deal dream is now a nightmare. Government should leave this business.

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  • The Hostile Occupation of Carlos Lopez’s House

    Under California law, deadbeat tenants and even squatters can ruin working-class landlords.

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  • Judicial Tough Love Helps Addicted Mothers Stay Clean

    Opting into a family drug court, under a judge’s supervision, may bring their kids home sooner.

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  • Andrew Cuomo’s Wind Farm Won’t Fly Without Fracking

    New York’s governor touts turbines while closing a nuclear plant. To fillthe gap? Natural gas.

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  • Shop Around for Surgery? Colorado May Soon Encourage It

    Mandating that medical providers post prices would create competition and lower costs all around.

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  • Republicans Do Well in Texas. Except for Dallas, Houston, Austin . . .

    Why is Ted Cruz only up by three points? Remember, the Lone Star State has six of the 20 largest U.S. cities.

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  • Missouri’s Beleaguered Governor Wants His Day in Court

    Eric Greitens has been indicted by a St. Louis grand jury—but so far he has refused calls to resign.

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  • The Government Shouldn’t Value Bears Over People

    In a remote Alaska village, 18 people have died in plane crashes while we wait for a road out.

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  • In Connecticut, Even the Politicians Are Publicly Funded

    Nine Republicans are running for governor. Why not, since campaigns can get tax money?

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  • Politicians Want to Start a Bank. What Could Go Wrong?

    New Jersey looks to follow North Dakota’s example, but without the same low-corruption culture.

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  • What’s a Single Mom to Do During a Week in the Hospital?

    Preventive services—like the Safe Families network—can help prevent crises or a loss of custody.

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  • New Jersey Lawmakers Try to Fool the Federal Taxman

    ‘Charity’ begins at home, but the IRS is likely to look askance at a scheme to avoid a deduction cap.

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  • When Jerry Brown Tried to Keep Immigrants Out of California

    In 1975 the new governor found ‘something a little strange’ about welcoming Vietnamese refugees.

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