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Voters’ Remorse

by Neil H. BuchananThe scandals roiling Virginia politics have receded a bit from the headlines, but the good news is that there seems to be agreement that the sexual assault and rape charges against Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax should be … Continue reading

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Missouri Voters Face Complicated Choices on Medical Marijuana Taxes

Medical marijuana is currently legal in 31 states. By next year, their ranks are expected to grow—and Missouri is likely to be counted among them. Prior polling shows that a solid majority of Missourians support legalizing marijuana for medical use, … Continue reading

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Voters Hold Bob McCulloch Accountable in St. Louis County

Momentum for a progressive prosecutorial revolution is building. This week, voters in St. Louis County sent a clear message of support for the creation of a smarter justice system.  In the race for St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney, the incumbent … Continue reading

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Voters’ Distrust of Legislators Drives Agency Lawmaking

Do you trust Congress to make laws with your best interests at heart? If your answer is no, you are not alone: In late 2017, only about 35 percent of Americans trusted Congress, compared to 45 percent for the executive … Continue reading

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Voters More Focused on Control of Congress and the President Than in Past Midterms

“GOP leads on economy, Democrats on health care, immigration – The congressional elections are more than four months away, but voter engagement is high when compared with comparable points in previous midterm cycles. And a record share of registered voters … Continue reading

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