April / December

The fiscal policy response to the pandemic was large — with even semi-forgotten bills like the April 2020 and December 2020 legislation disbursing hundreds of billions of dollars.

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April / December

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Republicans want to pass a national abortion ban. Democrats want to codify Roe. That choice is on the ballot in November.

A new era of very, very, very, very big government is upon us.

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I don’t want to harsh anyone’s mellow but next up on the chopping block is the ability of the executive departments to regulate, well, anything, and that’s the one the Court’s owners really want.

@Gov Evers tells @AP  he won't appoint district attorneys who would enforce abortion ban and he would use clemency powers to vacate prison sentences of anyone convicted under the law Evers also says he hopes @WisDOJ  files a lawsuit to at least put the ban on hold

In 2016: — 49% of voters saw Hillary Clinton as to their left — 33% of voters saw Donald Trump as to their right That was a big advantage for Trump which let him win and let him fill all these Supreme Court seats.

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massive roe v wade demonstration in the village right now

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“Our leader is returned to his benighted children; the pater patriae is home, and how lost his ministers have seemed without him.” So wrote 20 years ago a young Boris Johnson for a newspaper called the Telegraph. I’m not sure if either are still going.

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Texas is one of just 12 states that has not expanded Medicaid and has one of the lowest eligibility standards in the country: A single parent with three children would have to earn less than $400 a month to qualify for Medicaid.

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