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ALEC provides a forum for state legislators and private sector members to collaborate on model bills—draft legislation that members may customize and introduce for debate in their own state legislatures.
The governor of Wisconsin who is considering a Republican presidential run.
Wisconsin anti-union bill is 'word for word' from rightwing lobbyist group. Wisconsin 2015 right to work bill.
The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is a nonprofit organization of conservative state legislators and private sector representatives that drafts and shares model state-level legislation for distribution among state governments in the United States.
Investigation: Just Who Is Behind Voter ID?
By Liz Dorland. CREATED Feb 24, 2012
Our Sources:Theguardian US News, Liz Dorland , ALEC, Propublica,
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This past Monday marked the end of the 2015 ninety-day Maryland General Assembly legislative session! The session began with the inauguration of a new governor and pledges of sweeping change and bipartisanship. The $40.7 billion budget took up most of the discussion as legislators avoided a last-minute showdown with the governor over $200 million in unallocated funds.
Ryan Miner, host of A Miner Detail brought to you by the Change Montgomery County radio network, will unwind the 2015 legislative session on a new episode of A Miner Detail. Change Montgomery County reached out to several Montgomery County legislators to join Ryan on the show and summarize all that occurred during the 2015 legislative session.
Join Ryan on Wednesday, April 15 at 9:00 p.m. for an hour-long discussion on what passed and what didn’t during the 2015 legislative session.
In this exciting show, Rep. Pogue and I will be discussing several topics important to Christian Conservatives. Topics we will cover include: The Second Amendment Preservation Act, Convention of States, Concealed Carry Laws, Affordable Care Act, Medicinal Marijuana and the Student Freedom of Association Act.
We will give you action steps and things you can do to make sure your voice is heard on these important topics. Our time to act is now. If you would like to see action steps, with phone numbers and email addresses, visit: http://ccinaction.org/2nd-half-preview-of-missouri-legislative-session/
This epidsode is Part 2 of our 2nd Half Preview. Representative Jeffrey Pogue was kind enough to join us for a special show today to continue talking about important bills that could be heard in the second half of the Legislative Session. I will be putting action steps and sample emails on a blog post later today that will accompany this show. I hope it serves you well by educating and motivating you to action.
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Special Guest: Annamarie Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), Executive Director of the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council.
Show Topic: Join me and my new co-host C.w. Bearshield as we discuss the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council's 2015 Legislative Agenda with special guest Annamarie Hill.
Featured Song: "Kiss Me Auras" by Dani Doll and Dezy Doll of the band, Miracle Dolls. Miracle Dolls is a twin sister punk/alternative/indie band from So Cal that tours through out the U.S.
Producer/Host: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota). Co-Host: C.w. Bearshield (Sicangu Lakota). Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (Minnesotan).
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LatinoTalk Texas is news, issues and interviews important to Latinos in America. On today's show, I discuss the new legislative season and how the politics of the election season and the legislative season greatly differ both in Austin, Texas and Washington DC. It is my opinion and I have articles to support my position that now that the elections have past that the real fighting begins here in Texas and Washington. The real fighting, my opinion is, the Tea party radicals who are anti-Latino at their very core, will struggle to overtake the Republican leadership and the re-write the Republican Party platform in their own pseudo-libertarian platform. I worked for many years to expose that but what I didn't realize was that Republicans who were previously so interested in the Latino vote under the leadership of the Bush family are now and have been since then willing to sacrifice the Latino vote in favor of obtaining the Tea party vote in an effort to placate those same radicals. Unfortunately, it seems that the Tea party radicals cannot be so easily placated either in Washington or Austin and it seems to me that Immigration issues are the very crux or fulcrum upon which these struggles balance. In Washington, Boehner who favors immigration reform continues to pander to the very few radicals in his party from the anti-immigration camp while they continue to have a metaphorical knife aimed at his back. While in Austin, the Tea party types again fostered an effort to oust Joe Straus as Speaker of the House but failed...miserably. In other words, during the legislative session, Republicans behave like Republicans but during the election season Republicans, like Dan Patrick in Texas, try very hard to sound like Tea party radicals. Dan Patrick has been elected to the Lt. Governor seat in Texas and I am VERY worried about what he will do to Latinos along the border and elsewhere in Texas with his plan to address immigration at the state level.
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Christine Benedict talks about a proposal to postpone next year's legislative election
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