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In April 1861, South Carolina fired the first shots of the Civil War. Almost exactly 152 years later, it may have fired the final shots of the Republican Party’s culture war. South Carolinians on Tuesday elected former Gov. Mark Sanford to the...
Legislation passed by the U.S. Senate this week that would push online retailers to collect sales tax on purchases made online would help provide crucial funding for Virginia roads. A key component of the transportation funding package signed into law...
Tags: E-Commerce Industry, Government, Laws, Consumers, Bob McDonnell
We are now a year from the June 3, 2014, primary elections in South Dakota. That is significant because South Dakota voters will choose a new U.S. senator next year. So far voters don’t have a choice. The only declared candidate is Republican...
Business competition Gov. Rick Perry comes up here from Texas to poach Illinois-based businesses. Tribune reporter Phil Rosenthal's article is titled "Perry's kick to the gut" because Perry has the audacity to try and promote competition in the...
The Senate voted Monday to allow states to assess a sales tax on purchases from Amazon.com, eBay and other online retailers in a bipartisan measure that would also reduce the increase planned for Maryland's gas tax. The bill, which passed 69-27, would...
On Monday, the U.S. Senate passed a bill that would allow states to collect sales taxes for online purchases based on where the customer lives. The legislation now heads to the House of Representatives. The bill includes an exception for small...
Tags: U.S. Senate
Capitol IdeasYo! When the Pennsylvania legislature is in session, numerous “NONCONTROVERSIAL” resolutions usually sail through the House. These are commemorative items all lawmakers, regardless of party, can agree on. They deal with naming bridges after...
Under the immigration bill proposed by a bipartisan group of senators, Maria Galvan could achieve her dream of opening a hair salon in Southern California. She has spent more than a decade doing odd jobs, barred from getting the required business...
BOYNE CITY -- Boyne City Public Schools may see budget cuts again this year, as have many other school districts in the state over the past several years as state funding has declined. The district's board of education heard a report Monday on how much...
If we lived in a perfect world, doughnuts would be vegetables, Matthew McConaughey would have my abs and I would have his, and work would be a high-paying activity that involved naps. Also in a perfect world, a thing called The Working Families...
Online shoppers would have to pay state sales taxes on more purchases under legislation that advanced in the U.S. Senate on Monday — but Marylanders could also wind up paying a smaller increase in gasoline taxes. Bricks-and-mortar stores have long...
The Hartford CourantThe former finance director of the ill-fated congressional campaign of Christopher Donovan will go to trial on May 13 and his attorney told a federal court judge Monday he may call current legislators as defense witnesses. Robert Braddock Jr. is one...
Tags: Elections, Court Preliminary, Waterbury, FBI, Lawyers
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