The presidential election is likely to turn on the simple question of whether Americans want Donald Trump back in the White House. But health care tops the list of household financial worries for adults from both parties.
But the House and Senate differ in how they want to direct the additional money. Discussions come as some school districts are dealing with budget pressure.
Democrats, who control the House and Senate, are divided over moving ahead with the policy.
The tooth fairy (aka parents) now pays more for lost teeth in the west and in Washington state than in the rest of the nation, according to a new poll.
Voters began receiving ballots last week for Washington’s March 12 presidential primary.
Democrats are hoping the bill will slow efforts to ban books about LGBTQ+ people and people of color.
Tucker Carlson’s sycophantic interview with Russian dictator Vladimir Putin, and his subsequent praise for Russia’s subways, supermarkets and cheeseburgers, was not journalism. It was propaganda.
Cap-and-trade proceeds would cover the tab. Discounts could arrive as hundreds of thousands of ratepayers consider how to vote on repealing the climate program.
The number of nonprofit news outlets is holding steady as they go out of business just as fast as they are founded.
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