Meeting in special session, the Connecticut House of Representatives yesterday voted on an eclectic range of bills, with the most controversial centering on police reform and voting changes. Protesters outside the Capitol included unionized nursing home workers and teachers; police; self-designated representatives of Black Lives Matter; and the ACLU. The session began with Representatives testing technology and working out technical bugs. Most representatives connected to session electronically from their ...
Hope, Change, and Self-Governance
Scott Rasmussen of Rasmussen Reports had an article in yesterday’s WSJ. Reflecting on his polling data, Rasmussen asserts that Americans want neither Democrat nor Republican candidates or politicians–but rather, a return to self-governance. He also states:
Voters today want hope and change every bit as much as in 2008. But most have come to recognize that if we have to rely on politicians for the change, there is no hope. At the same time, Americans instinctively understand that if we can unleash the collective wisdom and entrepreneurial spirit of the American people, there are no limits to what we can accomplish.
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CMS deals blow to unions that had been automatically deducting dues from Medicaid-paid home healthcare workers
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