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Statehouse

Capitol building of a state government.
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O'Neill's insightful portraits will draw you in and keep you reading-and perhaps hoping, as he clearly does, that bipartisanship will make a comeback at the statehouse.
House district lines after the 2010 wave that swept Republicans into statehouses across the country.
The KKK rally, organized by the Loyal White Knights of the KKK, was held in the afternoon on the south side of the Statehouse, with some members chanting the message of "white pride.
A protester waves a |Confederate battle flag in front of the South Carolina statehouse during the debate The move came after more than 13 hours of, at times contentious, debate.
Continue reading "Controversial Ohio Statehouse Holocaust Memorial Dedicated" at.
The Capital-Journal reported that a coalition of churches formed a committee last year that meets for prayer and music at the statehouse one Saturday per month.
senator to appear in support of an Oregon statehouse candidate is somewhat uncommon and underscores the high partisan stakes in the Springfield race.
That's why community activists said they'd gone to the statehouse.
A survey conducted by American Journalism Review (A JR) found that in 44 states there were fewer statehouse reporters in 2009 than there were six years earlier.
Last year, then-AJR Managing Editor Jennifer Dorroh tallied newspaper reporters covering the nation's statehouses (see "Statehouse Exodus," April/May 2009).
The move comes after the Star-Ledger cut 151 of its 330-person newsroom jobs last fall through buyouts, including seven of the 11 statehouse bureau staffers.
Too many of the recommendations, unfortunately, call for black statehouse and black old money power that do not yet exist.