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Statehouse

Capitol building of a state government.
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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." About 200 people attended the KKK rally, some of them waving the Confederate flag.
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.
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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.
"They have problems with cancer," Ruth Paez told PIX11 News from the steps of the statehouse. "My husband's mother and father died of cancer," she said about the home in which they lived, and in which she lives now, about 1000 feet from the DuPont plant grounds.
Immediately following her presentation nurses will have the opportunity to go over to the Statehouse and sit in on committee meetings, speak with their representatives and even take an official tour of the Statehouse if they choose.
In the brave new world of information delivery--a world increasingly driven by rapid-fire tweeting and the inane cacophony of American television-there seems to be less and less room for people who want to make a career of covering the statehouse and earn a decent living doing it.
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.
Meanwhile, the post-election statehouse is nearly deadlocked and nearly all of its Republican and Democratic leadership has been wiped out in the 2006 primary and general election.