Simply denying to even explore what the ocean has to offer for energy production does us all a disservice.
Sander contends that while the Fair Housing Act of 1968 made strides in housing integration, there is much still to be done in fulfilling its promise of moving America toward a more inclusive, fair, and prosperous society.
On Tuesday, June 12, voters across the Commonwealth will have the opportunity to participate in an anomaly: a primary to choose a nominee for a U.S. Senate seat that does not involve an incumbent in that particular primary race. There have only been five U.S. Senate primaries since 1970 – two for the Republicans and three for the Democrats and only two have had candidates not involving an incumbent and only one was not head-to-head.
23 GOP Virginia Legislators Voted for Medicaid Expansion, Abandoning GOP Principles – But Will Voters Still Reelect Them in 2019?
The Republican Creed is pretty straightforward. 23 legislators ignored it.