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Some of the Most Unpopular Governors in America Are Up for Reelection
Some unpopular governors, like Bruce Rauner, are looking mighty toasty. Others, like Scott Walker, are in close races.
Democrats Could Make Big Gains in Governor Seats in the Midterms
In what might be the most overlooked category in midterm races, there’s lots of potential for a blue wave.
Democrats Hope for Big Gubernatorial Gains This November
With the gubernatorial landscape being the mirror image of the Senate’s pro-GOP tilt, Democrats should gain, but state politics can be complicated.
Bipartisan Health Talks Are Dead — for Now
Things were looking up for bipartisan health-care talks, until the GOP decided to try once more to repeal Obamacare. But someday reason may prevail.
The Latest GOP Health-Care Scheme Fulfills an Old Conservative Dream
For eons, the GOP has talked about giving states control of Medicaid with reduced — or even eliminated — federal funding. The hour may have arrived.