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- The States Independent Redistricting Commission has released the drafted Assembly redistricting lines, but some are saying the states process to draw those maps is doomed to fail. Earlier this … more
The museum put the score on display for the first time this week in anticipation of handing it over to its rightful owners. The post Czech museum to return original Beethoven score to heirs … more
The Associated Press showcased its top photographs of 2022, reflecting on a year that’s experienced plenty of ups and downs across the globe. Read more... more
Ranked choice voting, council vacancy replacements and the importance of voting. more
Casino moguls will have to avoid the mistakes made with Props. 26 and 27 and offer deals more inclusive to all Native American tribes. more
On Flashpoint, two legal experts debate the merits of Moore v. Harper. more
Your weekend briefing on local politics and more. more
A new controversy over two former conservative Boston city councilors whose names adorn a bridge and a City Hall room could be brewing, exposing decades old divisions and putting current elected … more
When Republicans take control of the U.S. House next month, they'll have voters in New York to thank for roughly a third of their national gains. In the midterm elections, one of the bluest … more
HELENA, Mont. – Zooey Zephyr is familiar with the ornate halls of the Montana state Capitol. She was here during the 2021 legislative session, testifying in opposition to bills targeted at … more
Democrat Marie Gluesenkamp Perez led by more than 2,600 votes when counties certified their counts earlier this week.          more
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) -- Incumbent Sen. Melissa Hurtado has taken the slightest of leads over Republican challenger David Shepard in the 16th Senate District race, according to state elections … more
Republican John Duarte defeated Democrat Adam Gray Friday in a new U.S. House district in the Central Valley that produced the closest congressional contest in the state this year. more
Seven people backed by a PAC ran in the Nov. 8 election, including three who now form a majority of the Temecula Valley school board. more
Since the case is so complicated, a federal judge said she will not issue her decision on the Oregon gun control initiative until next week.          more
The long awaited BART extension to San Jose is taking some key steps forward, but the progress could lead to some longtime downtown small businesses getting squeezed out. more
Prince William and Kate spend the day in Cambridge and Boston more
Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto said Nevada was crucial to the presidential nominating process as the Democratic Party moved Nevada up a spot in the primary order and as the recently … more
The Registrar of Voters certified the election results Thursday, Dec. 1. more
MassGOP Chair Jim Lyons rakes in roughly $100,000 per year as leader of a party that failed to win a single statewide election this November, a salary that two candidates eying his job vowed not to … more
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