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Kansas teen meets with members of Congress about flavored tobacco products

Hailey Kisner, Hutchinson, recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids’ Youth Advocacy Symposium. The five-day workshop is designed to build skills in advocacy, communications and leadership. ...

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Maxine Waters honored with leadership award by editors

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The nation’s newspapers say partisanship has run amok in Washington. “We need bridge builders,” they say. “The president’s comments are inflammatory,” they opine. So, you would think, in choosing someone to honor ...

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Suspicious letter meant to derail Kavanaugh?

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Sixty-five women who say they have known Judge Brett Kavanaugh since high school are coming to the Supreme Court nominee’s defense after allegations of sexual misconduct were leveled at the judge this ...

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Why Congress must investigate Google trying to fix election

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On Wednesday, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell issued a statement calling on Congress to probe Google for potential election-meddling: Congress must hold hearings to investigate Google for possibly trying to fix ...

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Tech giants to face Congress, this time over privacy

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Sparks could fly next week between six major Web companies and a Congressional Panel investigating privacy. The tech giants and internet-service providers, including AT&T Inc, Twitter Inc, and Alphabet Inc’s Google, will ...

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Facebook CEO models himself after brutal Roman emperor

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s love for ancient Roman emperor Augustus Caesar offers some insights into how he views being a leader, reports CNBC and the New Yorker Magazine. “You have all these good and bad ...

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Kansas’ 2nd District Congressional candidate exposed

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In Kansas’ 2nd Congressional District race there is no Democrat primary since only Paul Davis is running for that office. The Republican race is a rather unique situation that deserves a brief ...

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Missouri August 7th State Primary Preview

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On Tuesday, August 7, Missouri primary voters will go to the polls to select who will be on the ballot in the general election on November 6. Missouri U.S. Senate Race The ...

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Rural Missourians and Congressional delegates support tariffs

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Missouri’s Republican Congressional representatives are finding rural support America’s tariffs to protect agricultural export. President Trump had said it would not be long before other countries began to reduce their high tariffs ...

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Missing or destroyed servers remain hush-hush by media, Mueller investigation

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Evidence that the national media, and the Mueller investigation are ignoring was brought up by President Trump this week in Finland. They are the three servers are those of the Democratic National ...

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Wasteful spending skyrockets, exposed in ‘Pig Book’

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It has been called a swamp but a new report released this week shows that it may be better described as a pig pen. The report has exposed wasteful government spending that ...

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New governor earns praise from Congressional delegation

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One of the first acts of Missouri’s new governor resulted in bipartisan support and praise from the state’s congressional delegation. Republican Gov. Mike Parson, a strong Christian, called a rare meeting yesterday ...

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‘Gang of Eight’ to hear intel on ‘spy’ in Trump campaign

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Congressional Democrats, after first staying they were not interested in reviewing the information about a spy placed in the Trump campaign by the FBI, will now be at a briefing today after ...

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Facebook CEO Zuckerberg steers away from questions of censorship

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is appearing on Capitol Hill this week with often awkward answers as he responds to questions about the the power of the social media giant and the privacy ...

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Surprise! Congress agrees with Trump on Jerusalem move

Below is a list of statements from members of Congress following the administration’s Dec. 6 announcement that the United States will now officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel: U.S. Senate: ...

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