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The election of Randi Weingarten as president of the American Federation of Teachers this past summer signaled a greater willingness from that union to accept that new ideas and education "reforms" are inevitable.
Laudatory praise of the logistics seems to reflect consensus opinion about the Democratic National Convention in Denver.
Unlike nearly every other state, California lacks a central board that oversees higher education, pitting political leaders against university administrators. Vermont's election was so close that the legislature must decide who wins when it convenes next year. Shumlin as expected, many question what he can accomplish with so many unpopular programs.
The chaos that erupted after a police officer shot an unarmed black teen showcases the need for strong leadership and how law enforcement can lead best in communities where life is already a daily struggle.
Rural lawmakers are dwindling in number as people continue to migrate to metropolitan areas.
But the battle between urban and rural politics is as big as ever -- and those out in the country may be winning.
But not everyone, especially the people being priced out of once-affordable neighborhoods, is happy seeing the past obliterated.
New York has been reluctant to embrace technology when it comes to counting votes.
Could the state’s hesitation be the source for its recent election debacles?
In Kentucky, one of the few Southern states where Democrats still hold power, it's a tossup between a Republican businessman appealing to religious conservatives and a Democratic AG distancing himself from Obama.
Giving up on the gridlock at the federal and state levels, progressives are turning their attention to local ballots to get their ideas passed.
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