Firearms

I shrugged off the first one. I also ignored the second and the third. And the fourth and the fifth. And even the 10th and 11th. It wasn’t until I finally saw one Greg Abbott yard sign in an entire neighborhood filled with “Beto”s that I felt what could be charitably described as optimism. Maybe,
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Campaign Action Courthouse News Service reported that Texans held similar vigils in other cities across the state to continue calling on Abbott and state lawmakers to act for their children, and champion passage of meaningful gun violence reform. Dora Mendoza told the outlet that she’s made the three-hour long drive from Uvalde to the capitol numerous times
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UNCASVILLE — In their second and final debate, Gov. Ned Lamont, Republican challenger Bob Stefanowski and long-shot Independent Party candidate Rob Hotaling on Tuesday night argued over police accountability, an alleged rise in crime and an decrease in respect for law enforcement. Behind in the polls by double digits, it might have been a make-of-break night for
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Rhode Island’s Second Congressional District isn’t exactly known for sending Republicans to Washington. The last time the GOP represented the district, which includes Cranston and parts of Providence, was over 30 years ago, and Democratic candidates for president tend to win by double digits there. Yet this time around, the race to replace the retiring
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Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth and her Republican challenger Kathy Salvi couldn’t be further apart on gun control, abortion rights, inflation, or just about any other key issue facing residents in Illinois and beyond. But they did find one rare patch of common ground during a televised forum Thursday night, as both Senate candidates agreed
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One hundred twenty-six days after the deadliest school shooting in Texas history submerged his town in grief, Brett Cross began sleeping in front of the Uvalde school district’s administration building. Uncle and guardian to one of the 19 children lost on May 24 at Robb Elementary, Cross announced he wasn’t leaving until the district suspended
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Stamford Public Schools were recently locked down when police received a call alerting them to a threat of an active shooter. I can’t begin to imagine the horror and fear of the students, staff and parents following the shelter in place order. Thankfully, it was quickly determined to be a hoax. But this situation serves
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The two candidates for Illinois’ U.S. Senate seat — both suburban women — challenged each other’s records on women’s rights, abortion access, guns and a bevy of other issues in a candidate forum Oct. 3 where little middle ground was found. In the forum organized by the Illinois Associated Press Media Editors collaboration, Democratic incumbent
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Chris Pappas, Karoline Leavitt say whether they would support firearms legislation Updated: 4:02 PM EDT Oct 20, 2022 Hide Transcript Show Transcript AND COMMITMENT 2022. EVERY ELECTION SEASON WE WANT YOU TO GET TO KNOW EACH CANDIDATE’S POSITION ON THE MOST PRESSING ISSUES. AND TONIGHT, WE’RE HEARING FROM THE CANDIDATES IN THE FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
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EMILY TSCHETTER Community News Service UM School of Journalism First-term Congressman Matt Rosendale strolled calmly into the Bozeman TV studio minutes before his second of two statewide debates this campaign. He introduced himself to production crew members and chatted briefly with a photojournalist, recalling how he used to snap Polaroids for his father’s newspaper back
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