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The Obama-Pelosi Lame Duck Strategy

Democratic House members are so worried about the fall elections they're leaving Washington on July 30, a full week earlier than normal—and they won't return until mid-September. Members gulped when National Journal's Charlie Cook, the Beltway's leading political handicapper, predicted last month "the House is gone," meaning a GOP takeover. He thinks Democrats will hold the Senate, but with a significantly reduced majority.

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The Obama-Pelosi Lame Duck Strategy

BY John Fund

Democratic House members are so worried about the fall elections they're leaving Washington on July 30, a full week earlier than normal—and they won't return until mid-September. Members gulped when National Journal's Charlie Cook, the Beltway's leading political handicapper, predicted last month "the House is gone," meaning a GOP takeover. He thinks Democrats will hold the Senate, but with a significantly reduced majority.

07/12/2010
Supporters of Health-Care Change Prepare Counterattack

The opposition to the health-care overhaul being voiced at town-hall meetings this month caught supporters by surprise. Unions and other supporters of the Democratic health program now have plans to confront opponents, including, if necessary, outshouting them at meetings.

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Supporters of Health-Care Change Prepare Counterattack

BY Kris Maher and Naftali Bendavid

The opposition to the health-care overhaul being voiced at town-hall meetings this month caught supporters by surprise. Unions and other supporters of the Democratic health program now have plans to confront opponents, including, if necessary, outshouting them at meetings.

08/14/2009
The Oregon Tale

Lost amid Tuesday's Presidential primary results was the encouraging news that Oregon voters had once again defeated a tax increase. Maybe the Democratic candidates should pay attention. Facing a hole in its oversized budget, the Oregon Legislature in August passed an $800 million tax hike, including an income tax surcharge of up to 9% as well as increases in property, business and cigarette levies. Yet despite screams of ominous cuts to health and education, voters in this state that voted for Al Gore in 2002 overruled the legislature by a resounding 60%.

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The Oregon Tale

BY Editorial

Lost amid Tuesday's Presidential primary results was the encouraging news that Oregon voters had once again defeated a tax increase. Maybe the Democratic candidates should pay attention. Facing a hole in its oversized budget, the Oregon Legislature in August passed an $800 million tax hike, including an income tax surcharge of up to 9% as well as increases in property, business and cigarette levies. Yet despite screams of ominous cuts to health and education, voters in this state that voted for Al Gore in 2002 overruled the legislature by a resounding 60%.

02/05/2004