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MI's Redistricting 'Reform' Bill That Would've Awarded Electoral Votes to Romney Creeps Back Into Play

MI's Redistricting 'Reform' Bill That Would've Awarded Electoral Votes to Romney Creeps Back Into Play
A "reform" bill that would have redistricted Michigan in a way favorable for the GOP minority — e.g., Romney would have won the state's electoral votes despite losing the popular vote were it in play for 2012 — has resurfaced in the state house. Many term-limited Republicans are backing the bill without fear of reprisal from upcoming elections.
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Guest Author NJ Senator Loretta Weinburg: The Week of Sandy Finally Ends

The week of Sandy! It's been exhausting, horrendous, and astonishing in some ways.
President Barack Obama has shown us all what a great leader does in times of crisis. He has a terrific FEMA agency, and they were on the ground before the storm hit with supplies and equipment. They have been a source of tremendous help with everything from blankets to generators.
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