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Many health-related companies have kicked their lobbying efforts into high gear after Ebola fears have spread amid the current crisis.The boost in lobbying by pharmaceutical companies, health professionals, and associations shouldn't come as a surprise as drug companies have seen their stocks rise ...
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Democrats up for election all across the country have been doing their best to avoid questions dealing with President Obama, and Sen. Kay Hagan (D- N.C.) kept the trend going during a recent interview with MSNBC.After being asked if she believed Obama is a strong leader, Hagan refused to flat out an ...
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On Monday, a Republican state representative candidate in Illinois went to cast a vote for himself and said the machine marked it as a vote for his Democrat opponent. The same happened when he went to cast votes for other Republicans on the ballot.“While early voting at the Schaumburg Public Libra ...
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This year's midterm elections are shaping up to be the costliest ever, with a projection of reaching close to $4 billion mark and in the process reaching an all-time high.According to the Center for Responsive Politics, candidates and parties alone will top $2.7 billion in spending, as outside group ...
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Sen. Mark Begich (D- Alaska) refused to answer whether he voted for President Obama in the 2008 and 2012 elections. Begich is the fourth Democrat who would not answer the question."Sen. Begich, did you vote for Obama in 2008 and 2012?" a reporter asks as he's exiting his car. Instead of answering, B ...
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Another Democratic candidate for Senate wouldn't directly say she voted for Obama in the 2012 elections. She is now the third to do so.After a member of the Charleston Daily Mail Editorial Board asked West Virginia Senate candidates who they voted for in the last election during a forum, Natalie Te ...
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