Politics-govt (2011)



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  • January 03, 2011
    Chris Woodward

    'Coercive' aspect visible in healthcare reform

    Two professors of constitutional law say the mandate that everyone purchase healthcare is not the only problem with ObamaCare.   Story contains results from Tuesday's poll
  • January 04, 2011
    Chad Groening

    Repeal not a done deal

    Despite the fact that President Barack Obama signed the repeal late last month, conservative activist Cliff Kincaid contends the end of the ban on homosexuals in the military isn't a done deal quite yet.
  • January 05, 2011
    Becky Yeh - California correspondent

    Calif. conservatives facing uncertain future

    With the New Year ushering in a new state administration, one California Republican believes Christians in his state will continue to fight the same battles as the previous year.
  • January 06, 2011
    Chris Woodward

    Limiting labor union power

    An expert in labor economics believes it's an excellent idea for states to try and curb labor unions.
  • January 07, 2011
    OneNewsNow.com Staff

    Senate probe of televangelists' finances ends

    Senator Chuck Grassley's investigation of televangelists has wrapped up after more than three years with no penalties for pastors who refused to cooperate and no definitive findings of wrongdoing.
  • January 10, 2011
    Becky Yeh - California correspondent

    Special election - a 'short, brutal affair'

    Hopefuls have already lined up for California's upcoming race to replace a senator who died shortly before the November elections.
  • January 11, 2011
    Chad Groening

    States targeting birthright citizenship

    An immigration reform organization thinks it is a good strategy for individual states to pass legislation that targets birthright citizenship.
  • January 12, 2011
    Chad Groening

    First test - do we have the power to do it?

    A freshman member of the 112th Congress says the recent reading of the Constitution on the House floor was more than just a symbolic move by the GOP-controlled body.
  • January 13, 2011
    Chad Groening

    Rep. King agrees with states' birthright battle

    Iowa Congressman Steve King is welcoming the efforts of a growing number of states that want to bring an end to birthright citizenship.
  • January 14, 2011
    Chris Woodward

    ObamaCare will contribute to financial woes

    A new report shows that healthcare reform could increase local tax rates and push more communities closer to fiscal crisis.
  • January 16, 2011
    OneNewsNow.com Staff

    Tea partiers keeping an eye on those they backed

    Now that they're freshmen in a GOP-run House, the political movement's candidates are running smack into the traditions, partisan divisions and powerful competing interests that make it so hard to redirect the government.
  • January 17, 2011
    Chris Woodward

    A 'down payment' on fixing U.S. finances

    A conservative congressman hopes his ideas for cutting federal spending will meet the approval of both the House and the Senate.

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