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GOP Voters are Sticking with Trump, but Centrist Voters are the Key

By on February 19, 2020
GOP Voters are Sticking with Trump, but Centrist Voters are the Key

by CHRISTOPHER B. BUDZISZ

A View from Dubuque: Third in a Series

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People Like the President’s Policies, but His Personality Gives Them Pause

By on February 19, 2020
People Like the President’s Policies, but His Personality Gives Them Pause

by DAVID A. DULIO & JOHN S. KLEMANSKI

A View from Macomb County: Third in a Series

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The Opioid Crisis: The Next Step in the Fight

By on November 22, 2019
The Opioid Crisis: The Next Step in the Fight

by GREG WALDEN

We cannot allow the progress made to turn into complacency. That’s why we have highlighted 12 bills that Congress should consider to further our efforts to combat the epidemic of substance use disorder. 

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A Beacon of Hope in the Nation’s Capital

By on November 22, 2019
A Beacon of Hope in the Nation’s Capital

by LINDSEY BURKE

An update on the progress of the school voucher program in Washington, DC fifteen years after it was established.

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“I’ll Never Forget My Time in Military Service.”

By on November 3, 2019
“I’ll Never Forget My Time in Military Service.”

by JONI ERNST

The VA should absolutely be held accountable for how they help care for our veterans, and I’m continuing to press them on that issue.

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“It Takes a Special Person to Take Up Arms in Defense of Our Country.”

By on November 3, 2019
“It Takes a Special Person to Take Up Arms in Defense of Our Country.”

by TODD YOUNG

As a Marine, I swore to always remain faithful to those serving by my side.

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A New Vision for Space

By on June 20, 2019
A New Vision for Space

by ROBERT S. WALKER

NASA must restructure itself as a developer of new space technologies, but it must do so in conjunction with the entrepreneurial space businesses.

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The Militarization of Space & the Path Forward for the U.S.

By on June 20, 2019
The Militarization of Space & the Path Forward for the U.S.

by DAVID A. DEPTULA

Space-based systems are now fundamental to the conduct of war, and the U.S. military cannot fight effectively without them.

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Ripon Profile of Adam Kinzinger

By on July 16, 2014
Ripon Profile of Adam Kinzinger

“My focus in Congress is getting the folks of the 16th District back to work, reigning in government spending, and ensuring we pass down to the next generation a country stronger and more free than the one we were given.”

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