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    • SEPTEMBER 14, 2021
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    Gov. Gavin Newsom visits southern LA to discuss recall election

    Newsom discusses issues such as the pandemic, education, the economy, homelessness, criminal justice reform and how the treatment of these issues will change dramatically if the recall is successful. The LA Standard Newspaper needs your support so that we can continue to create positive stories about black communities. $ 20, $ 50, $ 100, $

    • SEPTEMBER 10, 2021
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    Paraguayan government accused of indolence one year after kidnapping of politician

    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The daughters of former vice-president Óscar Denis have called the government chaired by Mario Abdo Benítez “indolent” for not finding their father, 75, as Thursday marks one year since his death. kidnapping by the Paraguayan Guerrilla People’s Army (PPE). Read also: Discover our report on Paraguay The politician was kidnapped

    • SEPTEMBER 7, 2021
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    Former Illinois Senator Adlai Stevenson III has died aged 90

    Former US Senator Adlai Stevenson III dies at 90 Adlai Stevenson, a former U.S. senator who came close to becoming governor of Illinois, has died at the age of 90. CHICAGO – Adlai Stevenson III, a former US senator who came close to becoming governor of Illinois, has died at the age of 90. FOX

    • SEPTEMBER 1, 2021
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    Bill to curb racial education handed over to governor of North Carolina | Education

    Some Republicans associate indoctrination with promoting one of the 13 views outlined in the bill, while other party leaders, such as the state lieutenant governor, have a broader view of the government. term and believe the report unmistakably proves the systemic failures of the state’s public education system. Democrats on Wednesday expressed concern that the

    • AUGUST 31, 2021
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    Bandits kill government official in Zamfara, a businesswoman

    Gunmen suspected of being bandits killed two travelers along the Zamfara road. The incident happened on Sunday evening and those killed include Kaura Namoda local government area engineer and works manager Umaru Nabita Moriki and a local businesswoman identified as Hajia Rumba Jengeru. The armed men reportedly “opened fire on travelers on the Kaura Namoda-Moriki-Shinkafi

    • AUGUST 31, 2021
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    Louisiana politician praised for recycling awareness • Recycling International

    Lieutenant Governor Nungesser, right, receives his award from Alton Schaubhut at the NLGA annual meeting. Louisiana’s second-highest-ranking politician was recognized by the United States-based Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries for his dedication to recycling. Louisiana Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser received the Organization’s Recycling Impact Award with ISRI President Robin Wiener, saying he was a true

    • AUGUST 25, 2021
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    Staff say Cuomo’s dog has as much bite as the former governor

    Governor Andrew Cuomo’s dog, the captain, apparently also behaves like a dump dog. People who worked for the disgraced Cuomo swapped horror stories about the ex-governor’s dog as The Post on Tuesday spotted maintenance workers moving the captain’s kennel from the executive mansion’s backyard. Interactions with the dog, a northern Inuit breed, even became a

    • AUGUST 25, 2021
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    Tucker Carlson blames LA Times for calling black politician Larry Elder a white supremacist

    Tucker Carlson slams LA Times for calling black politician Larry Elder a white supremacist as polls show conservative radio host could replace Gavin Newsom as governor of California Tucker Carlson sued the LA Times for calling California Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder “the black face of white supremacy” With a sarcastic tone, Carlson “praised” the

    • AUGUST 23, 2021
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    The captain of Cuomo’s dog left at the mansion after the governor’s departure

    ALBANY – Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, who stayed with one of his sisters in Westchester County during the last days of her third term, recently asked members of the staff at the Executive Mansion if anyone would like to keep his dog, the captain, who remained in the state-owned residence after the governor recently moved.

    • AUGUST 22, 2021
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    PERSPECTIVE: Remembering Governor Dick Lamm | Opinion

    Dick Lamm was the most popular and controversial governor in modern Colorado political history. He was stubborn, outspoken, and also the most published governor in Colorado history. He enjoyed reading, writing and arguing on public policy issues. He was fortunate to have an attractive and lively wife who shared his passion for politics and public