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The Supreme Court ruled today that the federal government can hold some sex offenders indefinitely. Voters return to the Democratic fold, albeit narrowly, in

Jul 31, 2020
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The Supreme Court ruled today that the federal government can hold some sex offendersindefinitely.
Voters return to the Democratic fold, albeit narrowly, in the latest AP poll.
Tim Burns, the Republican candidate in the special election to fill John Murtha’s House seat, claims his race is a referendumon Obama and Pelosi.
Gov. Charlie Crist (I) has lost the leadin the Florida Senate race, now trails GOP candidate Marco Rubio 39-31%.
Obama is taking a more hands-on rolein what Congress does.
State Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias (D) claims he is now tied in an internal pollagainst Rep. Mark Kirk (R) for the Illinois Senate race.
Many voters remain undecidedin Pennsylvania’s Democratic Senate primary.
States are beginning to report less tax revenue than expectedfor this year.
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