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If the Halbig v. Burwell ruling stands, which is still debatable, what will the future hold for states like North Carolina?
The Baltimore Sun published an opinion on the same amnesty protest a Watchdog Wire citizen journalist reported on. The two accounts are vastly different.
A parish community protests the Adolescent Sexuality Conference in Seaside, OR. Their ground rules are to keep the piece and let your signs speak for them.
As somebody born in NYC and having lived right across the river in New Jersey for nearly 30 years, I certainly can sympathize with the pride many of the residents of Detroit have for their city. It’s their home. They want to see it flourish again. Here are some take-aways.
Governor O'Malley nodded off during Wednesday's Board of Public Works Meeting. What was he dreaming about?
500 border kids sent to PA
KidsPeace in Bethlehem has received a federal grant to be used toward supporting the needs of 120 unaccompanied... Read MoreMore
Not just Vassar, now Grand Rapids?
Bethany Christian Services hosted a luncheon about bringing undocumented minors to Michigan. Our watchdog... Read MoreMore
Watchdog Wire gets a shout out from panel
A panel at the recent Netroots Nation conference called on progressive activists to “take down”... Read MoreMore
An overview of public hearings in 2014
Texas' Select Committee on Child Protection continues its investigation on how to improve the safety... Read MoreMore
3,610 private sector job losses in first year
A new study predicts that passage of Question 3, the "Margin Tax", would result in the loss of 3,610... Read MoreMore
Citizens have power to stop growing government
After the American Revolution the only compromising solution to this tension between freedom and disobedience... Read MoreMore
A win for religious freedom, says Karen Mersino
Lapeer resident Karen Mersino, one of 14 female owners of for-profit companies challenging the HHS Mandate... Read MoreMore