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The Rise of the Machines: Automation Reshapes Job Market In The News
The Rise of the Machines: Automation Reshapes Job Market
October 22, 2018
by Christina Paulos

Looking at a map of California on a projector screen, Johannes Moenius, an economics professor at the University of Redlands, hovered his mouse over the Inland Empire, which glowed with a splotch of red pixels. The colored... Read More

Three Secretaries of State are Refereeing the Election While Running in the Field 2018 Midterms
Three Secretaries of State are Refereeing the Election While Running in the Field
October 21, 2018
by Christina Paulos

In three states, the referee for the midterm elections is also on the field as a player. Elected secretaries of state in Georgia and Kansas— who in their official capacities oversee the elections in their states — are running for... Read More

Meant to help with mental illness, money from tax on millionaires piles up in San Diego In The News
Meant to help with mental illness, money from tax on millionaires piles up in San Diego
October 21, 2018
by Christina Paulos

While the hepatitis A virus ran unchecked through the streets and homeless camps of San Diego last year, killing 20 people and sickening hundreds of others before it was brought under control, $170 million in... Read More

Trump Plans to Pull Out of Nuclear Weapons Pact With Russia Foreign Affairs
Trump Plans to Pull Out of Nuclear Weapons Pact With Russia
October 21, 2018
by Christina Paulos

President Donald Trump said he plans to pull out of a major arms control treaty with Russia, claiming the Kremlin breached the accord on intermediate-range nuclear weapons. “We’re not going to let them violate a... Read More

Trump Uses Inflated Figures to Argue That Foreign Sales Are Ties That Bind US to Saudi Arabia Foreign Affairs
Trump Uses Inflated Figures to Argue That Foreign Sales Are Ties That Bind US to Saudi Arabia
October 19, 2018
by Christina Paulos

As President Donald Trump has faced increasing pressure to punish Saudi Arabia over its suspected torture and murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, he has repeatedly cited the country’s value as not only an ally... Read More

Campaign Ad: Scott Peters for Congress – “Looking Out for Us” [CA-52] Polling and Ads
Campaign Ad: Scott Peters for Congress – “Looking Out for Us” [CA-52]
October 19, 2018
by Christina Paulos

This week, the Scott Peters for Congress campaign released their second ad of 2018: “Looking Out for Us.” The ad features San Diego resident and Navy Veteran Kevin Inman, who uses the Housing and Urban... Read More

Socialists Won’t Be on Many Ballots This Fall. Moderate Democrats are Surging. Opinions
Socialists Won’t Be on Many Ballots This Fall. Moderate Democrats are Surging.
October 19, 2018
by Anne Kim
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Candidates affiliated with the Democratic Socialists and the progressive left have pushed hard this cycle for a campaign agenda heavy on government giveaways, such as free health care (“Medicare for All”), free college... Read More

In the Wake of Hurricane Michael, Crist, Williams Move to Help Homeowners and Businesses Better Protect Property From Storm Damage In The News
In the Wake of Hurricane Michael, Crist, Williams Move to Help Homeowners and Businesses Better Protect Property From Storm Damage
October 19, 2018
by TWN Staff

In the wake of Hurricane Michael, a fast-moving storm that recently devastated the Florida Panhandle, Representatives Charlie Crist (D-FL) and Roger Williams (R-TX) have come together to address the high cost of... Read More

ICYMI: Senate Dems Press for Disclosure of Trump Biz Ties to Saudi Arabia In The News
ICYMI: Senate Dems Press for Disclosure of Trump Biz Ties to Saudi Arabia
October 19, 2018
by TWN Staff

This week, 11 Senate Dems sent a letter to President Trump and the Trump Organization seeking a full accounting of any financial ties between the Trump Organization and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The senators’ letter ... Read More

Political Reformer Anthony Brindisi Focuses on Education, Healthcare in Bid to Unseat Incumbent Claudia Tenney Spotlight
Political Reformer Anthony Brindisi Focuses on Education, Healthcare in Bid to Unseat Incumbent Claudia Tenney
October 19, 2018
by TWN Staff
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Unlike many first time Democratic candidates running for federal office this year, Anthony Brindisi is no stranger to working across the aisle to get things done. While many of his peers have yet to hold office at any level... Read More

Trump Administration Asks Supreme Court to Stop Teenagers’ Climate Lawsuit Supreme Court
Trump Administration Asks Supreme Court to Stop Teenagers’ Climate Lawsuit
October 19, 2018
by Christina Paulos

October 19, 2018 By Greg Stohr WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s administration asked the U.S. Supreme Court stop a novel and sweeping lawsuit pressed by children and teenagers seeking to force the federal government to take steps against climate change. Thursday’s emergency filing aims to head… Read More

Rising Tide Hasn’t Lifted Trump’s Boat Economy
Rising Tide Hasn’t Lifted Trump’s Boat
October 19, 2018
by Christina Paulos

October 19, 2018 By Mark Z. Barabak   Charts on economic outlook under President Trump. Los Angeles Times 2018   RENO, Nev. — When the Great Recession hit, it walloped Nevada like no other state, claiming Corry Castaneda among its many victims. His work remodeling… Read More

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