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  • House approves new Dem rules package

    The House on Thursday approved a Democratic rules package with just a few defections from progressives despite concerns on the left about the resolution's "pay-as-you-go" provision.The rules were approved by a larg

    TheHill
  • The Latest: South Carolina Senate approves new rules

    The Latest on the first day of South Carolina's legislative session (all times local): 2:15 p.m. South Carolina senators have approved new rules since the lieutenant governor is no longer

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  • House Democrats approve sweeping new rules package

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted her defiance to the new measures on Wednesday, saying she will vote no on the rules package that 'is trying to slip in PAYGO'.

    Mail Online
  • New York City Greets the New Year With a Host of New Nanny-State Rules

    New Yorkers began 2019 with a little less freedom than they had at the end of 2018, thanks to a raft of new laws targeting everything from selling cigarettes in pharmacies to drinking your coffee out of a foam cup. Let's start with the cigarettes. As part of an anti-smoking package passed in 2017, New York City adopted a rule that prohibits both drug stores and grocers with pharmacy sections from selling tobacco products of any kind. That law goes into effect this month. "The tobacco-free...

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