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Federal Reserve raises interest rates for second time in a decade

Jim Tankersley | The Washington Post
December 15, 2016
The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate on Wednesday for the first time in a year and signaled that rates could continue to rise next year.

Increase Appropriations for PACE

July 28, 2016
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PACE is part of Medicare. It is a research-based program that has been proven to be effective. For more information, please see the link below, The National PACE Association: npaonline.org
Tracy McLafferty, Oregon

Libertarian Candidates

April 27, 2016
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Www.lp.org https://garyjohnson2016.com http://austinpetersen2016.com
David, Texas

We’re finally seeing the deep fault lines at the heart of the GOP nomination battle

Dan Balz | The Washington Post
November 11, 2015
The Republican candidates turned serious Tuesday night, largely setting aside personal attacks in favor of a spirited discussion on economic and other issues.

Ms

September 18, 2015
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It is time for a woman to lead the US. I support Hillary Clinton. So the Republicans should nominate Ms Fiorina and the good old boy network can be apopletic as Republicans and Democrats and Independants vote for a woman.
Andrea Mastro, New Jersey