Tired of being cast as members of the "party of no," Republican governors facing re-election next year are emphasizing their work to steer their states through tough economic times and trying to avoid the stigma of Washington gridlock.
State insurance commissioners met Wednesday with President Obama at the White House, where they say he acknowledged that some states were unlikely to implement his proposal to reverse millions of health insurance cancellations.
In the latest of nationally sweeping pro-LGBTQ legislation, Illinois governor Pat Quinn signed marriage equality into law today at University of Illinois-Chicago, making his state the 16th to legalize same-sex marriage.
Source: The Wall Street Journal |
November 21, 2013
New Jersey is poised to become the nation's most populous state to allow extensive Internet gambling, an experiment that state officials hope will lift the fortunes of its struggling casino center, Atlantic City, though how much remains unclear.
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