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Daniel Luzer

news editor

Daniel Luzer -- News Editor. Daniel previously worked as the Web editor at the Washington Monthly and as an editorial fellow at Mother Jones. His work has appeared at Mother Jones, Salon, Pacific Standard, the Washington Monthly and Columbia Journalism Review.

(It's pronounced Loot-zer.)

The Ohio governor and long-shot presidential candidate would ban gun sales to those on the no-fly list, but he said he worries about banning sales from the larger Terrorism Screening Database because that it would alert people that they are being watched as terrorism suspects.
Michael Nutter accused the businessman of taking “a page from the playbook of Hitler” in his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination,
A neighborhood zoning administrator says the manager constitutes the violation, not the zombie dolls within it.
The "Voter Accountability and Transparency Act" would change state law to require that the financial statements all candidates are required to file include credit scores.
Over the last decade 49 states experienced a drop in the per-capita rate of delinquents required to live at correctional centers and group homes. But North Dakota saw an 18 percent rise during this period.
Under new policy if a home or business has a rooftop solar system, most of the wattage isn't included in the ambitious requirement to generate half of the state's electricity from renewable sources such as solar and wind by 2030.
Democrats in the state Legislature could not override Gov. Chris Christie's veto of gun-control legislation. The bill would have made it more difficult for people with a history of mental illness to expunge such records for the purpose of buying a firearm.
Jeffrey Beard, secretary of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, has announced he plans to retire.
The New Jersey governor has approved a measure prohibiting the state from awarding tax breaks of more than $25,000 to an applicant that hasn't fulfilled the requirement of an earlier award.
The outgoing Philadelphia police commissioner still plans to retire altogether, despite the sudden opening of what he once described as "a dream job."