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  1. In some areas, mostly in the form of academia (Duke, UNC), Research institutions, and medical. Raleigh could absorb the effects pretty well in terms of housing. It's got expensive areas like Cary for the executive types, and cheaper areas for average employees (Durham). Plus there is ton of room to expand the city itself.
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    Former Clinton advisor: Hillary will run in 2020

    The simple test is can the candidate kick Trump's ass in a debate, not out smart him, but make Trump look small. If they can find someone who can do that and come off as an authentic human, they'll win by chipping at the Trump cult and motivating the base to come out. Beto never hit Cruz directly in the debates despite multiple opportunities, he's authentic but I don't see him as being able to make Trump bleed.
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    ~The 2018 midterms/special elections thread~

    At what point do we acknowledge federalism is a bad idea and the States are bad at basically everything?
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    Your Democratic House Wish List

    3/5 would be killed by big DNC donors.
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    Your Democratic House Wish List

    Constitutional Amendment: Declare money is not speech. Mandatory public financing of all elections. Political donations are limited per individual to 3x the Federal minimum wage and can only be given by those within the candidate's jurisdiction. Federalization of all elections under the FEC who's Commissioners are appointed by the President, confirmed by the Senate, and supervised by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Political parties get no recognition by State or Federal Governments. Parties wishing to use FEC resources (voter rolls, staff, equipment) for Primaries must allow the Primary to be open to all voters within the relevant jurisdiction. State and Federal political boundaries must align with city and county lines, and be are subject to FEC approval. Medicare for All: All Federal Health Insurance programs are now under Medicare. Medicare covers those over 55, veterans, active duty military, children, and people with disabilities. Those on Medicare can opt for private coverage subsidized by Medicare. Passage of the Disability Integration Act. Creation of the Disability Services Agency with no income or asset restrictions. Ban Employer based insurance, everyone not on Medicare must use the Federal Individual Market that use Medicare drug and service prices.
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    The Grand KKKeebler Elf has "resigned"

    Has it been determined if this is legal without a Senate Confirmation?
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    The Grand KKKeebler Elf has "resigned"

    Given that whether or not this is totally legal is unclear, can we add this is to the list of post Trump executive reforms?
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    The Grand KKKeebler Elf has "resigned"

    Whitaker doesn't need to be confirmed, he's the Acting right now. His power might be limited though. The Vacancy Act might not apply since Sessions wrote his letter in a way that he got fired.
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    The Grand KKKeebler Elf has "resigned"

    Rod Rosenstein is on the way to the White House.
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    The Grand KKKeebler Elf has "resigned"

    Deputy AG will not be the Acting AG.....
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