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Trump victories certified in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania

President-elect Donald Trump’s victories in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania were certified Monday, further affirming his win over Democrat Hillary Clinton in last month’s presidential election.  Wisconsin finalized its recount, which showed Trump beating Clinton by more than 22,000 votes, on the same day that a federal judge issued a stinging rejection of a Green Party-backed request

Tens of Thousands of Dems Leave Party in Pennsylvania, Switch to Republican

Leah Barkoukis,  The Pennsylvania Republican Party has picked up 243,139 new voters since the November 2015 election—and of these new voters, nearly 100,000 of them switched from the Democratic Party. The state Republican party says that the surge in Republican registrations is nearly twice the number of newly registered Republicans compared to both the 2008

House passes bill to aid children born into opioid dependency

The House of Representatives on Wednesday unanimously passed legislation to improve safety planning for children who are born dependent on opioid drugs.  A similar bill is pending in the Senate. It is one of more than a dozen new measures that are aimed at addressing a U.S. epidemic of addiction to pain pills and cheap

Trump Loses in Wisconsin, But His Lead Remains Formidable

The Republican front-runner was thumped in nearly every demographic category in Tuesday’s primary. The Stop Trump movement enjoyed its greatest victory so far, with Senator Ted Cruz defeating the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination in Tuesday’s Wisconsin primary almost any way the electorate could be sliced.  Donald Trump lost among female voters by 13 percentage points, his worst margin