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    1. The fellows are Jeff Greenfield, Mike Murphy, Maria Latella, Daniel Isom, Lavea Brachman, Tom Harkin, Michael Nutter and Ilana Dayan.

    2. A Senate health committee issued a disturbing report nearly three years ago: In sharp contravention to the Americans with Disabilities Act and a landmark 1999 Supreme Court ruling, many states were warehousing patients with serious but manageable illnesses such as diabetes, blindness and mental illness in nursing homes. Instead of spending available federal and state Medicaid funds on community...

    3. Associated Press/Brennan Linsley A Senate health committee issued a disturbing report nearly three years ago: In sharp contravention to the Americans with Disabilities Act and a landmark 1999 Supreme Court ruling, many states were warehousing patients with serious but manageable illnesses such as diabetes, blindness and mental illness in nursing homes. Frequently, this was being done against the...

    4. MONTICELLO — Pressed again by Pat Murphy on her past support for Republican candidates and organizations, Monica Vernon told her rival for the Democratic nomination in Iowa’s U.S. House...

    5. Could an Iowa woman be the running mate for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump?

    6. #ObamaAndKids: The Truth behind the Hashtag

      Cato InstituteApr 14 06:03 AM

      This article appeared on Cato.org on April 13, 2016. During the last week in February, the hashtag #ObamaAndKids swept Twitter with a nostalgic celebration of Barack Obama’s presidency.

    7. The Axe Files, featuring David Axelrod, is a podcast distributed by CNN and produced at the University of Chicago Institute of Politics. The author works at the institute.

    8. The Gaffe Is Dead! Long Live The Gaffe!

      The Huffington PostApr 08 01:30 PM

      On July 31, 2012, in a far-off land called Poland, someone posed what was, at the time, a defining question in American politics: “What about your gaffes?” That inquiry, hurled at then-presidential candidate Mitt Romney by Washington Post reporter Philip Rucker during the former Massachusetts governor's trip abroad, contained multitudes. Salon’s Alex Pareene suggested that the question should be...

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