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Though Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, has brought an economic optimism to India, it will take approximately two years to achieve 6% growth rate for the country and a high growth rate is necessary to run the Right to Food campaign and the
Des Plaines voters will choose this November whether they want city officials to investigate if an alternative electricity supplier offers better rates than ComEd. A referendum on the Nov. 4 ballot will ask voters to give the city council the
With just 25 per cent registration of first-time voters in the draft summary revision of the voters list carried out in June-July, the district administration has a mammoth task lined up that of getting first-time voters to register themselves ahead
But on Tuesday, opponents filed a lawsuit seeking to remove the question from the November ballot. They say the ballot should be reserved for laws, not the measurement of non-binding feelings. Meanwhile, advocates say putting the question on the
That, in a nutshell, is why talk about impeaching the president is nothing but trouble for the GOP heading toward the November midterms. Sixty-five percent of Americans say Obama should not be impeached, compared to just 33 percent who say he should.
In Kentucky, Senator Mitch McConnell (the Republican incumbent) is in a close fight with Alison Lundergan Grimes (the Democratic challenger). Some recent polls show Grimes leading, some show McConnell leading. McConnell won a primary
R esidents have started collecting signatures to repeal laws approved by Durango City Council to regulate marijuana shops and vacation rentals. Lawyers for a citizens group submitted six affidavits to start a referendum earlier this month, and four
The body to be known as the Council for Responsible Political Behaviour is defined in a code of ethical political conduct which has been developed by the organisations under Roman Catholic Archbishop, Joseph Harris, after several weeks of drafting.
The incumbent Magoffin County judge-executive should be declared the winner of the disputed May primary, a three-judge panel of the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday. A circuit judge had refused to certify a winner in the contest after the
Coloradans for Safe and Clean Energy , the campaign committee behind two local-control ballot initiatives backed by U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, D-Boulder, said Thursday it has passed the 86,105-signature threshold required to get the measures on the fall