Barely four months after reiterating that abrogation of the state’s common-law sovereign immunity is a matter for the legislature, not for the courts, the Oklahoma supreme court . . .
Several swing states rely on the oil and gas industry to fill their coffers. Green-energy policies would upend their budgets, with no fix in sight.
Boebert led Coram by nearly 30 points with more than 75 percent of the vote in on Tuesday evening.
O’Dea prevailed over Colorado state representative Ron Hanks, the latter of whom Democrats attempted to boost strategically.
In the Colorado Senate primary, Joe O’Dea defeats Ron Hanks.
Colorado police and the FBI are investigating the incident and searching for the perpetrators.
Dirty tricks cross the line into lawbreaking in a race where Democrats are promoting a ‘Stop the Steal’ Republican.
Democrats are once again pouring money into a GOP primary to support a candidate who they claim is a threat to democracy.
What’s one way to deal with unhelpful precedent? Just ignore it entirely, as Justice Kennedy’s majority opinion in Romer v. Evans does.