Donald Trump has locked up a majority of the delegates. He will be the Republican presidential nominee in 2016.
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Despite its appearance near the bottom of the ballot, 75 percent of Georgia GOP primary voters this week supported additional school choice options when voting on a non-binding ballot question. More Republicans answered the ballot question than cast votes in the U.S. Senate race, which was placed at the top of the ballot. There is an open voting […]Read More →
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he supports price controls for drugs in California, but doctors in the state say the proposal is deeply flawed.Read More →
A predictable and transparent formula will ensure schools are accurately funded and state taxpayer money is spent more responsibly.Read More →
A safety audit by federal regulators nearly closed Land Air Express of New England for good in January, but industry data show that the audit may have missed the transport company’s true safety record.Read More →
In 2013-14, 92 percent of D.C. students did not change schools at mid-year. That seems like a solid figure, until one considers that the remainder totals an alarming 6,118 students bouncing from one school to another — or out altogether — in the middle of the school year. With students’ mid-year movement plaguing both traditional […]Read More →