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  • Rauner chain hit for Ohio campaign donations

    Rauner chain hit for Ohio campaign donations
    Executives of a nursing home chain owned by Bruce Rauner's investment firm made banned campaign contributions to Ohio lawmakers in 2003 and then improperly billed Medicaid for reimbursement of the donations, according to court records in the company's...
  • David Moylan: Curing America's ills begins with replacing Obamacare

    David Moylan: Curing America's ills begins with replacing Obamacare
    Washington, D.C., is suffering from a severe sickness that needs to be cured for America to move forward toward prosperity. The economy is stagnant, the federal government is bloated, health care has been ripped out of the hands of physicians and placed...
  • Baltimore official who oversaw Circulator indicted on bribery, money-laundering charges

    Baltimore official who oversaw Circulator indicted on bribery, money-laundering charges
    A former city transportation official who ran the Charm City Circulator and water taxi programs has been federally indicted on charges that he took $90,000 in bribes — prompting city government to conduct a "thorough review of all internal...
  • Lambert pleads guilty in Slate Belt loan case

    Lambert pleads guilty in Slate Belt loan case
    READING — Walter "Buddy" Lambert admitted Tuesday to bilking friends and neighbors who entrusted him with their life savings while he managed a Slate Belt loan agency owned by a well-known Bangor doctor — a multimillion-dollar fraud that...
  • Whatever happened to that 'tyrannical' president?

    Whatever happened to that 'tyrannical' president?
    WASHINGTON — In July, when House Republicans voted to sue the president, they spoke of the urgent need to stop "tyranny" at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue. "Our freedom is in peril," warned Rep. Tom Rice of South Carolina, the man behind the...
  • 9 attorneys in Central Florida get spanked by Supreme Court

    9 attorneys in Central Florida get spanked by Supreme Court
    The past two months revealed a bumper crop of Central Florida attorney discipline cases. The Florida Supreme Court disciplined nine attorneys in the region, out of 32 statewide. According to a news release from the Florida Bar, one of the attorneys...
  • Foley's Charitable Contributions Over 4 Years: $350,000

    Foley's Charitable Contributions Over 4 Years: $350,000
    Republican candidate for governor Tom Foley and his wife, Leslie Fahrenkopf Foley, donated more than $350,000 to charity over the past four years, with most of it going to Harvard College and Harvard Business School, according to publicly available tax...
  • Fonfara Faces Three Challengers In 1st Senate District

    Fonfara Faces Three Challengers In 1st Senate District
    Wethersfield lawyer Barbara Ruhe admits that it has become "a bit of a hobby" running against her political nemesis, Democratic state Sen. John Fonfara of Hartford. Ruhe, a Republican battling Fonfara for the fourth straight general election, said she...
  • MapLight's Daniel Newman wants to help Californians 'follow the money'

     MapLight's Daniel Newman wants to help Californians 'follow the money'
    We all know the Watergate prescription for uncovering political influence: "Follow the money." It's why organizations like MapLight were created — to track donations from source to spending to legislative outcomes. Daniel G. Newman is a co-founder...
  • Congressman battles doctor in 17th District

    In the 17th congressional district, which slices through historically Democratic areas that include parts of the Lehigh Valley, Democratic Congressman Matt Cartwright is facing a challenge from a conservative-leaning doctor operating on a shoestring...
  • Libertarian first-time candidate runs low-cost Senate race against Durbin

     Libertarian first-time candidate runs low-cost Senate race against Durbin
    Sharon Hansen, a Libertarian running for the U.S. Senate in Illinois, is a first-time candidate who recently reported just $53 in her campaign treasury and admits she doesn't even like politics. Hansen, 63, owns a bed-and-breakfast with her husband in...