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DemDaily: Cannabis: Red State, Blue State

DemDaily: Cannabis: Red State, Blue State

May 5, 2021 Marijuana legalization has long been seen as a Democratic issue, with blue state lawmakers leading the movement over the last two decades to decriminalize, if not legalize, cannabis...

DemDaily: Rising Latinx Stars

DemDaily: Rising Latinx Stars

May 3, 2021 Join former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo, and a host of Latino leaders for an intergenerational conversation about the rising...

DemDaily: Census Reshuffles Congress

DemDaily: Census Reshuffles Congress

April 28, 2021 The first numbers from the 2020 US Census report were released on Monday, including the apportionment population counts that determine the new breakdown of the 435 US House seats...

DemDaily: A Night At The Movies

DemDaily: A Night At The Movies

April 26, 2021 The annual Academy Awards, which recognizes accomplishment in the movie industry, was held last night, marking the 93rd year of the “Oscars” ceremony. The significantly...

DemDaily: Remembering Mondale

DemDaily: Remembering Mondale

April 23, 2021   Former Vice President Walter Mondale died this week, bringing an end to the life of a respected political leader, liberal champion, civil rights advocate and gracious public...

DemDaily: Guilty

DemDaily: Guilty

April 21, 2021 Yesterday’s verdict in the George Floyd murder trial was one of the most anticipated court decisions in recent history, marking a turning point in a chapter in US history that...