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Most Americans support a total cap on campaign donations, and they tend to disagree with the Supreme Court's reasoning in overturning the limits Last Wednesday the Supreme Court ruled that a cap on the total amount of money any individual can donate to all campaigns and parties each election cycle ...
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Republicans think Barack Obama has been both too weak and too powerful… but Democrats say the same thing about George W. Bush Early last month YouGov asked a series of questions about President Obama’s leadership and use of presidential power. The topline figures showed that views are, unsurprisingly, mixed: Americans ...
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Half of Americans back the contraceptive mandate for employers, while just over a third of the public oppose it Last week, the Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments in the lawsuit brought by Hobby Lobby against the 'contraceptive mandate'. As part of the Affordable Care Act, insurers are now required ...
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Most Americans still back the US's defense commitment to other members of NATO, though doubts creep in when asked about specific countries The Russian annexation of Crimea, which is still a part of Ukraine in the eyes of the international community, has raised fears in other former Soviet states that ...
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Most Americans oppose reintroducing the draft, while military and veteran families are more supportive of aggressively fighting terrorism around the world Since 1973, when Richard Nixon ended the draft, the United States military has been exclusively voluntary. Support for the draft hasn't totally died off, however, and since the US ...
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