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For the first time in fifty years, a sitting president visits the United States' largest territory—where citizens can't vote in presidential elections, but are still hit up for campaign cash.
Legislation proposing a publicly owned state bank, the underpinning of a truly local economy, stands a good chance of passing in this session.
Arizona's notorious anti-immigrant crusader is about to become the first State Senate president in US history to be recalled.
Under attack, labor and its allies are redirecting energy and resources to state-level fights.
Only the deepest cuts in the country will satisfy this crowd. Will the treatment kill the patient?
Facing a state budget that guts public jobs and services, a progressive coalition comes alive.
The senator's ideological shape-shifting has fallen out of favor.
In the wake of the shooting tragedy, the nation is seeing a true reflection of a state often misrepresented by its right-wing fringe.
The Washington Post's Ezra Klein joins Chris Hayes to discuss whether a new bipartisan proposal in the Senate could pave the way for states to adopt single-payer healthcare systems.