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Republicans will run on health care reform in 2014 and 2016, so get used to it. But do not believe that it will give them a better chance of securing their seats or the best shot at putting competitive Democratic seats in danger. Democrats in the most rural and the strongest Romney seats will have to be inventive as usual, but Democrats have a lot to say on health care: fix it, don't repeal it, don't put the insurance companies back in charge and take your hands off Medicare.

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America: The Cell Phone Outlook in 2013


The newest National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released in June 2013 shows a snapshot of a new America trending more and more toward cell phone ownership and cell phone exclusivity in their communications habits.The research was conducted in the final 6 months of 20121.

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Democracy Corps is announcing a new initiative -- the Republican Party Project -- by releasing results from the project's first national survey.

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Last week, House Democrats released a new policy agenda called "When Women Succeed, America Succeeds." Their agenda is divided into three broad policy areas—pay, work and family balance, and childcare—with policies in each category aimed at addressing fundamental challenges in women's economic lives.

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hrcArVaMsMapThese are heady days for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all Americans devoted to equality.   Last month, the Supreme struck down the offensive Defense of Marriage Act and made marriage legal again in California.   In national polling, support for marriage equality moved from just 27 percent in 1996 to 55 percent currently.[1]   Reflecting this change, last November voters in four states broke a long string of electoral losses and supported marriage at the ballot box.