Examples of statehouse in a Sentence
a field trip to the statehouse to see the legislature in session
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Before that, Republicans in statehouses across the country had been enacting voter identification requirements with similarly little evidence of fraud.
The bill passed with enough votes to overturn a veto in the state Senate, but not the statehouse.
In a lengthy profile of Kasich, New York Magazine first reported on the confrontation between Vos and Kasich this fall at an event for statehouse speakers in Ohio.
The letter sent to Amazon was signed by Emanuel, Rauner, Cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle, and the four Republican and Democratic leaders of the statehouse, among them house speaker Michael Madigan and senate president John Cullerton.
After sending progressive Tom Harkin to the Senate for 30 years and twice delivering the state for Barack Obama, Iowa Democrats are powerless in the House, Senate and statehouse, and remain stunned by Trump’s solid victory in the state last year.
Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker, all called for the bust's removal from the statehouse.
The fight over sanctuary policies is playing out in courtrooms, Congress, statehouses and city councils.
In practical terms, that means first pushing for every state—no matter who controls the statehouse—to adopt the Medicaid expansion (19 states have yet to take that step), which would help close a good deal of the nation’s remaining coverage gap.
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