Psilocybin mushrooms will be on November ballot here in Colorado. Initiative 58 will ask voters if mushrooms containing psilocybin and psilocin should be decriminalized for anyone 21 and older. Denver7's Colette Bordelon is going in-depth on what this initiative will allow and how it could help people in our state.
Even the former president fears Republican Mehmet Oz could be a loser, sources tell Rolling Stone.
- Rolling Stone
Harriet Hageman says the Wyoming representative didn't actually concede after losing on Election Night, but Cheney has the receipts
- The Guardian
Move designed to show muscle of a new office tasked with policing voting in the state and comes days before primary election
- The Root
Donald Trump booster Carl Paladino, now a New York congressional candidate, is violating federal law by not disclosing his personal finances
Paladino, who's self-funded 99% of his campaign's coffer, has yet to file a financial disclosure detailing his personal finances as required by law.
- The Hill
Jared Kushner says former President Trump instructed his daughter, Ivanka Trump, to set up a meeting with Hillary Clinton following his political foe’s 2016 election loss in an attempt to develop a “cordial relationship.” His father-in-law, Kushner writes in his memoir, “Breaking History,” obtained by ITK and poised to be released on Tuesday, “genuinely wanted…
- Patriot Ledger
Mayor Charles Kokoros has proposed a zoning change which would ban retail sales of recreational marijuana in Braintree.
Mitt Romney says he isn't encouraging Liz Cheney to run for president: 'She would not become the nominee'
Mitt Romney says he no longer wants to encourage people to run for president, especially Liz Cheney, who he says won't "become the nominee."
- The Guardian
Cheney releases recording of her call to Harriet Hageman, conceding her loss in the Wyoming US House primary on Tuesday
- The Hill
Republican J.D. Vance is leading Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) by 3 points in Ohio’s Senate race, according to a new poll. A survey by Emerson College Polling found that Vance, the author of “Hillbilly Elegy,” has 45 percent support among somewhat and very likely general election voters, while Ryan has 42 percent. Four percent of…
- The Wrap
"Just put a bunch of Reese's Pieces in a line off a cliff," the "Daily Show" host joked
- LA Times
Column: California had a nearly $100-billion surplus this year. We don't need to raise taxes with Prop. 30
The tax hike proposed in Proposition 30 would be imposed on personal incomes exceeding $2 million a year, raising up to $5 billion annually, according to the Legislative Analyst's Office.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Federal law enforcement is coming down on the Trump cultists who threatened elections officials after falling for the Big Lie.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
As in August 2016, Ron Johnson trails his re-election opponent. Here's why the latest Marquette Poll suggests a bigger challenge this time
There are important differences between 2016 and 2022. Some could work against Ron Johnson this time, and some could work in his favor.
- BuzzFeed News
With an internet savvy staff and an opponent who is a caricature of a rich celebrity, John Fetterman looks to be having a blast as he tries to troll his way to a Senate seat.View Entire Post ›
- The Telegraph
Rishi Sunak could still spring a Brexit-style surprise and win the Tory leadership contest, one of his leading supporters has said.
- USA TODAY
Rudy Giuliani's attorney declined to comment on the Fulton County session. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has been subpoenaed by the same grand jury.
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- Green Bay Press-Gazette
Tim Michels questions the integrity of the Marquette Law School Poll, says he is actually 'up 5 to 10 points' over Gov. Evers
Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels says he trails Evers because "there's a class of people out there that does not talk to pollsters."
- Associated Press
Former Vice President Mike Pence said Friday that he didn’t take any classified information with him when he left office. The disclosure — which would typically be unremarkable for a former vice president — is notable given that FBI agents seized classified and top secret information from his former boss's Florida estate on Aug. 8 while investigating potential violations of three different federal laws. Former President Donald Trump has claimed that the documents seized by agents were “all declassified."