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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - David Scott
Finally appearing on Wednesday before White House reporters to address the growing Veteran Affairs (VA) scandal, the normally glib President Obama stumbled noticeably, probably for the three reasons.
U.S. Rep. David Scott has defeated a Democrat primary challenger, virtually assuring his re-election to a seventh term in Congress.
A sign in the Luke House dining room reads, "With God, all things are possible."
The House is expected to consider this week the reauthorization of the farm bill, a multiyear plan for the future of American farming. While much of the media coverage of the debate in the Senate centered on nutrition programs, an important battle is brewing in the House regarding dairy policy.
In her dream, Debra Brown pedals out of a Utah prison on a powder blue bicycle, riding past razor wire that for the last 17 years has kept her from proms and graduations and the birth of seven grandchildren.
"The AP's commitment to government and political reporting is unwavering," said David Scott, AP's newly appointed political editor. "Having strong regionally focused writers with deep knowledge of the national political scene will benefit not just our state reports but the AP's national political coverage. I'm thrilled Jill will soon be in New Jersey to do just that."