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Federal Government Affairs

2020 Presidential Election: Where Things Stand

November 3rd is nearly two weeks in our rear view mirror – here is what we know. Most major news outlets have called the race for former Vice President Joe Biden, but President Donald Trump has refused to concede, and has filed a string of lawsuits around the country challenging the results of the election. […]

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Dentons 50

A VIEW FROM THE STATES: Dentons 50 State Network review of the political landscape

Dentons’ Public Policy group has provided a synopsis of the political landscape for each state prepared by members of our Dentons 50 network — experts from all 50 state capitols with a pulse on federal, state and local races in their respective states. We also highlight the states with governors races, attorneys general races and […]

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State Attorneys General

State Attorneys General and Unfair or Deceptive Acts or Practices (UDAP): What to expect in the wake of COVID-19

Almost every state has its own deceptive and unfair trade practices law (UDAP), enforced by that state’s attorney general (AG). No fraud need be involved. The enforcement is civil, not criminal, but the statutory civil fines can be steep. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has ceded much of the enforcement to the states. In the […]

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Local Government Solutions

Everything you need to know about Colorado’s elections

After a long-awaited night, the results of the 2018 midterm elections are in and the determination of Colorado’s state-wide leadership has been decided. The Colorado Secretary of State’s (SOS) office is reporting as of the morning of November 7,2018, that votes have been counted and the following races have been called based on majority percentages. […]

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Elections

2020 Presidential Election: Where Things Stand

November 3rd is nearly two weeks in our rear view mirror – here is what we know. Most major news outlets have called the race for former Vice President Joe Biden, but President Donald Trump has refused to concede, and has filed a string of lawsuits around the country challenging the results of the election. […]

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Colorado

Colorado Election Results – Election results as of 12:00 a.m. MT

The Colorado Results are in! After a long-awaited night, the results of the 2020 general elections for Colorado are in and the determination of Colorado’s leadership has been decided. The Colorado Secretary of State’s (SOS) office is reporting, as of the morning of November 4, 2020, that after counting the votes the followingraces have been […]

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Georgia

Georgia Election Review 2020

Introduction In the aftermath of the 2020 election one thing is clear: Georgia is a swing state. Ever since Stacey Abrams came within 55,000 votes of pulling off the first statewide Democratic victory in Georgia since Zell Miller’s Senate election in 2000, Democrats in Georgia have been calling for further national party investment in the […]

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Hawai`i

Hawaii Governor’s Economic & Community Navigator Announced

Governor David Ige today issued a Proclamation and announced Alan M. Oshima as the Hawaii Economic & Community Navigator. The newly created position in the Office of the Governor will be responsible for the planning and implementation of the Hawai`i Economic Stabilization, Recovery & Resiliency Plan, which will include three phases to recover from COVID-19: 1) Stabilization; 2) Recovery; and 3) […]

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Pennsylvania

Remaining $1.3 billion in coronavirus cash to prop up Pa. state budget rather than help ailing industries

By: Ed Mahon HARRISBURG — Against the pleas of restaurant owners, service providers, and other industries, Republican leaders in the legislature are moving forward with a plan to use all $1.3 billion in remaining coronavirus relief aid to pay for the state budget. In order to avoid raising taxes or borrowing, the legislature intends to […]

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