Hillary Clinton supporters are unleashing their fury on FBI Director James Comey this morning.
KRQE reports, “Now that Democrats have the majority in both the State House and Senate, it may seem like the possibility of passing new policy is promising, but experts say that’s not necessarily the case.”
“The governor’s going to still have veto power and she’s going to use it very effectively, so I don’t expect there to be major shift or change. In fact, you’re just going to have more of the same, a lot of gridlock and not a lot of policy that’s going to happen,” explained KRQE News 13 political analyst and professor Gabe Sanchez.Justice Judith Nakamura will keep her seat on the state’s high court after narrowly defeating Michael Vigil.
Until now, the state constitution guaranteed people the opportunity to get out of jail before trial, with the narrow exception of those accused of the most serious felonies. Critics said the system routinely allowed violent defendants out on the streets.Voters legalized marijuana for adult social use in California, Nevada and Massachusetts, and for medicinal use in Arkansas. In Colorado, voters approved a measure that will allow physicians to assist a terminally ill person in dying, but defeated a first-in-the-nation universal health care measure.