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Analysis: How this single piece of legislation could change elections forever

Sometime this week, the Democratic-controlled House is expected to pass the "For the People Act," a sweeping set of electoral reforms that would, among others things, seek to increase voting and election security and aim to stem the flow of special interest money from unknown sources into campaigns.

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Everything you've heard about picking a vice president is wrong

Sometime this week -- maybe as soon as today! -- Joe Biden will announce his vice presidential running mate. Until that moment, the speculation over who he might pick (and why) will run rampant. And the vast majority of it will be totally wrong.

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$15 minimum wage won't hurt jobs

The federal minimum wage has become a focal point of the 2020 presidential race and is gaining momentum. Almost all the Democratic candidates support a $15 minimum wage. A bill in the US House of Representatives to gradually raise the federal minimum wage to $15 by 2024 has collected more than 200 cosponsors and could come up for a vote sometime this month. And states around the nation are increasingly phasing in $15 standards.

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Australia shares set to open flat; NZ edges up

Aug 31 (Reuters) - Australian stocks are expected to open flat to slightly higher on Wednesday as investors take a pause and wait for further hints on the pace of U.S. interest rate hikes. Upbeat U.S. consumer spending data has firmed expectations of a U.S. rate hike sometime this year after Fed officials recently said that such a move was possible. Investors would keep a close eye on upcoming U.S. payrolls data for more clues as to when the Fed will make its move. The local share pric

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Britain's EU wish list - be careful what you wish for

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Sometime this week, Britain's prime minister will send a wish list to European Union partners, launching a formal negotiation that could lead to the UK's exit from the 28-nation bloc or subtly change the nature of the union if it stays.

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