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Reviving the 10th: States watch Texas air quality case

The 10th Amendment — which reserves to the states and the people powers not delegated to the federal government by the Constitution — too often is viewed as a vestigial tail on the Bill of Rights, an atrophied anachronism in the age of sweeping federal activism.

Global warming?

In modern public relations, half the battle is won if you can get the media to embrace your choice of wording.

City Hall closures

Local government officials have assured the public they’re focused on preserving “essential services,” a budget-cutting catch phrase intended to reflect the elimination of frills and the preservation of only core municipal functions.

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