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Jane Kleeb

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Founder and Executive Director of Bold Nebraska, a political reform group

Jane Kleeb on KCRW

The Republican Party is even less popular with American voters than President Obama, but the GOP is poised to win back control of the Senate in next month’s elections.

The Republicans Are Ready to Win… Are They Ready to Govern?

The Republican Party is even less popular with American voters than President Obama, but the GOP is poised to win back control of the Senate in next month’s elections.

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After more than five years of passionate debate.

The Keystone XL Pipeline Divides the Democrats

After more than five years of passionate debate.

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