This Week in the States: March 29, 2019
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Future Majority's strategy center is constantly monitoring what's happening on the ground in key states. Here are three things to know that happened this week outside the beltway:
- A federal district judge blocks Trump Administration Medicaid work requirement in Arkansas and Kentucky, a major setback to one of their signature health policies.
- New Mexico Democratic Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signs same-day voter registration into law. Voters in the state will now be able register to vote or change their information on Election Day. New Mexico joins 17 other states and the District of Columbia in allowing same-day voter registration.
- A new New Hampshire Poll by American Research Group, Inc. shows President Trump’s overall job approval rating at 34% approve/58% disapprove. Gov. Sununu’s overall job approval is 58% approve/22% disapprove. Among registered Republicans, Trump’s approval rating has dipped to 69%. As for Trump’s handling of the economy, 38% approve, 55% disapprove and 7% are undecided.
You can download the PDF of the full memo here which has more detail and other news from outside the beltway.
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