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In some cases, they admit their intent to tilt the ideological balance.
They also ousted several tough-on-crime prosecutors, as well as Trump ally Joe Arpaio.
Conservatives and liberals are teaming up to restrict or ban the laws that let officers seize billions of dollars a year from people who haven’t been convicted or, sometimes, even charged with a crime.
The president's "America First" message and his new trade barriers have caused anxiety in states where the economy depends on investment from abroad.
It's pushing governors to hone their diplomatic skills.
The shift there could signal what's to come across the country.