problem?The ["Q-01 Who do the democrats have a religion problem ? the question may seem peculiar ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-02 Who may seem peculiar ?"] "
Mormons ["Q-03 Who marked by serious commitment to religion ?"] "
Mormons ["Q-04 Who say religion is very important to their life ; 50 percent pray at least daily ?"] "
Mormons (70 percent).Moreover plenty of Democrats live lives marked by serious commitment to religion. Fifty-five percent profess absolute certainty in their belief in God; 47 percent say religion ["Q-05 Who is very important to their life ; 50 percent pray at least daily ?"] "
Protestant-oriented practices ["Q-06 Who are far from uncommon among democrats Twenty - nine percent read scripture at least weekly vs ?"] "
religious commitment doesn't ["Q-07 Who necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
religion ["Q-08 Who are being fought ?"] "
homosexuality ["Q-09 Who should be accepted rather than discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
Christians ["Q-10 Who discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
Democrats in other words ["Q-11 Who seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-12 Who winning the support of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-13 Who winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Republicans ["Q-14 Who are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Republicans ["Q-15 Who been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
the surface ["Q-16 Who & # 39 ; s got the problem here ? below what and some problems are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
campaign trail already ["Q-17 Who & # 39 ; s got the problem here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- on what are and those problems manifesting themselves already ?"] "
white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity. Who's ["Q-18 Who & # 39 ; what did s got here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
here?But ["Q-19 Who & # 39 ; s got the problem here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- what are and those problems manifesting on the campaign trail already ?"] "
Who's ["Q-20 Who got the problem here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
below the surface ["Q-21 Who are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
evident -- and those problems ["Q-22 Who are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
their coalition ["Q-23 While democrats still win plenty of christian votes religiously committed white christians are of what a steadily shrinking portion with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
correspondingly less clout ["Q-24 While democrats still win plenty of christian votes religiously committed white christians are with what a steadily shrinking portion of their coalition ?"] "
Christian ["Q-25 While democrats still win plenty of what white christians are of their coalition with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-26 Who votes s R white christians are a steadily shrinking portion of their coalition with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-27 Who steadily shrinking portion of their coalition with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
unaffiliated and non-Christian voters ["Q-28 Who has a greater impact in some states than others ?"] "
Orthodox Christian voters ["Q-29 Who are 36 percent of the electorate vs ?"] "
26 percent of the electorate vs. 29 percent Evangelical Protestants ["Q-30 What are but in Ohio they of the electorate vs ?"] "
California unaffiliated and non-Christian voters ["Q-31 Who are only 26 percent of the electorate vs ?"] "
Electoral College ["Q-32 Who need to win in places that look more like Ohio than California ?"] "
demographic advantage ["Q-33 Who turns out to also be a geographic disadvantage ?"] "
working-class voters ["Q-34 Who substantially overlaps polarization some central democratic ambitions ?"] "
the core mission of the Democratic Party ["Q-35 Who was advancing broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
broad-based economic solidarity ["Q-36 Who enacting organizations that spread t D non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
working-class voters ["Q-37 Who gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
mission ["Q-38 Who is much harder to achieve when cultural division gets in the way of solidarity ?"] "
cultural division ["Q-39 Who gets in the way of solidarity ?"] "
cultural division ["Q-40 Who may indeed be getting in the way ?"] "
revoking ["Q-41 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; for what the impulse to call tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-42 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call of what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
cultural division may indeed be getting in the way. Why did Beto O'Rourke ["Q-43 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call in what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-44 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
cultural division may indeed be getting in the way. Why did Beto O'Rourke ["Q-45 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that o J ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-46 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-47 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that p N in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-48 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-49 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-50 Who revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
oppose same-sex marriage. They want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality. But as same-sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter-cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate.That's why an increasingly vocal portion of the Democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O'Rourke's sort framed as anti-discrimination. But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what's being called for is an attack on religion. After all these institutions ["Q-51 While what they want to be able to continue to play their historic role faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
oppose same-sex marriage ["Q-52 What they want to be able to continue to play historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
all these institutions ["Q-53 Who want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-54 Who being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
same-sex marriage ["Q-55 Who gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter - cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate ?"] "
same-sex marriage ["Q-56 Who gets more and more counter - cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate ?"] "
protection ["Q-57 Who are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate ?"] "
O'Rourke's ["Q-58 Who framed as anti - discrimination ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-59 Who being called the p N an attack on religion ?"] "
all these institutions ["Q-60 Who largely just want to be able to continue to operate as they have done historically ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-61 Who have done historically ?"] "
abandoning ["Q-62 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; by what did s beliefs allowed to force them to change either or withdrawing from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-63 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing abandoning ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-64 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? for what is this a genuinely difficult conundrum aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-65 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? of what is this a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware ?"] "
society?This ["Q-66 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; whom did s beliefs allowed to f N to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-67 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either what by abandoning abandoning or withdrawing from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
genuinely difficult conundrum ["Q-68 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? what is this for those aware of the problem ?"] "
religion's beliefs ["Q-69 Who allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-70 Who abandoning people who don & C from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-71 Who is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
square the circle ["Q-72 Who is to hold fast to liberal views but to use more religious language to defend them -- to speak in other words from the religious left ?"] "
Pete Buttigieg ["Q-73 Who did so eloquently at the same town hall where O & # 39 ; Rourke took his controversial stand talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Pete Buttigieg ["Q-74 Who took his controversial stand talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Pete Buttigieg ["Q-75 Who talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Pete Buttigieg ["Q-76 Who brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Christian service ["Q-77 Who subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-78 Who have suggested ? perhaps but you & # 39 ; m not so sure it will help ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-79 Who will help ?"] "
I'm ["Q-80 Who is benighted and wrong & quot ; to & quot ; actually you & # 39 ; m religious and so you can tell i that my particular religious views are benighted and wrong ?"] "
Frank Bruni have suggested?Perhaps but I'm not so sure it will help. It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I ["Q-81 Who can tell i that my particular religious views are benighted and wrong ?"] "
your particular religious views ["Q-82 Who are benighted and wrong ?"] "
spiritual vocabulary religious language ["Q-83 Who can be used to call us to live up to your professed ideals ?"] "
What's ["Q-84 What & # 39 ; of what required s required is not just the language but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences ["Q-85 What & # 39 ; of what required s required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
What's ["Q-86 What & # 39 ; from what required s required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
What's ["Q-87 What & # 39 ; as what required s required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
What's ["Q-88 What & # 39 ; what required s required is of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
What's ["Q-89 Who required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
conservative perspective ["Q-90 Who are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
a truce ["Q-91 What it m N on at least some fronts in the culture war ?"] "
the liberal ["Q-92 Who means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-93 Who devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed ?"] "
liberals ["Q-94 Who take very seriously indeed ?"] "
one doesn't ["Q-95 Who have to seek a truce on the other side & # 39 ; s terms -- and if a truce is viewed as sincere it can change political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
a truce ["Q-96 Who is viewed as sincere it can change political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
a truce ["Q-97 Who sincere the o J political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-98 Who is rejected ?"] "
hearing ["Q-99 What is the political goal after all to get from voters who may view democrats as culturally hostile even as they might be receptive to other parts of the democratic agenda without making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
Frank Bruni have suggested?Perhaps but I'm not so sure it will help. It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I can tell you that your particular religious views are benighted and wrong." Inasmuch as we share a spiritual vocabulary religious language can be used to call us to live up to our professed ideals. It's much harder to use such language against churches themselves as institutions.What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral. It means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war. Unfortunately it's neither easy nor obvious how to do that without devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed.On the other hand one doesn't have to seek a truce on t , voters " ["Q-101 Who might be receptive to other parts of the democratic agenda without making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
voters ["Q-102 Who making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
second-class citizens ["Q-103 What might that goal be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
goal ["Q-104 Who might be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
voters ["Q-105 Who come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
voters ["Q-106 Who is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
religious institutions ["Q-107 Who have changed before under the pressure of political necessity -- including in America ?"] "
1890 ["Q-108 When did the Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
renounced plural marriage ["Q-109 What the Lds church for example officially r J in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
The LDS church ["Q-110 Who officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
The LDS church ["Q-111 Who knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
Utah ["Q-112 Who would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-113 Who granted plural marriage in 1 C ?"] "
Their acceptance of black Mormons into the priesthood in 1978 ["Q-114 How much took place against the backdrop of rapidly changing attitudes toward race in America ?"] "
black Mormons ["Q-115 Who rapidly changing attitudes toward race in America ?"] "
the IRS ["Q-116 Who could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that themselves discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
religiously-affiliated institutions ["Q-117 Who discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
Bob Jones University ["Q-118 Who previously banned ?"] "
Conservatives ["Q-119 Who may believe that today & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
religious conflicts ["Q-120 Who are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
Frank Bruni have suggested?Perhaps but I'm not so sure it will help. It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I can tell you that your particular religious views are benighted and wrong." Inasmuch as we share a spiritual vocabulary religious language can be used to call us to live up to our professed ideals. It's much harder to use such language against churches themselves as institutions.What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral. It means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war. Unfortunately it's neither easy nor obvious how to do that without devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed.On the other hand one doesn't have to seek a truce on t , Democrats " ["Q-122 Who is on their side that should make extending an olive branch easier rather than harder ?"] "
Want more essential commentary and analysis ["Q-123 Who delivered straight to my inbox ? Sign up for the Week & # 39 ; s & quot ; Today & # 39 ; s best articles & quot ; newsletter here ?"] "
Frank Bruni have suggested?Perhaps but I'm not so sure it will help. It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I can tell you that your particular religious views are benighted and wrong." Inasmuch as we share a spiritual vocabulary religious language can be used to call us to live up to our professed ideals. It's much harder to use such language against churches themselves as institutions.What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral. It means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war. Unfortunately it's neither easy nor obvious how to do that without devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed.On the other hand one doesn't have to seek a truce on t , problem?The " ["Q-01 Democrats & # 39 ; what do religion conundrum Do democrats have a religion problem ? the question may seem peculiar ?"] "
problem?The ["Q-02 Democrats & # 39 ; what do religion conundrum do the democrats have ? the question may seem peculiar ?"] "
peculiar ["Q-03 Democrats & # 39 ; religion conundrum do the democrats have a religion problem ? what may the question seem ?"] "
problem?The ["Q-04 Who do the democrats have a religion problem ? the question may seem peculiar ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-05 Who may seem peculiar ?"] "
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their life ["Q-016 Fifty - five percent profess absolute certainty in their belief in God ; 47 percent say to what is religion very important ; 50 percent pray at least daily ?"] "
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Mormons ["Q-018 Who say religion is very important to their life ; 50 percent pray at least daily ?"] "
Mormons (70 percent).Moreover plenty of Democrats live lives marked by serious commitment to religion. Fifty-five percent profess absolute certainty in their belief in God; 47 percent say religion ["Q-019 Who is very important to their life ; 50 percent pray at least daily ?"] "
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least weekly vs. 43 percent of Republicans ["Q-021 Even such protestant - oriented practices as at what are regular reading of scripture far from uncommon among democrats Twenty - nine percent read scripture ?"] "
Protestant-oriented practices ["Q-022 Who are far from uncommon among democrats Twenty - nine percent read scripture at least weekly vs ?"] "
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endorsement ["Q-025 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; into what t necessarily translate of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
doesn't ["Q-026 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; of what t necessarily translate into endorsement on sexuality and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
doesn't ["Q-027 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; on what t necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
traditional views on sexuality and gender ["Q-028 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; t necessarily translate into endorsement of of what the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars are being fought ?"] "
doesn't ["Q-029 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; what t necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
doesn't ["Q-030 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; t necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and what are legal wars of religion being fought ?"] "
religious commitment doesn't ["Q-031 Who necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
religion ["Q-032 Who are being fought ?"] "
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religious commitment ["Q-034 For example among the 54 percent of christians who believe what should that homosexuality be accepted rather than discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
verbal and legal wars of religion ["Q-035 For example among the 54 percent of christians who believe that homosexuality should be accepted rather what did than discouraged discouraged percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
religious services ["Q-036 For example among the 54 percent of christians who believe that homosexuality should be accepted rather what did than discouraged discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent a R at least once a week ?"] "
homosexuality ["Q-037 Who should be accepted rather than discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
Christians ["Q-038 Who discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
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other words ["Q-040 Democrats in at what other words seem to be reasonably successful of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
substantial minority ["Q-041 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably of what successful at winning winning the support of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
successful ["Q-042 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably of what successful at winning winning the support of a substantial minority while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
successful ["Q-043 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably while what successful at winning winning the support of a substantial minority of christian voters large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Orthodox ["Q-044 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of as what Christian voters while winning winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly of the electorate ?"] "
Orthodox ["Q-045 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of of what Christian voters while winning winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage ?"] "
support ["Q-046 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably what successful at winning winning of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Orthodox ["Q-047 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of what Christian voters while winning winning among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Orthodox ["Q-048 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of what Christian voters while winning winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Democrats in other words ["Q-049 Who seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-050 Who winning the support of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-051 Who winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I can tell you that your particular religious views are benighted and wrong." Inasmuch as we share a spiritual vocabulary religious language can be used to call us to live up to our professed ideals. It's much harder to use such language against churches themselves as institutions.What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral. It means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war. Unfortunately it's neither easy nor obvious how to do that without devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed.On the other hand one doesn't have to seek a truce on the other side's terms -- and if a truce is viewed as sincere it can c , a particular strain " ["Q-053 Republicans with what are by contrast increasingly identified within american religion -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
American religion ["Q-054 Republicans within what are by contrast increasingly identified with a particular strain -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Trump administration's bond ["Q-055 Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has where been been accentuated accentuated & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
white evangelical voters -- ["Q-056 Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has with what been been accentuated accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Trump administration's bond ["Q-057 Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has from what been been accentuated accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent ?"] "
Trump administration's bond ["Q-058 Republicans what are by contrast with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Trump administration's bond ["Q-059 Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has what been been accentuated accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
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Trump administration's bond ["Q-061 Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has what been been accentuated accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling who dissent from this identity ?"] "
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the surface ["Q-065 Who & # 39 ; s got the problem here ? below what and some problems are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
campaign trail already ["Q-066 Who & # 39 ; s got the problem here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- on what are and those problems manifesting themselves already ?"] "
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here?But look below the surface ["Q-070 Who are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
evident -- and those problems ["Q-071 Who are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
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their coalition ["Q-073 While democrats still win plenty of christian votes religiously committed white christians are of what a steadily shrinking portion with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
correspondingly less clout ["Q-074 While democrats still win plenty of christian votes religiously committed white christians are with what a steadily shrinking portion of their coalition ?"] "
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non-Christian ["Q-079 And that & # 39 ; s a practical problem because the democrats & # 39 ; advantage with unaffiliated and in what does non - christian voters has a greater impact than others ?"] "
non-Christian voters has a greater impact in some states than others ["Q-080 And that & # 39 ; s a practical problem because the democrats & # 39 ; advantage with unaffiliated and than what does non - christian voters has a greater impact in some states ?"] "
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unaffiliated and non-Christian voters ["Q-082 Who has a greater impact in some states than others ?"] "
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Orthodox Christian voters (44 percent vs. 34 percent). Democrats also claim an overwhelming majority of historically black Protestant denominations as well as 40 percent of mainline Protestants and a majority of voters from non-Christian religious traditions like Buddhism (69 percent) Islam (62 percent) and Hinduism (61 percent). Republicans dominate only amongst Evangelical Protestants (56 percent) and Mormons (70 percent).Moreover plenty of Democrats live lives marked by serious commitment to religion. Fifty-five percent profess absolute certainty in their belief in God; 47 percent say religion is very important to their life; 50 percent pray at least daily. Even such Protestant-oriented practices as regular reading of scripture are far from uncommon among Democrats Twenty-nine percent read scripture at least weekly vs. 43 percent of Republicans. And religious commitment doesn't necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot-b , 36 percent of the electorate vs. Evangelical Protestants " ["Q-085 In California unaffiliated and what are non - christian voters of the electorate vs ?"] "
Orthodox Christian voters ["Q-086 Who are 36 percent of the electorate vs ?"] "
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articles" ["Q-089 ]
Evangelical Protestants ["Q-090 Of what are but in Ohio they only 26 percent ?"] "
26 percent of the electorate vs. 29 percent Evangelical Protestants ["Q-091 What are but in Ohio they of the electorate vs ?"] "
California unaffiliated and non-Christian voters ["Q-092 Who are only 26 percent of the electorate vs ?"] "
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nothing of the Senate they need to win in places that look more like Ohio ["Q-095 29 percent evangelical protestants -- and if the democrats want to win the Electoral College to say where nothing of the Senate they need to win in places that look more than California ?"] "
nothing of the Senate they need to win in places that look more like Ohio than California ["Q-096 29 percent evangelical protestants -- and if the democrats want to win the Electoral College to say where nothing of the Senate they need to win in places that look more like Ohio ?"] "
Electoral College ["Q-097 Who need to win in places that look more like Ohio than California ?"] "
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a geographic disadvantage ["Q-099 As so often what turns a demographic advantage out to also be ?"] "
advantage ["Q-0100 Who turns out to also be a geographic disadvantage ?"] "
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frustrates some central Democratic ambitions ["Q-0102 And religious polarization like the racial polarization among working - class voters with which what it substantially o N ?"] "
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prosperity ["Q-0105 Historically the core mission of the Democratic Party was advancing of what broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering enacting non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
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broad-based economic solidarity ["Q-0108 Historically what was the core mission of the Democratic Party advancing and fostering non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
non-governmental organizations ["Q-0109 Historically the core mission of the Democratic Party was advancing what broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering enacting that spread the benefits of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
racial polarization among working-class voters ["Q-0110 Historically the core mission of the Democratic Party was advancing what broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering enacting non - governmental organizations that spread of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
religious polarization like the racial polarization among working-class voters ["Q-0111 Historically the core mission of the Democratic Party was advancing broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely what did and gave more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
the core mission of the Democratic Party ["Q-0112 Who was advancing broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
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working-class voters ["Q-0114 Who gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
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prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country's direction ["Q-0116 That mission is much harder to achieve when in what does cultural division gets of solidarity ?"] "
solidarity ["Q-0117 That mission is much harder to achieve when of what does cultural division gets in the way ?"] "
mission ["Q-0118 Who is much harder to achieve when cultural division gets in the way of solidarity ?"] "
cultural division ["Q-0119 Who gets in the way of solidarity ?"] "
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solidarity ["Q-0121 But in what cultural division may indeed be getting ?"] "
solidarity ["Q-0122 But what cultural division may indeed be getting in the way ?"] "
cultural division ["Q-0123 Who may indeed be getting in the way ?"] "
Week's "Today's best articles" ["Q-0124 ]
revoking ["Q-0125 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; for what the impulse to call tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-0126 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call of what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-0127 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call in what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
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cultural division may indeed be getting in the way. Why did Beto O'Rourke ["Q-0130 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
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cultural division ["Q-0133 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do ?"] "
feel the impulse ["Q-0134 Who revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
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civil society -- running schools health-care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same-sex marriage. They want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality. But as same-sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter-cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate.That's why an increasingly vocal portion of the Democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O'Rourke's sort framed as anti-discrimination. But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what's being called for is an attack on religion. After all these institutions ["Q-0136 They want to be able to continue to play their to what historic role while being being faithful"
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human sexuality ["Q-0138 They want to be able to continue to play their of what historic role while being being faithful to their traditional view ?"] "
oppose same-sex marriage. They want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality. But as same-sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter-cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate.That's why an increasingly vocal portion of the Democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O'Rourke's sort framed as anti-discrimination. But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what's being called for is an attack on religion. After all these institutions ["Q-0139 What they want to be able to continue to play historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
oppose same-sex marriage. They want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality. But as same-sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter-cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate.That's why an increasingly vocal portion of the Democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O'Rourke's sort framed as anti-discrimination. But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what's being called for is an attack on religion. After all these institutions ["Q-0140 Who want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
Republicans. And religious commitment doesn't necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot-button subjects around which our verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought. For example among the 54 percent of Christians who believe that homosexuality should be accepted rather than discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week.Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of Christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non-Christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate. Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within American religion -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration's bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity. Who&# , Week's "Today's best articles" " ["Q-0142 ]
part ["Q-0143 But as on what does same - sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination gets more and more counter - cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate ?"] "
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a religious license fo discriminate ["Q-0146 But as same - sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and for what are counter - cultural and their call for protection perceived rightly as a demand ?"] "
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their part ["Q-0148 But as same - sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on whose part gets more and more counter - cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate ?"] "
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same-sex marriage ["Q-0150 Who gets more and more counter - cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate ?"] "
protection ["Q-0151 Who are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate ?"] "
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That's ["Q-0153 That & # 39 ; s why an increasingly vocal portion of positively to rhetoric & # 39 ; Rourke & # 39 ; s sort framed as anti - discrimination ?"] "
anti-discrimination ["Q-0154 That & # 39 ; s why an increasingly vocal portion of the democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O & # 39 ; Rourke & # 39 ; did s sort framed ?"] "
O'Rourke's ["Q-0155 Who framed as anti - discrimination ?"] "
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religion ["Q-0157 But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what & # 39 ; on what being s being called for called an attack ?"] "
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what's ["Q-0160 Who being called the p N an attack on religion ?"] "
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human sexuality. But as same-sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter-cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate.That's why an increasingly vocal portion of the Democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O'Rourke's sort framed as anti-discrimination. But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what's ["Q-0162 After all as whom these institutions largely just want to be able to continue to operate have done historically ?"] "
human sexuality. But as same-sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter-cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate.That's why an increasingly vocal portion of the Democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O'Rourke's sort framed as anti-discrimination. But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what's being called for is an attack on religion ["Q-0163 After all these institutions largely just want to be able to continue to operate what have as they done historically ?"] "
all these institutions ["Q-0164 Who largely just want to be able to continue to operate as they have done historically ?"] "
all these institutions ["Q-0165 Who have done historically ?"] "
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abandoning their beliefs ["Q-0167 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; by what did s beliefs allowed to force them to change either or withdrawing from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-0168 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing abandoning ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-0169 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? for what is this a genuinely difficult conundrum aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-0170 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? of what is this a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware ?"] "
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society?This ["Q-0174 Who allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
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society?This ["Q-0176 Who is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
quot;Today's best articles" ["Q-0177 ]
the circle is to hold fast to liberal views ["Q-0178 One often - proposed way to square to what is the circle to hold fast but to use more religious language to defend them -- to speak in other words from the religious left ?"] "
the circle ["Q-0179 One often - proposed way to square in what is the circle to hold fast to liberal views but to use more religious language to defend them -- to speak from the religious left ?"] "
religious left ["Q-0180 One often - proposed way to square from what is the circle to hold fast to liberal views but to use more religious language to defend them -- to speak in other words ?"] "
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the circle ["Q-0182 One often - proposed way to square whom is the circle to hold fast to liberal views but to use more religious language to defend -- to speak in other words from the religious left ?"] "
square the circle ["Q-0183 Who is to hold fast to liberal views but to use more religious language to defend them -- to speak in other words from the religious left ?"] "
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O'Rourke ["Q-0185 Plenty of democrats do this in fact -- Pete Buttigieg did so eloquently at the same town hall where O & # 39 ; Rourke took his to what controversial stand talking talking about how marriage brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
deeper understanding ["Q-0186 Plenty of democrats do this in fact -- Pete Buttigieg did so eloquently at the same town hall where O & # 39 ; Rourke took his controversial stand talking about how marriage to to what his husband brought him of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
the needs of another ["Q-0187 Plenty of democrats do this in fact -- Pete Buttigieg did so eloquently at the same town hall where O & # 39 ; Rourke took his controversial stand talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to to what a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating subordinating the self of another ?"] "
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another ["Q-0190 Plenty of democrats do this in fact -- Pete Buttigieg did so eloquently at the same town hall where O & # 39 ; Rourke took his controversial stand talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to of what a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating subordinating the self to the needs ?"] "
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the self ["Q-0193 Plenty of democrats do this in fact -- Pete Buttigieg did so eloquently at the same town hall where O & # 39 ; Rourke took his controversial stand talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to what a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating subordinating to the needs of another ?"] "
O'Rourke ["Q-0194 Plenty of democrats do this in fact -- Pete Buttigieg did so eloquently at the same town hall where O & # 39 ; Rourke took whose controversial stand talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
O'Rourke ["Q-0195 Plenty of democrats do this in fact -- Pete Buttigieg did so eloquently at the same town hall where O & # 39 ; Rourke took his controversial stand talking about how marriage to whose husband brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
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Pete Buttigieg ["Q-0197 Who took his controversial stand talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Pete Buttigieg ["Q-0198 Who talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Pete Buttigieg ["Q-0199 Who brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Pete Buttigieg did so eloquently at the same town hall where O'Rourke took his controversial stand talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service ["Q-0200 Who subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
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commentators like Frank Bruni have suggested?Perhaps but I'm ["Q-0202 Is as what the model t you other democrats should follow like Frank Bruni have suggested ? perhaps but you & # 39 ; m not so sure it will help ?"] "
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Frank Bruni ["Q-0208 Who have suggested ? perhaps but you & # 39 ; m not so sure it will help ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-0209 Who will help ?"] "
I'm ["Q-0210 Is t you the model how much t t N N N other democrats should follow as commentators like Frank Bruni have suggested ? perhaps but you & # 39 ; m not so sure it will help ?"] "
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It's ["Q-0212 It & # 39 ; s not obviously a big improvement to move from & quot ; religion is benighted and wrong & quot ; to & quot ; actually you & # 39 ; m religious and so that what can you tell i particular religious views are benighted and wrong ?"] "
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Frank Bruni have suggested?Perhaps but I'm not so sure it will help. It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I ["Q-0218 Who can tell i that my particular religious views are benighted and wrong ?"] "
your particular religious views ["Q-0219 Who are benighted and wrong ?"] "
It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I can tell you that your particular religious views are benighted and wrong." Inasmuch as we share a spiritual vocabulary religious language can be used to call us to live up to our professed ideals. It's much harder to use such language against churches themselves as institutions.What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral. It means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war. Unfortunately it's neither easy nor obvious how to do that without devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed.On the other hand one doesn't have to seek a truce on the other side's terms -- and if a truce is viewed as sincere it can c , religious language " ["Q-0221 & quot ; Inasmuch as you share a spiritual vocabulary to what can religious language be used to call us to live up professed ideals ?"] "
religious language ["Q-0222 & quot ; Inasmuch as you share a spiritual vocabulary what can religious language be used to call us to live up to your professed ideals ?"] "
us ["Q-0223 & quot ; Inasmuch as you share a spiritual vocabulary whom can religious language be used to call to live up to your professed ideals ?"] "
spiritual vocabulary religious language ["Q-0224 Who can be used to call us to live up to your professed ideals ?"] "
It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I can tell you that your particular religious views are benighted and wrong." Inasmuch as we share a spiritual vocabulary religious language can be used to call us to live up to our professed ideals. It's much harder to use such language against churches themselves as institutions.What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral. It means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war. Unfortunately it's neither easy nor obvious how to do that without devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed.On the other hand one doesn't have to seek a truce on the other side's terms -- and if a truce is viewed as sincere it can c , churches " ["Q-0226 It & # 39 ; s much harder to use such language against whom c c N N N as institutions ?"] "
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conservative perspective ["Q-0234 Who are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
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faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral ["Q-0236 On what it means ultimately seeking a truce in the culture war ?"] "
culture war ["Q-0237 In what it means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts ?"] "
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Frank Bruni ["Q-0243 Who devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed ?"] "
liberals ["Q-0244 Who take very seriously indeed ?"] "
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even if it is rejected ["Q-0246 On the other hand one doesn & # 39 ; do t have to seek a truce & # 39 ; s terms -- and if a truce is viewed as sincere it can change political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
even if it is rejected ["Q-0247 On the other hand one doesn & # 39 ; if what do t have to seek a truce on the other side & # 39 ; s terms -- and is viewed as sincere it can change political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
sincere ["Q-0248 On the other hand one doesn & # 39 ; t have to seek a truce on the other side & # 39 ; s terms -- as what is and if a truce viewed can change political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
sincere ["Q-0249 On the other hand one doesn & # 39 ; t have to seek a truce on the other side & # 39 ; s terms -- and if a truce is viewed as if whom can it change political perceptions even is rejected ?"] "
even if it is rejected ["Q-0250 On the other hand one doesn & # 39 ; what do t have to seek on the other side & # 39 ; s terms -- and if a truce is viewed as sincere it can change political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
even if it is rejected ["Q-0251 On the other hand one doesn & # 39 ; t have to seek a truce on the other side & # 39 ; s terms -- what is and if a truce viewed as sincere it can change political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
political perceptions ["Q-0252 On the other hand one doesn & # 39 ; t have to seek a truce on the other side & # 39 ; s terms -- and if a truce is viewed as what can it change even if it is rejected ?"] "
even if it is rejected ["Q-0253 On the other hand one doesn & # 39 ; t have to seek a truce on the other side & # 39 ; s terms -- and if a truce is viewed as sincere it can change political perceptions even what is if it rejected ?"] "
one doesn't ["Q-0254 Who have to seek a truce on the other side & # 39 ; s terms -- and if a truce is viewed as sincere it can change political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
a truce ["Q-0255 Who is viewed as sincere it can change political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
a truce ["Q-0256 Who sincere the o J political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-0257 Who is rejected ?"] "
It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I can tell you that your particular religious views are benighted and wrong." Inasmuch as we share a spiritual vocabulary religious language can be used to call us to live up to our professed ideals. It's much harder to use such language against churches themselves as institutions.What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral. It means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war. Unfortunately it's neither easy nor obvious how to do that without devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed.On the other hand one doesn't have to seek a truce on the other side's terms -- and if a truce is viewed as sincere it can c , other parts of the Democratic agenda " ["Q-0259 The political goal after all is to get a hearing from voters who may view democrats as culturally hostile even to what might as they be receptive of the democratic agenda without making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
voters ["Q-0260 From what is the political goal after all to get a hearing who may view democrats as culturally hostile even as they might be receptive to other parts of the democratic agenda without making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
The political goal after all is to get a hearing from voters who may view Democrats as culturally hostile even as they might be receptive to other parts of the Democratic agenda without making any other members of the Democratic coalition feel like second-class citizens ["Q-0261 As whom is the political goal after all to get a hearing from voters who may view democrats as culturally hostile even might be receptive to other parts of the democratic agenda without making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
Democratic agenda ["Q-0262 The political goal after all is to get a hearing from voters who may view democrats as culturally hostile even of what might as they be receptive to other parts without making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
making any other members of the Democratic coalition feel like second-class citizens. That goal might be achieved even without a truce in the culture war ["Q-0263 The political goal after all is to get a hearing from voters who may view democrats as culturally hostile even without what might as they be receptive to other parts of the democratic agenda other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
Democratic agenda ["Q-0264 The political goal after all is to get a hearing from voters who may view democrats as culturally hostile even as they might be receptive to other parts of of what the democratic agenda without making making any other members like second - class citizens ?"] "
like second-class citizens ["Q-0265 The political goal after all is to get a hearing from voters who may view democrats as culturally hostile even as they might be receptive to other parts of the democratic agenda without making making any other members of the democratic coalition feel ?"] "
hearing ["Q-0266 What is the political goal after all to get from voters who may view democrats as culturally hostile even as they might be receptive to other parts of the democratic agenda without making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
Democratic agenda ["Q-0267 The political goal after all is to get a hearing from voters who may view democrats as culturally hostile even as they might be receptive to other parts of what the democratic agenda without making making of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
The political goal after all ["Q-0268 Who is to get a hearing from voters who may view democrats as culturally hostile even as they might be receptive to other parts of the democratic agenda without making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
voters ["Q-0269 Who might be receptive to other parts of the democratic agenda without making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
voters ["Q-0270 Who making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
articles" ["Q-0271 ]
a truce ["Q-0272 Without what might that goal be achieved even in the culture war if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
culture war ["Q-0273 In what might that goal be achieved even without a truce if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
those voters ["Q-0274 If what might that goal be achieved even without a truce in the culture war come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
second-class citizens ["Q-0275 That goal might be achieved even that whom do without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
second-class citizens ["Q-0276 What might that goal be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
conservatives ["Q-0277 That goal might be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude what is that it who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
political goal after all is to get a hearing from voters who may view Democrats as culturally hostile even as they might be receptive to other parts of the Democratic agenda without making any other members of the Democratic coalition feel like second-class citizens ["Q-0278 That goal might be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude what is that it conservatives who are prolonging unnecessarily ?"] "
goal ["Q-0279 Who might be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
voters ["Q-0280 Who come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
voters ["Q-0281 Who is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
articles" ["Q-0282 ]
pressure ["Q-0283 And before what have religious institutions changed of political necessity -- including in America ?"] "
political necessity ["Q-0284 And of what have religious institutions changed before under the pressure -- including in America ?"] "
America ["Q-0285 And where have religious institutions changed before under the pressure of political necessity -- including ?"] "
conservatives ["Q-0286 And what have religious institutions changed before under the pressure of political necessity -- including in America ?"] "
religious institutions ["Q-0287 Who have changed before under the pressure of political necessity -- including in America ?"] "
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1890 ["Q-0289 When did the Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
religious institutions have changed before under the pressure of political necessity -- including in America. The LDS church for example officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did. Their acceptance of black Mormons ["Q-0290 Because whom did the Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
The LDS church for example officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ["Q-0291 The Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew unless whom Utah would not be granted statehood did ?"] "
renounced plural marriage ["Q-0292 What the Lds church for example officially r J in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
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statehood ["Q-0294 The Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew what Utah would not be granted unless they did ?"] "
The LDS church ["Q-0295 Who officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
The LDS church ["Q-0296 Who knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
Utah ["Q-0297 Who would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
Utah ["Q-0298 Who granted plural marriage in 1 C ?"] "
1890 ["Q-0299 In how much did the Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
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Their acceptance of black Mormons into the priesthood in 1978 ["Q-0301 How much took place against the backdrop of rapidly changing attitudes toward race in America ?"] "
race ["Q-0302 Their acceptance of black Mormons into the priesthood in 1978 took toward what place against the backdrop of rapidly changing attitudes in America ?"] "
America ["Q-0303 Their acceptance of black Mormons into the priesthood in 1978 took where place against the backdrop of rapidly changing attitudes toward race ?"] "
place ["Q-0304 Their acceptance of black Mormons into the priesthood in 1978 took what place against the backdrop of rapidly changing toward race in America ?"] "
black Mormons ["Q-0305 Who rapidly changing attitudes toward race in America ?"] "
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articles" ["Q-0307 ]
religiously-affiliated institutions ["Q-0308 United states established against what could that the Irs discriminate that themselves discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
the basis ["Q-0309 United states established that the Irs could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that on what did themselves discriminated of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
race -- ["Q-0310 United states established that the Irs could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that of what did themselves discriminated on the basis -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
Bob Jones University vs. ["Q-0311 United states established that the Irs could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that themselves discriminated on the basis of race -- that whom the inter - racial relationships previously banned ?"] "
inter-racial relationships ["Q-0312 United states established that the Irs could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that what did themselves discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits that it previously banned ?"] "
the IRS ["Q-0313 Who could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that themselves discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
religiously-affiliated institutions ["Q-0314 Who discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
Bob Jones University ["Q-0315 Who previously banned ?"] "
articles" ["Q-0316 ]
religious conflicts are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time. If Democrats truly believe that time is on their side that should make extending an olive branch easier rather than harder ["Q-0317 May conservatives believe & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
different character ["Q-0318 Conservatives may believe that today & # 39 ; s of what are religious conflicts but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
the fullness ["Q-0319 Conservatives may believe that today & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of in what will a different character but that question be answered of time ?"] "
inter-racial relationships that it previously banned.Conservatives may believe that today's religious conflicts ["Q-0320 Conservatives may believe that today & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of of what will a different character but that question be answered in the fullness ?"] "
religious conflicts ["Q-0321 Conservatives may believe that today & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of what will a different character but that question be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
Conservatives ["Q-0322 Who may believe that today & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
religious conflicts ["Q-0323 Who are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
Bob Jones University permits the inter-racial relationships that it previously banned.Conservatives may believe that today's religious conflicts are of a different character but that question ["Q-0324 Who will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
Week's "Today's best articles" ["Q-0325 ]
their side ["Q-0326 If democrats truly believe on what is that time that should make extending an olive branch easier rather than harder ?"] "
olive branch easier ["Q-0327 If democrats truly believe what is that time on their side that should make extending easier rather than harder ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-0328 Who is on their side that should make extending an olive branch easier rather than harder ?"] "
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your inbox ["Q-0330 Want more to what did essential commentary and analysis like this delivered delivered straight ? Sign up for the Week & # 39 ; s & quot ; Today & # 39 ; s best articles & quot ; newsletter here ?"] "
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problem?The ["Q-01 Who do the democrats have a religion problem ? the question may seem peculiar ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-02 Who may seem peculiar ?"] "
Mormons ["Q-03 Who marked by serious commitment to religion ?"] "
Mormons ["Q-04 Who say religion is very important to their life ; 50 percent pray at least daily ?"] "
Mormons (70 percent).Moreover plenty of Democrats live lives marked by serious commitment to religion. Fifty-five percent profess absolute certainty in their belief in God; 47 percent say religion ["Q-05 Who is very important to their life ; 50 percent pray at least daily ?"] "
Protestant-oriented practices ["Q-06 Who are far from uncommon among democrats Twenty - nine percent read scripture at least weekly vs ?"] "
religious commitment doesn't ["Q-07 Who necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
religion ["Q-08 Who are being fought ?"] "
homosexuality ["Q-09 Who should be accepted rather than discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
Christians ["Q-10 Who discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
Democrats in other words ["Q-11 Who seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-12 Who winning the support of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-13 Who winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Republicans ["Q-14 Who are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Republicans ["Q-15 Who been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
the surface ["Q-16 Who & # 39 ; s got the problem here ? below what and some problems are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
campaign trail already ["Q-17 Who & # 39 ; s got the problem here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- on what are and those problems manifesting themselves already ?"] "
white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity. Who's ["Q-18 Who & # 39 ; what did s got here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
here?But ["Q-19 Who & # 39 ; s got the problem here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- what are and those problems manifesting on the campaign trail already ?"] "
Who's ["Q-20 Who got the problem here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
below the surface ["Q-21 Who are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
evident -- and those problems ["Q-22 Who are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
their coalition ["Q-23 While democrats still win plenty of christian votes religiously committed white christians are of what a steadily shrinking portion with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
correspondingly less clout ["Q-24 While democrats still win plenty of christian votes religiously committed white christians are with what a steadily shrinking portion of their coalition ?"] "
Christian ["Q-25 While democrats still win plenty of what white christians are of their coalition with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-26 Who votes s R white christians are a steadily shrinking portion of their coalition with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-27 Who steadily shrinking portion of their coalition with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
unaffiliated and non-Christian voters ["Q-28 Who has a greater impact in some states than others ?"] "
Orthodox Christian voters ["Q-29 Who are 36 percent of the electorate vs ?"] "
26 percent of the electorate vs. 29 percent Evangelical Protestants ["Q-30 What are but in Ohio they of the electorate vs ?"] "
California unaffiliated and non-Christian voters ["Q-31 Who are only 26 percent of the electorate vs ?"] "
Electoral College ["Q-32 Who need to win in places that look more like Ohio than California ?"] "
demographic advantage ["Q-33 Who turns out to also be a geographic disadvantage ?"] "
working-class voters ["Q-34 Who substantially overlaps polarization some central democratic ambitions ?"] "
the core mission of the Democratic Party ["Q-35 Who was advancing broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
broad-based economic solidarity ["Q-36 Who enacting organizations that spread t D non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
working-class voters ["Q-37 Who gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
mission ["Q-38 Who is much harder to achieve when cultural division gets in the way of solidarity ?"] "
cultural division ["Q-39 Who gets in the way of solidarity ?"] "
cultural division ["Q-40 Who may indeed be getting in the way ?"] "
revoking ["Q-41 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; for what the impulse to call tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-42 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call of what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
cultural division may indeed be getting in the way. Why did Beto O'Rourke ["Q-43 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call in what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-44 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
cultural division may indeed be getting in the way. Why did Beto O'Rourke ["Q-45 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that o J ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-46 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
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Beto O'Rourke ["Q-48 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-49 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-50 Who revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
oppose same-sex marriage. They want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality. But as same-sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter-cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate.That's why an increasingly vocal portion of the Democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O'Rourke's sort framed as anti-discrimination. But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what's being called for is an attack on religion. After all these institutions ["Q-51 While what they want to be able to continue to play their historic role faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
oppose same-sex marriage ["Q-52 What they want to be able to continue to play historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
all these institutions ["Q-53 Who want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-54 Who being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
same-sex marriage ["Q-55 Who gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter - cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate ?"] "
same-sex marriage ["Q-56 Who gets more and more counter - cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate ?"] "
protection ["Q-57 Who are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate ?"] "
O'Rourke's ["Q-58 Who framed as anti - discrimination ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-59 Who being called the p N an attack on religion ?"] "
all these institutions ["Q-60 Who largely just want to be able to continue to operate as they have done historically ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-61 Who have done historically ?"] "
abandoning ["Q-62 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; by what did s beliefs allowed to force them to change either or withdrawing from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-63 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing abandoning ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-64 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? for what is this a genuinely difficult conundrum aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-65 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? of what is this a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware ?"] "
society?This ["Q-66 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; whom did s beliefs allowed to f N to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-67 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either what by abandoning abandoning or withdrawing from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
genuinely difficult conundrum ["Q-68 Why are people who don & # 39 ; t profess to adhere to their religion & # 39 ; s beliefs allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? what is this for those aware of the problem ?"] "
religion's beliefs ["Q-69 Who allowed to force them to change either by abandoning their beliefs or withdrawing from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-70 Who abandoning people who don & C from society ? this is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
society?This ["Q-71 Who is a genuinely difficult conundrum for those aware of the problem ?"] "
square the circle ["Q-72 Who is to hold fast to liberal views but to use more religious language to defend them -- to speak in other words from the religious left ?"] "
Pete Buttigieg ["Q-73 Who did so eloquently at the same town hall where O & # 39 ; Rourke took his controversial stand talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Pete Buttigieg ["Q-74 Who took his controversial stand talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Pete Buttigieg ["Q-75 Who talking about how marriage to his husband brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Pete Buttigieg ["Q-76 Who brought him to a deeper understanding of Christian service subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Christian service ["Q-77 Who subordinating the self to the needs of another ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-78 Who have suggested ? perhaps but you & # 39 ; m not so sure it will help ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-79 Who will help ?"] "
I'm ["Q-80 Who is benighted and wrong & quot ; to & quot ; actually you & # 39 ; m religious and so you can tell i that my particular religious views are benighted and wrong ?"] "
Frank Bruni have suggested?Perhaps but I'm not so sure it will help. It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I ["Q-81 Who can tell i that my particular religious views are benighted and wrong ?"] "
your particular religious views ["Q-82 Who are benighted and wrong ?"] "
spiritual vocabulary religious language ["Q-83 Who can be used to call us to live up to your professed ideals ?"] "
What's ["Q-84 What & # 39 ; of what required s required is not just the language but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences ["Q-85 What & # 39 ; of what required s required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
What's ["Q-86 What & # 39 ; from what required s required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
What's ["Q-87 What & # 39 ; as what required s required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
What's ["Q-88 What & # 39 ; what required s required is of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
What's ["Q-89 Who required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
conservative perspective ["Q-90 Who are fundamental and basically moral ?"] "
a truce ["Q-91 What it m N on at least some fronts in the culture war ?"] "
the liberal ["Q-92 Who means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-93 Who devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed ?"] "
liberals ["Q-94 Who take very seriously indeed ?"] "
one doesn't ["Q-95 Who have to seek a truce on the other side & # 39 ; s terms -- and if a truce is viewed as sincere it can change political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
a truce ["Q-96 Who is viewed as sincere it can change political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
a truce ["Q-97 Who sincere the o J political perceptions even if it is rejected ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-98 Who is rejected ?"] "
hearing ["Q-99 What is the political goal after all to get from voters who may view democrats as culturally hostile even as they might be receptive to other parts of the democratic agenda without making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
Frank Bruni have suggested?Perhaps but I'm not so sure it will help. It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I can tell you that your particular religious views are benighted and wrong." Inasmuch as we share a spiritual vocabulary religious language can be used to call us to live up to our professed ideals. It's much harder to use such language against churches themselves as institutions.What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral. It means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war. Unfortunately it's neither easy nor obvious how to do that without devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed.On the other hand one doesn't have to seek a truce on t , voters " ["Q-101 Who might be receptive to other parts of the democratic agenda without making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
voters ["Q-102 Who making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
second-class citizens ["Q-103 What might that goal be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
goal ["Q-104 Who might be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
voters ["Q-105 Who come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
voters ["Q-106 Who is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
religious institutions ["Q-107 Who have changed before under the pressure of political necessity -- including in America ?"] "
1890 ["Q-108 When did the Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
renounced plural marriage ["Q-109 What the Lds church for example officially r J in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
The LDS church ["Q-110 Who officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
The LDS church ["Q-111 Who knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
Utah ["Q-112 Who would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
Frank Bruni ["Q-113 Who granted plural marriage in 1 C ?"] "
Their acceptance of black Mormons into the priesthood in 1978 ["Q-114 How much took place against the backdrop of rapidly changing attitudes toward race in America ?"] "
black Mormons ["Q-115 Who rapidly changing attitudes toward race in America ?"] "
the IRS ["Q-116 Who could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that themselves discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
religiously-affiliated institutions ["Q-117 Who discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
Bob Jones University ["Q-118 Who previously banned ?"] "
Conservatives ["Q-119 Who may believe that today & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
religious conflicts ["Q-120 Who are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
Frank Bruni have suggested?Perhaps but I'm not so sure it will help. It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I can tell you that your particular religious views are benighted and wrong." Inasmuch as we share a spiritual vocabulary religious language can be used to call us to live up to our professed ideals. It's much harder to use such language against churches themselves as institutions.What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral. It means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war. Unfortunately it's neither easy nor obvious how to do that without devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed.On the other hand one doesn't have to seek a truce on t , Democrats " ["Q-122 Who is on their side that should make extending an olive branch easier rather than harder ?"] "
Want more essential commentary and analysis ["Q-123 Who delivered straight to my inbox ? Sign up for the Week & # 39 ; s & quot ; Today & # 39 ; s best articles & quot ; newsletter here ?"] "
Frank Bruni have suggested?Perhaps but I'm not so sure it will help. It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I can tell you that your particular religious views are benighted and wrong." Inasmuch as we share a spiritual vocabulary religious language can be used to call us to live up to our professed ideals. It's much harder to use such language against churches themselves as institutions.What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral. It means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war. Unfortunately it's neither easy nor obvious how to do that without devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed.On the other hand one doesn't have to seek a truce on t , problem?The " ["Q-01 Democrats & # 39 ; what do religion conundrum Do democrats have a religion problem ? the question may seem peculiar ?"] "
problem?The ["Q-02 Democrats & # 39 ; what do religion conundrum do the democrats have ? the question may seem peculiar ?"] "
peculiar ["Q-03 Democrats & # 39 ; religion conundrum do the democrats have a religion problem ? what may the question seem ?"] "
problem?The ["Q-04 Who do the democrats have a religion problem ? the question may seem peculiar ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-05 Who may seem peculiar ?"] "
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Mormons ["Q-012 Moreover plenty of democrats live to what lives marked by serious commitment ?"] "
Mormons ["Q-013 Moreover plenty of democrats live by what lives marked to religion ?"] "
Mormons ["Q-014 Who marked by serious commitment to religion ?"] "
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their life ["Q-016 Fifty - five percent profess absolute certainty in their belief in God ; 47 percent say to what is religion very important ; 50 percent pray at least daily ?"] "
religion ["Q-017 Fifty - five percent profess absolute certainty in their belief in God ; 47 what do percent say is very important to their life ; 50 percent pray at least daily ?"] "
Mormons ["Q-018 Who say religion is very important to their life ; 50 percent pray at least daily ?"] "
Mormons (70 percent).Moreover plenty of Democrats live lives marked by serious commitment to religion. Fifty-five percent profess absolute certainty in their belief in God; 47 percent say religion ["Q-019 Who is very important to their life ; 50 percent pray at least daily ?"] "
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least weekly vs. 43 percent of Republicans ["Q-021 Even such protestant - oriented practices as at what are regular reading of scripture far from uncommon among democrats Twenty - nine percent read scripture ?"] "
Protestant-oriented practices ["Q-022 Who are far from uncommon among democrats Twenty - nine percent read scripture at least weekly vs ?"] "
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endorsement ["Q-025 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; into what t necessarily translate of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
doesn't ["Q-026 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; of what t necessarily translate into endorsement on sexuality and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
doesn't ["Q-027 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; on what t necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
traditional views on sexuality and gender ["Q-028 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; t necessarily translate into endorsement of of what the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars are being fought ?"] "
doesn't ["Q-029 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; what t necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
doesn't ["Q-030 And religious commitment doesn & # 39 ; t necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and what are legal wars of religion being fought ?"] "
religious commitment doesn't ["Q-031 Who necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot - button subjects around which your verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought ?"] "
religion ["Q-032 Who are being fought ?"] "
articles" ["Q-033 ]
religious commitment ["Q-034 For example among the 54 percent of christians who believe what should that homosexuality be accepted rather than discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
verbal and legal wars of religion ["Q-035 For example among the 54 percent of christians who believe that homosexuality should be accepted rather what did than discouraged discouraged percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
religious services ["Q-036 For example among the 54 percent of christians who believe that homosexuality should be accepted rather what did than discouraged discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent a R at least once a week ?"] "
homosexuality ["Q-037 Who should be accepted rather than discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
Christians ["Q-038 Who discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week ?"] "
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other words ["Q-040 Democrats in at what other words seem to be reasonably successful of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
substantial minority ["Q-041 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably of what successful at winning winning the support of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
successful ["Q-042 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably of what successful at winning winning the support of a substantial minority while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
successful ["Q-043 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably while what successful at winning winning the support of a substantial minority of christian voters large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Orthodox ["Q-044 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of as what Christian voters while winning winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly of the electorate ?"] "
Orthodox ["Q-045 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of of what Christian voters while winning winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage ?"] "
support ["Q-046 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably what successful at winning winning of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Orthodox ["Q-047 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of what Christian voters while winning winning among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Orthodox ["Q-048 Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of what Christian voters while winning winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Democrats in other words ["Q-049 Who seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-050 Who winning the support of a substantial minority of christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-051 Who winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non - christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate ?"] "
It's not obviously a big improvement to move from "religion is benighted and wrong" to "actually I'm religious and so I can tell you that your particular religious views are benighted and wrong." Inasmuch as we share a spiritual vocabulary religious language can be used to call us to live up to our professed ideals. It's much harder to use such language against churches themselves as institutions.What's required is not just the language of faith but the language of respect even of profound differences differences which from the liberal as well as the conservative perspective are fundamental and basically moral. It means ultimately seeking a truce on at least some fronts in the culture war. Unfortunately it's neither easy nor obvious how to do that without devaluing causes that liberals take very seriously indeed.On the other hand one doesn't have to seek a truce on the other side's terms -- and if a truce is viewed as sincere it can c , a particular strain " ["Q-053 Republicans with what are by contrast increasingly identified within american religion -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
American religion ["Q-054 Republicans within what are by contrast increasingly identified with a particular strain -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Trump administration's bond ["Q-055 Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has where been been accentuated accentuated & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
white evangelical voters -- ["Q-056 Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has with what been been accentuated accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Trump administration's bond ["Q-057 Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has from what been been accentuated accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent ?"] "
Trump administration's bond ["Q-058 Republicans what are by contrast with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Trump administration's bond ["Q-059 Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has what been been accentuated accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Trump administration's bond ["Q-060 Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular s N within American religion -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; what s s N N N with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Trump administration's bond ["Q-061 Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has what been been accentuated accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Republicans ["Q-062 Who are increasingly identified with a particular strain within american religion -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
Republicans ["Q-063 Who been accentuated by the Trump administration & # 39 ; s bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity ?"] "
quot;Today's best articles" ["Q-064 ]
the surface ["Q-065 Who & # 39 ; s got the problem here ? below what and some problems are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
campaign trail already ["Q-066 Who & # 39 ; s got the problem here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- on what are and those problems manifesting themselves already ?"] "
here?But ["Q-067 Who & # 39 ; what did s got here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
here?But ["Q-068 Who & # 39 ; s got the problem here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- what are and those problems manifesting on the campaign trail already ?"] "
Who's got the problem here?But ["Q-069 Who got the problem here ? but look below the surface and some problems are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
here?But look below the surface ["Q-070 Who are indeed evident -- and those problems are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
evident -- and those problems ["Q-071 Who are manifesting themselves on the campaign trail already ?"] "
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their coalition ["Q-073 While democrats still win plenty of christian votes religiously committed white christians are of what a steadily shrinking portion with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
correspondingly less clout ["Q-074 While democrats still win plenty of christian votes religiously committed white christians are with what a steadily shrinking portion of their coalition ?"] "
Christian ["Q-075 While democrats still win plenty of what white christians are of their coalition with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-076 Who votes s R white christians are a steadily shrinking portion of their coalition with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-077 Who steadily shrinking portion of their coalition with correspondingly less clout ?"] "
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non-Christian ["Q-079 And that & # 39 ; s a practical problem because the democrats & # 39 ; advantage with unaffiliated and in what does non - christian voters has a greater impact than others ?"] "
non-Christian voters has a greater impact in some states than others ["Q-080 And that & # 39 ; s a practical problem because the democrats & # 39 ; advantage with unaffiliated and than what does non - christian voters has a greater impact in some states ?"] "
non-Christian ["Q-081 And that & # 39 ; s a practical problem because the democrats & # 39 ; advantage with unaffiliated and what does non - christian voters has in some states than others ?"] "
unaffiliated and non-Christian voters ["Q-082 Who has a greater impact in some states than others ?"] "
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Orthodox Christian voters (44 percent vs. 34 percent). Democrats also claim an overwhelming majority of historically black Protestant denominations as well as 40 percent of mainline Protestants and a majority of voters from non-Christian religious traditions like Buddhism (69 percent) Islam (62 percent) and Hinduism (61 percent). Republicans dominate only amongst Evangelical Protestants (56 percent) and Mormons (70 percent).Moreover plenty of Democrats live lives marked by serious commitment to religion. Fifty-five percent profess absolute certainty in their belief in God; 47 percent say religion is very important to their life; 50 percent pray at least daily. Even such Protestant-oriented practices as regular reading of scripture are far from uncommon among Democrats Twenty-nine percent read scripture at least weekly vs. 43 percent of Republicans. And religious commitment doesn't necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot-b , 36 percent of the electorate vs. Evangelical Protestants " ["Q-085 In California unaffiliated and what are non - christian voters of the electorate vs ?"] "
Orthodox Christian voters ["Q-086 Who are 36 percent of the electorate vs ?"] "
36 percent ["Q-087 In California unaffiliated and how much are non - christian voters percent of the electorate vs ?"] "
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articles" ["Q-089 ]
Evangelical Protestants ["Q-090 Of what are but in Ohio they only 26 percent ?"] "
26 percent of the electorate vs. 29 percent Evangelical Protestants ["Q-091 What are but in Ohio they of the electorate vs ?"] "
California unaffiliated and non-Christian voters ["Q-092 Who are only 26 percent of the electorate vs ?"] "
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nothing ["Q-094 29 percent evangelical protestants -- and if the democrats want to win the Electoral College to say in what nothing of the Senate they need to win that look more like Ohio than California ?"] "
nothing of the Senate they need to win in places that look more like Ohio ["Q-095 29 percent evangelical protestants -- and if the democrats want to win the Electoral College to say where nothing of the Senate they need to win in places that look more than California ?"] "
nothing of the Senate they need to win in places that look more like Ohio than California ["Q-096 29 percent evangelical protestants -- and if the democrats want to win the Electoral College to say where nothing of the Senate they need to win in places that look more like Ohio ?"] "
Electoral College ["Q-097 Who need to win in places that look more like Ohio than California ?"] "
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a geographic disadvantage ["Q-099 As so often what turns a demographic advantage out to also be ?"] "
advantage ["Q-0100 Who turns out to also be a geographic disadvantage ?"] "
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frustrates some central Democratic ambitions ["Q-0102 And religious polarization like the racial polarization among working - class voters with which what it substantially o N ?"] "
working-class voters ["Q-0103 Who substantially overlaps polarization some central democratic ambitions ?"] "
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prosperity ["Q-0105 Historically the core mission of the Democratic Party was advancing of what broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering enacting non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
religious polarization like the racial polarization among working-class voters ["Q-0106 Historically the core mission of the Democratic Party was advancing broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely over what did and gave ordinary people more power own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
direction ["Q-0107 Historically the core mission of the Democratic Party was advancing broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely did and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
broad-based economic solidarity ["Q-0108 Historically what was the core mission of the Democratic Party advancing and fostering non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
non-governmental organizations ["Q-0109 Historically the core mission of the Democratic Party was advancing what broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering enacting that spread the benefits of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
racial polarization among working-class voters ["Q-0110 Historically the core mission of the Democratic Party was advancing what broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering enacting non - governmental organizations that spread of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
religious polarization like the racial polarization among working-class voters ["Q-0111 Historically the core mission of the Democratic Party was advancing broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely what did and gave more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
the core mission of the Democratic Party ["Q-0112 Who was advancing broad - based economic solidarity enacting government programs and fostering non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
broad-based economic solidarity ["Q-0113 Who enacting organizations that spread t D non - governmental organizations that spread the benefits of prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
working-class voters ["Q-0114 Who gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country & # 39 ; s direction ?"] "
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prosperity widely and gave ordinary people more power over their own lives and over the country's direction ["Q-0116 That mission is much harder to achieve when in what does cultural division gets of solidarity ?"] "
solidarity ["Q-0117 That mission is much harder to achieve when of what does cultural division gets in the way ?"] "
mission ["Q-0118 Who is much harder to achieve when cultural division gets in the way of solidarity ?"] "
cultural division ["Q-0119 Who gets in the way of solidarity ?"] "
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solidarity ["Q-0121 But in what cultural division may indeed be getting ?"] "
solidarity ["Q-0122 But what cultural division may indeed be getting in the way ?"] "
cultural division ["Q-0123 Who may indeed be getting in the way ?"] "
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revoking ["Q-0125 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; for what the impulse to call tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-0126 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call of what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-0127 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call in what for revoking revoking the tax - exempt status of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
Beto O'Rourke ["Q-0128 Why did Beto O & # 39 ; Rourke for example feel the impulse to call what for revoking revoking of religiously - affiliated organizations that oppose same - sex marriage ? there are not a few such organizations that play important roles in civil society -- running schools health - care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same - sex marriage ?"] "
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civil society -- running schools health-care facilities adoption agencies and so forth -- that do oppose same-sex marriage. They want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality. But as same-sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter-cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate.That's why an increasingly vocal portion of the Democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O'Rourke's sort framed as anti-discrimination. But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what's being called for is an attack on religion. After all these institutions ["Q-0136 They want to be able to continue to play their to what historic role while being being faithful"
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oppose same-sex marriage. They want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality. But as same-sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter-cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate.That's why an increasingly vocal portion of the Democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O'Rourke's sort framed as anti-discrimination. But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what's being called for is an attack on religion. After all these institutions ["Q-0139 What they want to be able to continue to play historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
oppose same-sex marriage. They want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality. But as same-sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter-cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate.That's why an increasingly vocal portion of the Democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O'Rourke's sort framed as anti-discrimination. But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what's being called for is an attack on religion. After all these institutions ["Q-0140 Who want to be able to continue to play their historic role while being faithful to their traditional view of human sexuality ?"] "
Republicans. And religious commitment doesn't necessarily translate into endorsement of traditional views on sexuality and gender the most hot-button subjects around which our verbal and legal wars of religion are being fought. For example among the 54 percent of Christians who believe that homosexuality should be accepted rather than discouraged nearly 60 percent pray daily and 35 percent attend religious services at least once a week.Democrats in other words seem to be reasonably successful at winning the support of a substantial minority of Christian voters while winning large majorities among unaffiliated and non-Christian religious voters which are growing rapidly as a percentage of the electorate. Republicans by contrast are increasingly identified with a particular strain within American religion -- a phenomenon that has been accentuated by the Trump administration's bond with white evangelical voters -- and to be repelling those who dissent from this identity. Who&# , Week's "Today's best articles" " ["Q-0142 ]
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human sexuality. But as same-sex marriage gets more and more unexceptionable this determination on their part gets more and more counter-cultural and their call for protection are perceived rightly as a demand for a religious license fo discriminate.That's why an increasingly vocal portion of the Democratic coalition responds positively to rhetoric of O'Rourke's sort framed as anti-discrimination. But from the perspective of those on the other side of the ideological divide what's ["Q-0162 After all as whom these institutions largely just want to be able to continue to operate have done historically ?"] "
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voters ["Q-0270 Who making any other members of the democratic coalition feel like second - class citizens ?"] "
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a truce ["Q-0272 Without what might that goal be achieved even in the culture war if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
culture war ["Q-0273 In what might that goal be achieved even without a truce if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
those voters ["Q-0274 If what might that goal be achieved even without a truce in the culture war come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
second-class citizens ["Q-0275 That goal might be achieved even that whom do without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
second-class citizens ["Q-0276 What might that goal be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
conservatives ["Q-0277 That goal might be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude what is that it who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
political goal after all is to get a hearing from voters who may view Democrats as culturally hostile even as they might be receptive to other parts of the Democratic agenda without making any other members of the Democratic coalition feel like second-class citizens ["Q-0278 That goal might be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude what is that it conservatives who are prolonging unnecessarily ?"] "
goal ["Q-0279 Who might be achieved even without a truce in the culture war if those voters come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
voters ["Q-0280 Who come to conclude that it is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
voters ["Q-0281 Who is conservatives who are prolonging a fight unnecessarily ?"] "
articles" ["Q-0282 ]
pressure ["Q-0283 And before what have religious institutions changed of political necessity -- including in America ?"] "
political necessity ["Q-0284 And of what have religious institutions changed before under the pressure -- including in America ?"] "
America ["Q-0285 And where have religious institutions changed before under the pressure of political necessity -- including ?"] "
conservatives ["Q-0286 And what have religious institutions changed before under the pressure of political necessity -- including in America ?"] "
religious institutions ["Q-0287 Who have changed before under the pressure of political necessity -- including in America ?"] "
articles" ["Q-0288 ]
1890 ["Q-0289 When did the Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
religious institutions have changed before under the pressure of political necessity -- including in America. The LDS church for example officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did. Their acceptance of black Mormons ["Q-0290 Because whom did the Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
The LDS church for example officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ["Q-0291 The Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew unless whom Utah would not be granted statehood did ?"] "
renounced plural marriage ["Q-0292 What the Lds church for example officially r J in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
Utah ["Q-0293 The Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 what because they k N would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
statehood ["Q-0294 The Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew what Utah would not be granted unless they did ?"] "
The LDS church ["Q-0295 Who officially renounced plural marriage in 1890 because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
The LDS church ["Q-0296 Who knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
Utah ["Q-0297 Who would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
Utah ["Q-0298 Who granted plural marriage in 1 C ?"] "
1890 ["Q-0299 In how much did the Lds church for example officially renounced plural marriage because they knew Utah would not be granted statehood unless they did ?"] "
Week's "Today's best articles" ["Q-0300 ]
Their acceptance of black Mormons into the priesthood in 1978 ["Q-0301 How much took place against the backdrop of rapidly changing attitudes toward race in America ?"] "
race ["Q-0302 Their acceptance of black Mormons into the priesthood in 1978 took toward what place against the backdrop of rapidly changing attitudes in America ?"] "
America ["Q-0303 Their acceptance of black Mormons into the priesthood in 1978 took where place against the backdrop of rapidly changing attitudes toward race ?"] "
place ["Q-0304 Their acceptance of black Mormons into the priesthood in 1978 took what place against the backdrop of rapidly changing toward race in America ?"] "
black Mormons ["Q-0305 Who rapidly changing attitudes toward race in America ?"] "
articles" ["Q-0306 ]
articles" ["Q-0307 ]
religiously-affiliated institutions ["Q-0308 United states established against what could that the Irs discriminate that themselves discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
the basis ["Q-0309 United states established that the Irs could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that on what did themselves discriminated of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
race -- ["Q-0310 United states established that the Irs could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that of what did themselves discriminated on the basis -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
Bob Jones University vs. ["Q-0311 United states established that the Irs could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that themselves discriminated on the basis of race -- that whom the inter - racial relationships previously banned ?"] "
inter-racial relationships ["Q-0312 United states established that the Irs could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that what did themselves discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits that it previously banned ?"] "
the IRS ["Q-0313 Who could discriminate against religiously - affiliated institutions that themselves discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
religiously-affiliated institutions ["Q-0314 Who discriminated on the basis of race -- and today Bob Jones University permits the inter - racial relationships that it previously banned ?"] "
Bob Jones University ["Q-0315 Who previously banned ?"] "
articles" ["Q-0316 ]
religious conflicts are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time. If Democrats truly believe that time is on their side that should make extending an olive branch easier rather than harder ["Q-0317 May conservatives believe & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
different character ["Q-0318 Conservatives may believe that today & # 39 ; s of what are religious conflicts but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
the fullness ["Q-0319 Conservatives may believe that today & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of in what will a different character but that question be answered of time ?"] "
inter-racial relationships that it previously banned.Conservatives may believe that today's religious conflicts ["Q-0320 Conservatives may believe that today & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of of what will a different character but that question be answered in the fullness ?"] "
religious conflicts ["Q-0321 Conservatives may believe that today & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of what will a different character but that question be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
Conservatives ["Q-0322 Who may believe that today & # 39 ; s religious conflicts are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
religious conflicts ["Q-0323 Who are of a different character but that question will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
Bob Jones University permits the inter-racial relationships that it previously banned.Conservatives may believe that today's religious conflicts are of a different character but that question ["Q-0324 Who will be answered in the fullness of time ?"] "
Week's "Today's best articles" ["Q-0325 ]
their side ["Q-0326 If democrats truly believe on what is that time that should make extending an olive branch easier rather than harder ?"] "
olive branch easier ["Q-0327 If democrats truly believe what is that time on their side that should make extending easier rather than harder ?"] "
Democrats ["Q-0328 Who is on their side that should make extending an olive branch easier rather than harder ?"] "
articles" ["Q-0329 ]
your inbox ["Q-0330 Want more to what did essential commentary and analysis like this delivered delivered straight ? Sign up for the Week & # 39 ; s & quot ; Today & # 39 ; s best articles & quot ; newsletter here ?"] "
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articles" ["Q-0335 ]
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The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-01 Who is having some problems ?"] "
The trailer ["Q-02 Who dropped this week ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-03 Who continues to screw things up without Spielberg around to hold her hand ) J ?"] "
screw things up without Spielberg around to hold her hand) J.J.Abrams ["Q-04 What is Abrams forced to reshoot a multitude of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
J.J.Abrams ["Q-05 What is Abrams forced to r N of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-06 Who is forced to reshoot a multitude of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-07 Who bombed in test screenings ?"] "
the script.  ["Q-08 Why is the film bombing with test audiences ? Well read with what do the leaks and see if there might be a problem or two ?"] "
leaks ["Q-09 Why is what with test audiences ? Well read and see if there might be a problem or two with the script ?"] "
a problem or two with the script.  ["Q-10 Why is the film bombing with test audiences ? well read what do the leaks and see if there might be or two with the script ?"] "
leaks ["Q-11 Who see if there might be a problem or two with the script ?"] "
Couldnt ["Q-12 Who believe what you read but just like the Got Season 8 leaks these are probably on the money ?"] "
Couldnt ["Q-13 Who read but just like the Got Season 8 leaks these are probably on the money ?"] "
GOT Season 8 leaks ["Q-14 Who are probably on the money ?"] "
problems.  ["Q-01 The rise of Bad Ideas ? spoilers ! ! ! spoilers ! ! ! spoilers ! ! ! apparently what is Star Wars Episode Ix the Rise of Skywalker having ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-02 Who is having some problems ?"] "
FREE TO DISCUSS SPOILERS ["Q-03 ]
problems.  The trailer dropped this week ["Q-04 & nbsp ; what did the trailer dropped ?"] "
The trailer ["Q-05 Who dropped this week ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-06 ]
Spielberg ["Q-07 Unfortunately ( but not surprisingly since Kathleen Kennedy continues to screw without whom things up around to hold her hand ) J ?"] "
trailer ["Q-08 Unfortunately ( but not surprisingly what does since Kathleen Kennedy continues to s J up without Spielberg around to hold her hand ) J ?"] "
trailer ["Q-09 Unfortunately ( but not surprisingly what does since Kathleen Kennedy continues to screw things up without Spielberg around to hold ) J ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-010 Who continues to screw things up without Spielberg around to hold her hand ) J ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-011 ]
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-012 ]
scenes ["Q-013 Of what is Abrams forced to reshoot a multitude since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
the movie bombed ["Q-014 Since what is Abrams forced to reshoot a multitude of scenes in test screenings ?"] "
test screenings ["Q-015 Abrams is forced to reshoot in what a multitude of scenes since the movie bombed ?"] "
screw things up without Spielberg around to hold her hand) J.J.Abrams ["Q-016 What is Abrams forced to reshoot a multitude of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
J.J.Abrams ["Q-017 What is Abrams forced to r N of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-018 Who is forced to reshoot a multitude of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-019 Who bombed in test screenings ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-020 ]
the script.  ["Q-021 Why is the film bombing with test audiences ? Well read with what do the leaks and see if there might be a problem or two ?"] "
leaks ["Q-022 Why is what with test audiences ? Well read and see if there might be a problem or two with the script ?"] "
a problem or two with the script.  ["Q-023 Why is the film bombing with test audiences ? well read what do the leaks and see if there might be or two with the script ?"] "
leaks ["Q-024 Who see if there might be a problem or two with the script ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-025 ]
GOT Season 8 leaks ["Q-026 & nbsp ; Could nt believe what like what you read but just are probably on the money ?"] "
money ["Q-027 & nbsp ; Could nt believe what you read but just like the Got Season 8 on what are leaks these probably ?"] "
Couldnt ["Q-028 Who believe what you read but just like the Got Season 8 leaks these are probably on the money ?"] "
Couldnt ["Q-029 Who read but just like the Got Season 8 leaks these are probably on the money ?"] "
GOT Season 8 leaks ["Q-030 Who are probably on the money ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-031 ]
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-032 ]
The Rise of Bad Ideas? SPOILERS!!! SPOILERS!!! SPOILERS!!!Apparently Star Wars Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-033 ]
SPOILERS ["Q-034 ]
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-035 ]
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-01 Who is having some problems ?"] "
The trailer ["Q-02 Who dropped this week ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-03 Who continues to screw things up without Spielberg around to hold her hand ) J ?"] "
screw things up without Spielberg around to hold her hand) J.J.Abrams ["Q-04 What is Abrams forced to reshoot a multitude of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
J.J.Abrams ["Q-05 What is Abrams forced to r N of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-06 Who is forced to reshoot a multitude of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-07 Who bombed in test screenings ?"] "
the script.  ["Q-08 Why is the film bombing with test audiences ? Well read with what do the leaks and see if there might be a problem or two ?"] "
leaks ["Q-09 Why is what with test audiences ? Well read and see if there might be a problem or two with the script ?"] "
a problem or two with the script.  ["Q-10 Why is the film bombing with test audiences ? well read what do the leaks and see if there might be or two with the script ?"] "
leaks ["Q-11 Who see if there might be a problem or two with the script ?"] "
Couldnt ["Q-12 Who believe what you read but just like the Got Season 8 leaks these are probably on the money ?"] "
Couldnt ["Q-13 Who read but just like the Got Season 8 leaks these are probably on the money ?"] "
GOT Season 8 leaks ["Q-14 Who are probably on the money ?"] "
problems.  ["Q-01 The rise of Bad Ideas ? spoilers ! ! ! spoilers ! ! ! spoilers ! ! ! apparently what is Star Wars Episode Ix the Rise of Skywalker having ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-02 Who is having some problems ?"] "
FREE TO DISCUSS SPOILERS ["Q-03 ]
problems.  The trailer dropped this week ["Q-04 & nbsp ; what did the trailer dropped ?"] "
The trailer ["Q-05 Who dropped this week ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-06 ]
Spielberg ["Q-07 Unfortunately ( but not surprisingly since Kathleen Kennedy continues to screw without whom things up around to hold her hand ) J ?"] "
trailer ["Q-08 Unfortunately ( but not surprisingly what does since Kathleen Kennedy continues to s J up without Spielberg around to hold her hand ) J ?"] "
trailer ["Q-09 Unfortunately ( but not surprisingly what does since Kathleen Kennedy continues to screw things up without Spielberg around to hold ) J ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-010 Who continues to screw things up without Spielberg around to hold her hand ) J ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-011 ]
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-012 ]
scenes ["Q-013 Of what is Abrams forced to reshoot a multitude since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
the movie bombed ["Q-014 Since what is Abrams forced to reshoot a multitude of scenes in test screenings ?"] "
test screenings ["Q-015 Abrams is forced to reshoot in what a multitude of scenes since the movie bombed ?"] "
screw things up without Spielberg around to hold her hand) J.J.Abrams ["Q-016 What is Abrams forced to reshoot a multitude of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
J.J.Abrams ["Q-017 What is Abrams forced to r N of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-018 Who is forced to reshoot a multitude of scenes since the movie bombed in test screenings ?"] "
Kathleen Kennedy ["Q-019 Who bombed in test screenings ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-020 ]
the script.  ["Q-021 Why is the film bombing with test audiences ? Well read with what do the leaks and see if there might be a problem or two ?"] "
leaks ["Q-022 Why is what with test audiences ? Well read and see if there might be a problem or two with the script ?"] "
a problem or two with the script.  ["Q-023 Why is the film bombing with test audiences ? well read what do the leaks and see if there might be or two with the script ?"] "
leaks ["Q-024 Who see if there might be a problem or two with the script ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-025 ]
GOT Season 8 leaks ["Q-026 & nbsp ; Could nt believe what like what you read but just are probably on the money ?"] "
money ["Q-027 & nbsp ; Could nt believe what you read but just like the Got Season 8 on what are leaks these probably ?"] "
Couldnt ["Q-028 Who believe what you read but just like the Got Season 8 leaks these are probably on the money ?"] "
Couldnt ["Q-029 Who read but just like the Got Season 8 leaks these are probably on the money ?"] "
GOT Season 8 leaks ["Q-030 Who are probably on the money ?"] "
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-031 ]
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-032 ]
The Rise of Bad Ideas? SPOILERS!!! SPOILERS!!! SPOILERS!!!Apparently Star Wars Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-033 ]
SPOILERS ["Q-034 ]
The Rise of Skywalker ["Q-035 ]
City Council meeting and workshop ["Q-01 Who will be held on October 28th ?"] "
The Council meeting ["Q-02 Who will begin at 530 ?"] "
530 ["Q-03 How much will the workshop begin at ?"] "
two Commission interviews ["Q-04 What will you have for openings on the Park and Enr Commissions and bring back T-21 for follow up clarification and direction ?"] "
The workshop ["Q-05 Who will have two Commission interviews for openings on the Park and Enr Commissions and bring back T-21 for follow up clarification and direction ?"] "
ENR Commissions ["Q-06 Who bring back T-21 for follow up clarification and direction ?"] "
Paul MN ["Q-07 Who up clarification and direction ?"] "
two ["Q-08 How much will you have Commission interviews for openings on the Park and Enr Commissions and bring back T-21 for follow up clarification and direction ?"] "
The Council meeting ["Q-09 Who will begin at 7 pm ?"] "
7 ["Q-10 How much will the Council meeting begin at pm ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 November - Maplewood ["Q-11 What is Paul Chamber Business Education Series schedule of events listed - maplewood Business Engagement Breakfast ?"] "
St. Paul Chamber Business Education Series ["Q-12 Who is listed below \u00b7 November - maplewood Business Engagement Breakfast ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 November - Maplewood\u00a0Business Engagement Breakfast ["Q-13 What is Staff working on holding a networking event in late afternoon ?"] "
Staff ["Q-14 Who is working on holding a networking event in late afternoon ?"] "
Staff ["Q-15 Who holding a networking event in late afternoon ?"] "
hopefully dry ["Q-16 What you hope to have down next week ?"] "
Staff ["Q-17 Who hope to have plans nailed down next week ?"] "
Melinda ["Q-18 Who nailed down next week ?"] "
830 ["Q-19 How much is t T 130 pm ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and HEDC ["Q-20 Who scheduled for November 25th at 4 pm to 7 pm ?"] "
November 25th ["Q-21 How much did \u00b7 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and Hedc scheduled for November at 4 pm to 7 pm ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and HEDC ["Q-22 What will this be held in the Council Chambers ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and HEDC ["Q-23 Who will be held in the Council Chambers ?"] "
hopefully dry ["Q-24 What has updates from Staff and Council Administration Potential sales Tax Optionsassistant City Manager Mike Sable put ?"] "
clear regional benefit\u201d)Construction ["Q-25 Where regional significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the earliest you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
Regional Significance or \u201cclear regional benefit\u201d)Construction ["Q-26 Who \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the earliest you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
Local Option Sales Tax ["Q-27 Who seems likely that the earliest you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
Local Option Sales Tax it seems likely that the earliest we could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum.\u00a0Council Resolution in support - Determined by City Council\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0Council Resolution ["Q-28 Who could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
a sales tax ["Q-29 Who would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
LMC ["Q-30 Where do Please see attached information ?"] "
attached information ["Q-31 What do please see from Lmc ?"] "
Please ["Q-32 Who see attached information from Lmc ?"] "
legislative language ["Q-33 What does Staff has sample for both if / when the time comes to consider ?"] "
sample ["Q-34 What does Staff has legislative language for both if / when comes to consider ?"] "
Let us ["Q-35 Who know if me would like copies of potential language ?"] "
Let us know ["Q-36 Who would like copies of potential language ?"] "
Council action ["Q-37 Where will staff add this to calendar to schedule after defining preferred scope of legislation ?"] "
potential language ["Q-38 What will staff add to calendar to schedule for Council action after defining preferred scope of legislation ?"] "
Staff ["Q-39 Who will add this to calendar to schedule for Council action after defining preferred scope of legislation ?"] "
Staff ["Q-40 Who defining preferred scope of legislation ?"] "
The League of Minnesota Cities remains the key source ["Q-41 What the league of Minnesota Cities remains for legislative tracking a C review of bills impacting cities in the state of Minnesota ?"] "
The League of Minnesota Cities ["Q-42 Who remains the key source for legislative tracking and review of bills impacting cities in the state of Minnesota ?"] "
bills ["Q-43 Who impacting cities in the state of Minnesota ?"] "
summary ["Q-44 What is Below of the issues / impacts ?"] "
Paul MN ["Q-45 Who is a summary of the issues / impacts ?"] "
Twenty-two Minnesota cities held referendums ["Q-46 How much seeking voter approval for new or modified local sales taxes to fund various capital projects ?"] "
referendums ["Q-47 What Twenty - two Minnesota cities held in November 2018 seeking voter approval for new or modified local sales taxes to fund various capital projects ?"] "
Inver Grove Heights and Minnetonka ["Q-48 What Twenty - two Minnesota cities held referendums in November 2018 seeking for new or modified local sales taxes to fund various capital projects ?"] "
Inver Grove Heights and Minnetonka ["Q-49 What Twenty - two Minnesota cities held referendums in November 2018 seeking voter approval for new or modified local sales taxes to f N ?"] "
Twenty-two Minnesota cities ["Q-50 Who held referendums in November 2018 seeking voter approval for new or modified local sales taxes to fund various capital projects ?"] "
Paul MN ["Q-51 Who approved the request ?"] "
Office of the Secretary of State ["Q-52 Who was to seek legislative approval through special legislation ?"] "
Last session sixteen (16) cities ["Q-53 Who sought legislative approval for a local sales tax ?"] "
transportation/public infrastructure)\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Perham (Perham-area community center)\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Rogers (trail & pedestrian ["Q-54 How much t N cities improvement projects ) \u00b7 Blue Earth ( Sewer Plant Streets and Recreation amenities ) \u00b7 Cambridge ( Library streets outdoor park ) \u00b7 Detroit Lakes ( police department facility ) \u00b7 Elk River ( rec / park / trail improvements lake dredging ) \u00b7 Glenwood ( roads parks / trails / city hall - police station ) \u00b7 International Falls ( transportation / public infrastructure ) \u00b7 Perham ( Perham - area community center ) \u00b7 Rogers ( t N & C pedestrian facili
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Glenwood (roads parks/trails/city hall-police station)\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 International Falls (transportation/public ["Q-55 How much t N cities & C pedestrian facilities aquatic facility ) \u00b7 Sauk Center ( highway reconstruction & C infrastructure ) \u00b7 Scanlon ( streets and utilities ) \u00b7 two harbors ( infrastructure ) \u00b7 Virginia ( Recreation & C Convention complex improvements ) \u00b7 West St ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Rogers ["Q-56 How much & C cities pedestrian facilities aquatic facility ) \u00b7 Sauk Center ( highway reconstruction & C infrastructure ) \u00b7 Scanlon ( streets and utilities ) \u00b7 two harbors ( infrastructure ) \u00b7 Virginia ( Recreation & C Convention complex improvements ) \u00b7 West St ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Sauk Center ["Q-57 How much & C cities infrastructure ) \u00b7 Scanlon ( streets and utilities ) \u00b7 two harbors ( infrastructure ) \u00b7 Virginia ( Recreation & C Convention complex improvements ) \u00b7 West St ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Virginia ["Q-58 How much & C cities Convention complex improvements ) \u00b7 West St ?"] "
Those cities ["Q-59 Who receiving voter approval last November were \u00b7 Avon ( t N improvement projects ) \u00b7 Blue Earth ( Sewer Plant Streets and Recreation amenities ) \u00b7 Cambridge ( Library streets outdoor park ) \u00b7 Detroit Lakes ( police department facility ) \u00b7 Elk River ( rec / park / trail improvements lake dredging ) \u00b7 Glenwood ( roads parks / trails / city hall - police station ) \u00b7 International Falls ( transportation / public infrastructure ) \u00b7 Perham ( Perham - area community center ) \u00b7 Rogers ( t N & C pedestrian facilities aquatic facility ) \u00b7 Sauk Center ( highway reconstruction & C"
trail & pedestrian ["Q-60 Who t N voter improvement projects ) \u00b7 Blue Earth ( Sewer Plant Streets and Recreation amenities ) \u00b7 Cambridge ( Library streets outdoor park ) \u00b7 Detroit Lakes ( police department facility ) \u00b7 Elk River ( rec / park / trail improvements lake dredging ) \u00b7 Glenwood ( roads parks / trails / city hall - police station ) \u00b7 International Falls ( transportation / public infrastructure ) \u00b7 Perham ( Perham - area community center ) \u00b7 Rogers ( t N & C pedestrian facilities aquatic facility ) \u00b7 Sauk Center ( highway reconstruction & C infrastructure ) \u00b7 Scanlon ( streets and ut
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Cambridge (Library streets ["Q-61 Who outdoor park ) \u00b7 Detroit Lakes ( police department facility ) \u00b7 Elk River ( rec / park / trail improvements lake dredging ) \u00b7 Glenwood ( roads parks / trails / city hall - police station ) \u00b7 International Falls ( transportation / public infrastructure ) \u00b7 Perham ( Perham - area community center ) \u00b7 Rogers ( t N & C pedestrian facilities aquatic facility ) \u00b7 Sauk Center ( highway reconstruction & C infrastructure ) \u00b7 Scanlon ( streets and utilities ) \u00b7 two harbors ( infrastructure ) \u00b7 Virginia ( Recreation & C Convention complex im
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Elk River (rec/park/trail improvements ["Q-62 Who lake dredging ) \u00b7 Glenwood ( roads parks / trails / city hall - police station ) \u00b7 International Falls ( transportation / public infrastructure ) \u00b7 Perham ( Perham - area community center ) \u00b7 Rogers ( t N & C pedestrian facilities aquatic facility ) \u00b7 Sauk Center ( highway reconstruction & C infrastructure ) \u00b7 Scanlon ( streets and utilities ) \u00b7 two harbors ( infrastructure ) \u00b7 Virginia ( Recreation & C Convention complex improvements ) \u00b7 West St ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Rogers ["Q-63 Who t N voter & C pedestrian facilities aquatic facility ) \u00b7 Sauk Center ( highway reconstruction & C infrastructure ) \u00b7 Scanlon ( streets and utilities ) \u00b7 two harbors ( infrastructure ) \u00b7 Virginia ( Recreation & C Convention complex improvements ) \u00b7 West St ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Rogers ["Q-64 Who & C voter pedestrian facilities aquatic facility ) \u00b7 Sauk Center ( highway reconstruction & C infrastructure ) \u00b7 Scanlon ( streets and utilities ) \u00b7 two harbors ( infrastructure ) \u00b7 Virginia ( Recreation & C Convention complex improvements ) \u00b7 West St ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Sauk Center ["Q-65 Who & C voter infrastructure ) \u00b7 Scanlon ( streets and utilities ) \u00b7 two harbors ( infrastructure ) \u00b7 Virginia ( Recreation & C Convention complex improvements ) \u00b7 West St ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Virginia ["Q-66 Who & C voter Convention complex improvements ) \u00b7 West St ?"] "
2019 First Special Session Chapter 6 ["Q-67 How much modified the process cities and other local units of government must follow to impose future general local sales taxes ?"] "
local units of government ["Q-68 Who must follow to impose future general local sales taxes ?"] "
the new process ["Q-69 Who requires local governments to secure legislative authorization for a general sales tax prior to conducting a local referendum ?"] "
cities ["Q-70 What does the new process also requires to provide additional detailed information on the proposed uses of the local sales tax revenue and information on the \u201c regional significance \u201d of the projects to be funded ?"] "
the amount to be raised with the tax and the estimated length of time the tax will be needed.2 ["Q-71 What does the new process also requires cities to p you on the proposed uses of the local sales tax revenue and information on the \u201c regional significance \u201d of the projects to be funded ?"] "
pass an ordinance imposing the tax ["Q-72 What the city council must ?"] "
The city council ["Q-73 Who must first adopt a resolution proposing the tax ?"] "
proposed tax rate documentation ["Q-74 What must the resolution include of the \u201c regional significance \u201d of each project to be funded the amount to be raised with the tax and the estimated length of time the tax will be needed ?"] "
needed.2 ["Q-75 What must the resolution include the proposed tax rate documentation of the \u201c regional significance \u201d of each project to be funded to be raised with the tax and the estimated length of time the tax will be needed ?"] "
needed.2 ["Q-76 What must the resolution include the proposed tax rate documentation of the \u201c regional significance \u201d of each project to be funded the amount to be raised with the tax and the estimated length of time the tax will be needed ?"] "
The resolution ["Q-77 Who must include the proposed tax rate documentation of the \u201c regional significance \u201d of each project to be funded the amount to be raised with the tax and the estimated length of time the tax will be needed ?"] "
Mayor Abrams ["Q-78 Who will be needed ?"] "
new law ["Q-79 What is the city required to submit the adopted resolution and documentation on regional significance to the chairs and ranking minority members of the House and Senate Taxes committees by Jan ?"] "
adopted resolution ["Q-80 What is the city required to submit and documentation on regional significance to the chairs and ranking minority members of the House and Senate Taxes committees by Jan ?"] "
The city ["Q-81 Who is required to submit the adopted resolution and documentation on regional significance to the chairs and ranking minority members of the House and Senate Taxes committees by Jan ?"] "
The city council must first adopt a resolution proposing the tax. The resolution must include the proposed tax rate documentation of the \u201cregional significance\u201d of each project to be funded the amount to be raised with the tax and the estimated length of time the tax will be needed.2.\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Submit resolution to state tax committees. The city ["Q-82 Who adopted resolution and documentation on regional significance to the chairs and ranking minority members of the House and Senate Taxes committees by Jan ?"] "
the chairs ["Q-83 Who ranking minority members of the House and Senate Taxes committees by Jan ?"] "
House and Senate Taxes committees ["Q-84 Who is seeking the special law ?"] "
Get legislative authorization ["Q-85 What must the city secure of a special law authorizing the enactment of the local sales tax ?"] "
The city ["Q-86 Who must secure the passage of a special law authorizing the enactment of the local sales tax ?"] "
a special law ["Q-87 Who authorizing the enactment of the local sales tax ?"] "
special legislation.4 ["Q-88 What the city would typically work with its local legislators to introduce ?"] "
The city ["Q-89 Who would typically work with its local legislators to introduce special legislation ?"] "
file the resolution and a local approval certificate with the Office of the Secretary of State ["Q-90 What must after approval the city adopt new law ?"] "
the city ["Q-91 Who must adopt a resolution accepting the new law ?"] "
Paul MN ["Q-92 Who accepting the new law ?"] "
new law ["Q-93 Where the city must also file the resolution and a local approval certificate with the Office of the Secretary before the next legislative biennium begins ?"] "
file the resolution ["Q-94 What the city must also f N and a local approval certificate with the Office of the Secretary of State before the next legislative biennium begins ?"] "
The city ["Q-95 Who must also file the resolution and a local approval certificate with the Office of the Secretary of State before the next legislative biennium begins ?"] "
a referendum ["Q-96 What must the city conduct during a general election within two years of receiving legislative authority for the local sales tax ?"] "
The city ["Q-97 Who must conduct a referendum during a general election within two years of receiving legislative authority for the local sales tax ?"] "
a general election ["Q-98 Who receiving legislative authority for the local sales tax ?"] "
separate questions ["Q-99 What must the referendum include for each project and only the ballot questions approved by voters may be funded by the sales tax ?"] "
The referendum ["Q-100 Who must include separate questions for each project and only the ballot questions approved by voters may be funded by the sales tax ?"] "
the ballot questions approved by voters ["Q-101 Who approved each project a C by the sales tax ?"] "
an ordinance imposing the tax ["Q-102 What must the city council pass ?"] "
The city council ["Q-103 Who must pass an ordinance imposing the tax ?"] "
The city council must pass an ordinance imposing the tax ["Q-104 Where it must also notify the commissioner at least 90 days before the first day of the calendar quarter that the tax will be imposed ?"] "
commissioner of Revenue ["Q-105 What it must also n you of Revenue at least 90 days before the first day of the calendar quarter that the tax will be imposed ?"] "
The city council ["Q-106 Who must also notify the commissioner of Revenue at least 90 days before the first day of the calendar quarter that the tax will be imposed ?"] "
commissioner of Revenue at least 90 days before the first day of the calendar quarter that the tax ["Q-107 Who will be imposed ?"] "
commissioner of Revenue ["Q-108 What spending restrictionsthe statute spending to restrict of funds for the promotion of the passage of a local sales tax referendum ?"] "
restrictionsThe statute ["Q-109 Who spending to restrict t D to restrict the expenditure of funds for the promotion of the passage of a local sales tax referendum ?"] "
money to1 ["Q-110 What may cities spend ?"] "
Cities ["Q-111 Who may spend money to1 ?"] "
local sales tax resolution ["Q-112 Who including information on specific projects and costs of those projects ?"] "
proponents and opponents ["Q-113 Who provided public forums on the s N equal time to express their opinions ?"] "
Inver Grove Heights and Minnetonka ["Q-114 Who sought a sales tax exemption through a refund process for construction materials used f you two specific public facilities when the materials are purchased by a contractor ?"] "
Capital Projects - https//www.lmc.org/page/1/ConstructionExemption.jsp?ssl=true\u00a0The cities of Inver Grove Heights and Minnetonka ["Q-115 Who used f you two specific public facilities when the materials are purchased by a contractor ?"] "
local unit of government.3 ["Q-116 Who are purchased by a contractor ?"] "
sales taxes ["Q-117 Who paid on construction materials for a new Inver Grove Heights fire station that includes a public safety training facility ?"] "
Department of Revenue analysis the exemption will reduce the cost of the $8.7 million facility\u2014$4.3 million of which is assumed to be taxable materials\u2014by an estimated $300000.The second provided a refund of the sales taxes paid on construction materials for a Minnetonka public safety facility. The Department of Revenue analysis ["Q-118 Who will reduce the cost of the ?"] "
$18.3 million ["Q-119 Who estimated ?"] "
$300000.The ["Q-120 What did the second provided of the sales taxes paid on construction materials for a Minnetonka public safety facility ?"] "
the sales taxes ["Q-121 Who paid on construction materials for a Minnetonka public safety facility ?"] "
Department of Revenue analysis ["Q-122 Who will reduce the cost of the million facility\u2014 ?"] "
$18.3 million ["Q-123 Who estimated ?"] "
the liability for damages ["Q-124 Who caused by defective materials or delivery delays ?"] "
Staff and Council\u00a0ADMINISTRATION\u00a0Potential Sales Tax OptionsAssistant City Manager Mike Sable has put together information regarding Maplewood Sales tax options. There are three key pieces\u00a0The Local Option Sales TaxThe Change to the Process (i.e. Regional Significance or \u201cclear regional benefit\u201d)Construction Materials Sales Tax Exemption\u00a0Under the change in the law if the Council pursues a Local Option Sales Tax it seems likely that the earliest we could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum.\u00a0Council Resolution in support - Determined by City Council\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0Council Resolution submitted to Tax Committee - January 31 2020 (deadline)Legislative Approval - May 2020Referendum post-legislative approval - November 2022 (unless a special election is called)Institute sales tax - January 1 2023\u00a0For an exemption to the Construction Materials Sales , cities counties and townships " ["Q-126 Who choose not to pursue the sales tax exemption at all ?"] "
school districts ["Q-127 Who have never been subject to sales tax on their purchases but have been subject to these rules for decades \u2014 have opted to pay the sales tax on construction materials ?"] "
school districts ["Q-128 Who have been subject to these rules for decades \u2014 have opted to pay the sales tax on construction materials ?"] "
school districts ["Q-129 Who opted to pay the sales tax on construction materials ?"] "
the Grand Opening ["Q-130 What did nepali Market Opening- Mayor Abrams Councilmember Neblett and staff Ellen Paulseth Jeff Thomson and Mike Sable attended of the Nepali Market ?"] "
Ellen Paulseth Jeff Thomson and Mike Sable ["Q-131 Who attended the Grand Opening of the Nepali Market ?"] "
Ellen Paulseth Jeff Thomson and Mike Sable ["Q-132 Who agreed that the food was delicious and encourage us to shop and support this new business at Rice and Larpenteur ?"] "
Mayor Abrams Councilmember Neblett and staff Ellen Paulseth Jeff Thomson and Mike Sable attended the Grand Opening of the Nepali Market. They all agreed that the food ["Q-133 Who was delicious and encourage us to shop and support this new business at Rice and Larpenteur ?"] "
Mayor Abrams Councilmember Neblett ["Q-134 Who encourage us to shop and support this new business at Rice and Larpenteur ?"] "
Nepali Market Opening- Mayor Abrams Councilmember Neblett and staff Ellen Paulseth Jeff Thomson and Mike Sable attended the Grand Opening of the Nepali Market. They all agreed that the food was delicious and encourage us to shop and support this new business at Rice and Larpenteur.\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0Changes to staffing with the Heritage Preservation CommissionI talked with Council about this earlier this year when Ginny Gaynor retired from the City as I had concerns about being able to provide staff report to the HPC. Ginny was the staff liaison to the HPC ["Q-135 Where did Ginny was the staff liaison ?"] "
staff liaison ["Q-136 What did Ginny was to the Hpc ?"] "
Ellen Paulseth Jeff Thomson and Mike Sable attended the Grand Opening of the Nepali Market. They all agreed that the food was delicious and encourage us to shop and support this new business at Rice and Larpenteur.\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0Changes to staffing with the Heritage Preservation CommissionI talked with Council about this earlier this year when Ginny Gaynor retired from the City as I had concerns about being able to provide staff report to the HPC. Ginny ["Q-137 Who was the staff liaison to the Hpc ?"] "
the HPC ["Q-138 Where following her departure staff following to evaluate the work load and the time commitment of staff to support their work ?"] "
re-structured how we approach our support to the HPC ["Q-139 What following her departure staff following to evaluate of the Hpc and the time commitment of staff to support their work ?"] "
re-structured how we approach our support to the HPC ["Q-140 What following her departure staff following to evaluate the work load of the Hpc and the time commitment of staff to support ?"] "
her departure staff had to evaluate the work load of the HPC and the time commitment of staff to support their work. After two conversations with Chair Peter Boulay ["Q-141 Who following to evaluate the w N to evaluate the work load of the Hpc and the time commitment of staff to support their work ?"] "
Parks and other staff I ["Q-142 Who have re - structured how you approach your support to the Hpc ?"] "
Parks and other staff I ["Q-143 Who approach your support to the Hpc ?"] "
re-structured how we approach our support to the HPC ["Q-144 What are the primary reasons for these changes to focus on open Space maintenance and programming and also to add support to the Nature Center operations ?"] "
support ["Q-145 What are the primary reasons for these changes the need to focus on open Space maintenance and programming and also to add to the Nature Center operations ?"] "
primary reasons for these changes ["Q-146 Who are the need to focus on open Space maintenance and programming and also to add support to the Nature Center operations ?"] "
the HPC ["Q-147 Who operates quite differently than the other commissions and their work load is much different ?"] "
Mayor Abrams Councilmember Neblett and staff Ellen Paulseth Jeff Thomson and Mike Sable attended the Grand Opening of the Nepali Market. They all agreed that the food was delicious and encourage us to shop and support this new business at Rice and Larpenteur.\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0Changes to staffing with the Heritage Preservation CommissionI talked with Council about this earlier this year when Ginny Gaynor retired from the City as I had concerns about being able to provide staff report to the HPC. Ginny was the staff liaison to the HPC. Following her departure staff had to evaluate the work load of the HPC and the time commitment of staff to support their work. After two conversations with Chair Peter Boulay and a review of work load with Parks and other staff I\u00a0 have re-structured how we approach our support to the HPC.\u00a0 The primary reasons for these changes are the need to focus on Open Space maintenance and programming and also to add support to the Nature Center operatio , Frankly " ["Q-149 Who do not have staff that has Historic Preservation in their wheelhouse of skills or knowledge ?"] "
changes ["Q-150 What has chair Boulay accepted but you wanted i to be aware of them ?"] "
Chair Boulay ["Q-151 Who has accepted these changes but you wanted i to be aware of them ?"] "
Chair Boulay ["Q-152 Who wanted i to be aware of them ?"] "
concerns or questions please let me know. If I don\u2019t hear from you I am going to assume you are supportive of these changes ["Q-153 What do if me have or questions please let me know ?"] "
Chair Boulay ["Q-154 Who have concerns or questions please let me know ?"] "
Chair Boulay ["Q-155 Who please let me know ?"] "
Paul MN ["Q-156 Who know ?"] "
Chair Boulay ["Q-157 Who don \u2019 t hear from me you is going to assume i are supportive of these changes ?"] "
you I am ["Q-158 Who is going to assume i are supportive of these changes ?"] "
Chair Boulay has accepted these changes but I wanted you to be aware of them. If you have concerns or questions please let me know. If I don\u2019t hear from you I am ["Q-159 Who are supportive of these changes ?"] "
page/1/fonl-localsalestax.jsp?ssl=true\u00a0A new law 2019 First Special Session Chapter 6 modified the process cities and other local units of government must follow to impose future general local sales taxes. Effective July 1 2019 the new process requires local governments to secure legislative authorization for a general sales tax prior to conducting a local referendum.The new process also requires cities to provide additional detailed information on the proposed uses of the local sales tax revenue and information on the \u201cregional significance\u201d of the projects to be funded. Steps of the new process1.\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Adopt a resolution. The city council must first adopt a resolution proposing the tax. The resolution must include the proposed tax rate documentation of the \u201cregional significance\u201d of each project to be funded the amount to be raised with the tax and the estimated length of time the tax will be needed.2.\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Submit reso , Ms. Gaynor " ["Q-161 Who started this review when Ms ?"] "
Ms. Gaynor ["Q-162 Who left and have developed the following new structure the Hpc will continue to meet monthly ( unless they want to meet less often ) you will not cable cast the meetings staff will provide administrative support by distributing the agenda to members and provide action - oriented minutes ?"] "
Ms. Gaynor ["Q-163 Who have developed the following new structure the Hpc will continue to meet monthly ( unless they want to meet less often ) you will not cable cast the meetings staff will provide administrative support by distributing the agenda to members and provide action - oriented minutes ?"] "
The HPC ["Q-164 Who will continue to meet monthly ( unless they want to meet less often ) you will not cable cast the meetings staff will provide administrative support by distributing the agenda to members and provide action - oriented minutes ?"] "
The HPC ["Q-165 Who want to meet less often ) you will not cable cast the meetings staff will provide administrative support by distributing the agenda to members and provide action - oriented minutes ?"] "
Ms. Gaynor left and have developed the following new structure The HPC ["Q-166 Who will not cable cast the meetings staff will provide administrative support by distributing the agenda to members and provide action - oriented minutes ?"] "
meetings staff ["Q-167 Who will provide administrative support by distributing the agenda to members and provide action - oriented minutes ?"] "
meetings staff ["Q-168 Who distributing the agenda to members and provide action - oriented minutes ?"] "
meetings staff ["Q-169 Who provide action - oriented minutes ?"] "
$10000000 ["Q-170 When on what professional help will either provide the support if you can or contribute up to ?"] "
$10000000 ["Q-171 When the Hpc needs professional help on specific projects staff will if whom the support can or contribute up to ?"] "
$10000000 ["Q-172 When the Hpc what n n N N N on specific projects staff will either provide the support if you can or contribute up to ?"] "
$10000000 ["Q-173 When the Hpc needs professional help on what will specific projects staff either provide if you can or contribute up to ?"] "
professional help on specific projects staff ["Q-174 Who will either provide the support if you can or contribute up to ?"] "
$10000000 ["Q-175 Who can or contribute up to ?"] "
the HPC ["Q-176 Who contribute up to ?"] "
re-structured how we approach our support to the HPC ["Q-177 What would you work with Chair Boulay to b N to City Council for authorization on financial contributions ?"] "
local legislators ["Q-178 Who would work with Chair Boulay to bring this to City Council for authorization on financial contributions ?"] "
the other boards ["Q-179 What will in addition the Hpc report to the City Council on an annual basis as do ?"] "
the HPC ["Q-180 Who will report to the City Council on an annual basis as do the other boards ?"] "
PUBLIC ["Q-181 Who is conducting a study on the feasibility and potential benefits of 4 to 3 lane conversions ?"] "
23 road segments ["Q-182 What has the County identified throughout the county that will be part of this study ?"] "
PUBLIC WORKSRamsey ["Q-183 What has the County identified 23 road segments throughout the county that will be of this study ?"] "
PUBLIC WORKSRamsey ["Q-184 Who has identified 23 road segments throughout the county that will be part of this study ?"] "
23 ["Q-185 How much has the County identified road segments throughout the county that will be part of this study ?"] "
PUBLIC ["Q-186 Who have over 4 lane roadways and are often found to be feasibly to convert ?"] "
3 lane roadways have over 4 lane roadways ["Q-187 Who are often found to be feasibly to convert ?"] "
3 lane roadways have over 4 lane roadways and are often found to be feasibly to convert.\u00a0 These benefits include safety operational multimodal possibilities and quality of life benefits.\u00a0 Some of the key safety benefits include crash reduction pedestrian and bicyclist safety reduction in speed and improved sight distance ["Q-188 What these benefits you N operational multimodal possibilities and quality of life benefits ?"] "
crash reduction pedestrian and bicyclist ["Q-189 Who include safety operational multimodal possibilities and quality of life benefits ?"] "
key safety benefits ["Q-190 Who include crash reduction pedestrian and bicyclist safety reduction in speed and improved sight distance ?"] "
Mayor Abrams ["Q-191 Who improved sight distance ?"] "
Maplewood ["Q-192 What several cities including including have been asked to sit on a technical advisory committee ( Tac ) for this study ?"] "
Inver Grove Heights ["Q-193 What several cities including Maplewood including to sit on a technical advisory committee ( Tac ) for this study ?"] "
Maplewood ["Q-194 Who including on a D to sit on a technical advisory committee ( Tac ) for this study ?"] "
2020 ["Q-195 When is the study expected to be completed spring ?"] "
technical advisory committee ["Q-196 What is the study expected to be completed spring of 2020 ?"] "
spring ["Q-197 What is the study expected to be completed of 2020 ?"] "
Melinda ["Q-198 Who is expected to be completed spring of 2020 ?"] "
a letter ["Q-199 What will Ramsey County No Parking Area Requestramsey County sending to residents on the south side of County Road D from Labore Road to County Road D Circle proposing to post this section of road as a no parking area ?"] "
Ramsey County No Parking Area RequestRamsey County ["Q-200 Who will sending a letter to residents on the south side of County Road D from Labore Road to County Road D Circle proposing to post this section of road as a no parking area ?"] "
County Road D Circle ["Q-201 Who proposing to post this section of road as a no parking area ?"] "
safety issues ["Q-202 What can this create for drivers traveling on County Road D in either direction as they try to navigate around the parked vehicles and into oncoming lane of traffic ?"] "
further compounded ["Q-203 What is the issue in the winter when snow accumulates on the shoulder forcing the vehicles to park farther into the travel lanes ?"] "
The issue ["Q-204 Who is further compounded in the winter when snow accumulates on the shoulder forcing the vehicles to park farther into the travel lanes ?"] "
input ["Q-205 What will the county collect for residents and reach back out to the city with the results ?"] "
The county ["Q-206 Who will collect input for residents and reach back out to the city with the results ?"] "
Public CommentsThe Environmental Assessment (EA) documents ["Q-207 Who have been prepared for the Gold Line Brt project ?"] "
The EA ["Q-208 Who is available for viewing on the Gold Line website http//metrotransit ?"] "
The EA ["Q-209 Who viewing on the Gold Line website http//metrotransit ?"] "
public comments ["Q-210 What is org / gold - line - environmental the Gold Line project team taking on the Ea until November 6 2019 ?"] "
The Gold Line project team ["Q-211 Who is taking public comments on the Ea until November 6 2019 ?"] "
online comment form at the above website ["Q-212 What can comments be submitted via email to goldline @ metrotransit ?"] "
Paul MN 55101 ["Q-213 Who can be submitted via email to goldline @ metrotransit ?"] "
email to\u00a0goldline@metrotransit.org online comment form at the above website or written comments ["Q-214 What did org online comment form at the a J website o C written written can be directed togold Line Project Officec / o Chelsa Johnson121 7th Place East Suite 102saint Paul Mn 55101 the following is a list of public events for the opportunity to engage with the Gold Line project team and comment on the Ea document \u00b7 Open House 1 Tuesday October 22 2019 from 500 to 700 p ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint Paul MN 55101 ["Q-215 What did org online comment form at the a J website o C written comments written is a list of public events for the opportunity to engage with the Gold Line project team and comment on the Ea document \u00b7 Open House 1 Tuesday October 22 2019 from 500 to 700 p ?"] "
Saint Paul\u00a0Storm Sewer Line installedPublic Works crews ["Q-216 Who installed a new storm sewer line this week to help reduce drainage issues from storm water that crosses the public right - of - way from the Remackel property to the Schiffler property ?"] "
Paul MN 55101\u00a0The following is a list of public events for the opportunity to engage with the Gold Line project team and comment on the EA document\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Open House 1 Tuesday October 22 2019 from 500 to 700 p.m. at the East Side Learning Hub at Harding High School 1526 6th Street East Saint Paul\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Open House 2 Wednesday October 23 2019 from 500-700 p.m. at the Landfall Community Center 2 Fourth Avenue Landfall\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Office Hours Monday October 28 2019 from 1100 a.m.-100 p.m. at the Gold Line Project Office 121 7th Place East Suite 102 Saint Paul\u00a0Storm Sewer Line installedPublic Works crews installed a new storm sewer line this week to help reduce drainage issues from storm water that crosses the public right-of-way from the Remackel property to the Schiffler property ["Q-217 Who runs along the north side of the"
A big thank you to our Public Works crews ["Q-218 Who help improve the challenging issue between these properties ?"] "
Thursday October 24 ["Q-219 What is Parks And Recreation City Wide Buckthorn Pick Upthe City - wide Buckthorn Pick Up registration deadline ?"] "
Paul MN ["Q-220 Who is Thursday October 24 ?"] "
a large truck full of buckthorn ["Q-221 Who may register for pick up by your public works department during the week of October 28 ?"] "
Residents with more than a large truck full of buckthorn may register for pick ["Q-222 Who up by your public works department during the week of October 28 ?"] "
PARKS AND RECREATION\u00a0City Wide Buckthorn Pick UpThe City-Wide Buckthorn Pick Up registration deadline\u00a0is Thursday October 24.\u00a0 Residents with more than a large truck full of buckthorn may register for pick up by our public works department ["Q-223 What are residents reminded to remove buckthorn by cutting and then treating the stems with herbicide to prevent re - sprouting ?"] "
buckthorn ["Q-224 What are residents reminded to remove by cutting and then treating the stems with herbicide to prevent re - sprouting ?"] "
Higher Ground Academy Field TripsOver ["Q-225 What getting getting acclimated among the wet leaves logs and trees was a bit of a challenge but the students really seemed to enjoy discovering moss fungi galls and viewing the colorful leaves and the wildlife around the pond ?"] "
Afton Heights ["Q-226 Who will be barricaded during the Battle Creek hunt ?"] "
Priory ["Q-227 Where have Signs been posted and letter mailed to the adjacent neighbors ?"] "
Deer ManagementMetro Bowhunters Resource Base ["Q-228 What have Signs been posted at the Priory and letter mailed to the adjacent neighbors ?"] "
Signs ["Q-229 Who have been posted at the Priory and letter mailed to the adjacent neighbors ?"] "
Priory and letter ["Q-230 Who mailed to the adjacent neighbors ?"] "
Ramsey County ["Q-231 Who is responsible for notifications and posting signage for the Fish Creek and Battle Creek hunts ?"] "
Ramsey County ["Q-232 Who posting signage for the Fish Creek and Battle Creek hunts ?"] "
TwinCities.com ["Q-233 Where can i find the Pioneer Press online version ?"] "
Pioneer Press ["Q-234 What can i find online version at twincities ?"] "
Lillie News ["Q-235 Who can find the Pioneer Press online version at twincities ?"] "
November 4\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0Visit the\u00a0e-news\u00a0webpage ["Q-236 Who open the attached Pdf t T read this weeks District 622 e - news ?"] "
if you have any questions or concerns ["Q-237 What time thanks for reading reading ?"] "
Thanks ["Q-238 Who reading this week \u2019 s Fyi ?"] "
Please ["Q-239 Who have any questions or concerns ?"] "
October 28th ["Q-01 October 18th 2019 Communications and News From The Week October 18th 2019 meetings and announcements on what will the next City Council meeting and workshop be held ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0Taste of District 622 and Annual Craft Fair ["Q-02 October 18th 2019 Communications and News From The Week October 18th 2019 meetings and what N and workshop will be held on October 28th ?"] "
The ["Q-03 October 18th 2019 Communications and News From The Week October 18th 2019 meetings and Announcements what will the next City Council meeting and workshop be held on October 28th ?"] "
City Council meeting and workshop ["Q-04 Who will be held on October 28th ?"] "
The next City Council meeting and workshop will be held on October 28th\u00a0.\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 The workshop will begin at 530 ["Q-05 October 18th 2019 Communications and News From The Week October 18th 2019 meetings and Announcements how much will the next City Council meeting and workshop be held on October ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint Paul MN ["Q-06 ]
7 pm ["Q-07 At what will the workshop begin ?"] "
The Council meeting ["Q-08 Who will begin at 530 ?"] "
7 pm ["Q-09 At how much will the workshop begin ?"] "
7 pm ["Q-010 How much will the workshop begin at ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint Paul MN 55101 ["Q-011 ]
openings ["Q-012 For what will you have two Commission interviews on the Park and Enr Commissions and bring back T-21 for follow up clarification and direction ?"] "
The workshop ["Q-013 On what will you have two Commission interviews for openings and Enr Commissions and bring back T-21 for follow up clarification and direction ?"] "
two Commission interviews ["Q-014 What will you have for openings on the Park and Enr Commissions and bring back T-21 for follow up clarification and direction ?"] "
COMMUNICATIONS AND NEWS ["Q-015 We will have two what Commission interviews for openings on the Park and Enr Commissions and bring for follow up clarification and direction ?"] "
COMMUNICATIONS AND NEWS ["Q-016 We will have two what Commission interviews for openings on the Park and Enr Commissions and bring back T-21 for follow and direction ?"] "
The workshop ["Q-017 Who will have two Commission interviews for openings on the Park and Enr Commissions and bring back T-21 for follow up clarification and direction ?"] "
ENR Commissions ["Q-018 Who bring back T-21 for follow up clarification and direction ?"] "
ENR Commissions ["Q-019 Who up clarification and direction ?"] "
two ["Q-020 How much will you have Commission interviews for openings on the Park and Enr Commissions and bring back T-21 for follow up clarification and direction ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-021 ]
7 pm ["Q-022 At what will the Council meeting begin ?"] "
The Council meeting ["Q-023 Who will begin at 7 pm ?"] "
7 ["Q-024 At how much will the Council meeting begin pm ?"] "
7 ["Q-025 How much will the Council meeting begin at pm ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-026 ]
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-027 ]
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 November - Maplewood ["Q-028 What is Paul Chamber Business Education Series schedule of events listed - maplewood Business Engagement Breakfast ?"] "
St. Paul Chamber Business Education Series ["Q-029 Who is listed below \u00b7 November - maplewood Business Engagement Breakfast ?"] "
Melinda ["Q-030 ]
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 November - Maplewood\u00a0Business Engagement Breakfast ["Q-031 On what is Staff working networking event in late afternoon ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 November - Maplewood\u00a0Business Engagement Breakfast ["Q-032 Staff is working in what on holding holding a networking event ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 November - Maplewood\u00a0Business Engagement Breakfast ["Q-033 What is Staff working on holding a networking event in late afternoon ?"] "
a networking event ["Q-034 Staff is working what on holding holding in late afternoon ?"] "
Staff ["Q-035 Who is working on holding a networking event in late afternoon ?"] "
Staff ["Q-036 Who holding a networking event in late afternoon ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0Taste of District 622 ["Q-037 ]
hopefully dry ["Q-038 What you hope to have down next week ?"] "
networking event ["Q-039 We hope to have what did plans nailed d R ?"] "
Staff ["Q-040 Who hope to have plans nailed down next week ?"] "
Staff ["Q-041 Who nailed down next week ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-042 ]
Option Sales Taxes - https//www.lmc.org/page/1/LocalSalesTaxes.jsp?ssl ["Q-043 ]
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-044 ]
830 ["Q-045 How much is t T 130 pm ?"] "
Success ["Q-046 - business Education Series \u2013 8 metrics to what Success ( Roseville ) \u00b7 Council / hedc Development Tour- Saturday November 16th at 830 are ?"] "
130 ["Q-047 - business Education Series \u2013 8 Metrics t t N N N Success ( Roseville ) \u00b7 Council / hedc Development Tour- Saturday November 16th at 830 are t T 130 pm ?"] "
130 ["Q-048 - business Education Series \u2013 8 Metrics t t N N T Success ( Roseville ) \u00b7 Council / hedc Development Tour- Saturday November 16th at 830 are t N 130 pm ?"] "
3-430 p.m. - Business Education Series\u00a0\u2013 8 Metrics to Success ["Q-049 - business Education Series \u2013 8 metrics whose Success ( Roseville ) \u00b7 Council / hedc Development Tour- Saturday November 16th at 830 are t T 130 pm ?"] "
St. Paul Chamber Business Education Series ["Q-050 - business Education Series \u2013 8 Metrics t T Success ( Roseville ) \u00b7 Council / hedc Development Tour- Saturday November 16th at 830 are whose 130 pm ?"] "
3-430 ["Q-051 - business Education Series \u2013 8 Metrics how much t t N N N Success ( Roseville ) \u00b7 Council / hedc Development Tour- Saturday November 16th at 830 are to 130 pm ?"] "
130 ["Q-052 - business Education Series \u2013 8 Metrics t T Success ( Roseville ) \u00b7 Council / hedc Development Tour- Saturday November 16th at 830 are how much pm ?"] "
Melinda ["Q-053 ]
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-054 ]
Success ["Q-055 To what did \u00b7 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and Hedc scheduled for November 25th at 4 pm ?"] "
November 25th ["Q-056 For what did \u00b7 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and Hedc scheduled at 4 pm to 7 pm ?"] "
4 pm ["Q-057 At what did \u00b7 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and Hedc scheduled for November 25th to 7 pm ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and HEDC ["Q-058 Who scheduled for November 25th at 4 pm to 7 pm ?"] "
4 ["Q-059 At how much did \u00b7 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and Hedc scheduled for November 25th pm to 7 pm ?"] "
November 25th ["Q-060 How much did \u00b7 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and Hedc scheduled for November at 4 pm to 7 pm ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-061 ]
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-062 In what will this be held ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and HEDC scheduled for\u00a0November 25th\u00a0at 4 pm to 7 pm ["Q-063 What will this be held in the Council Chambers ?"] "
\u00b7\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Strategic Planning Meeting- City Council and HEDC ["Q-064 Who will be held in the Council Chambers ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-065 ]
Maplewood Sales tax options ["Q-066 What has updates from Staff and Council Administration Potential sales Tax Optionsassistant City Manager Mike Sable put ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint Paul MN 55101 ["Q-067 ]
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-068 ]
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint Paul MN 55101 ["Q-069 ]
clear regional benefit\u201d)Construction ["Q-070 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax does it seems likely that the you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
change ["Q-071 Under what Regional significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the earliest you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
clear regional benefit\u201d)Construction ["Q-072 In what Regional significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the earliest you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
clear regional benefit\u201d)Construction ["Q-073 Where regional significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the earliest you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
the earliest we ["Q-074 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax that what does it seems likely could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
the council set a special election for the referendum ["Q-075 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the earliest you could institute unless what would a sales tax be January 2023 \u2013 set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
the referendum ["Q-076 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the earliest you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 for what a special election ?"] "
three key pieces\u00a0The Local Option Sales TaxThe Change to the Process ["Q-077 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council what p p N N N Tax it seems likely that the e J you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
clear regional benefit\u201d)Construction ["Q-078 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local option sales whom T T N N N seems likely that the e J you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
three key pieces\u00a0The Local Option Sales TaxThe Change to the Process (i.e. Regional Significance or \u201cclear regional benefit\u201d)Construction ["Q-079 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the e e N N N you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
three key pieces\u00a0The Local Option Sales TaxThe Change to the Process (i.e. Regional Significance or \u201cclear regional benefit\u201d)Construction ["Q-080 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that what e the e J you J would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
January 2023 ["Q-081 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the e J you could institute what would a sales tax be unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ["Q-082 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the e J you could institute what would a sales tax be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set for the referendum ?"] "
The Local Option Sales TaxThe Change to the Process (i.e. Regional Significance or \u201cclear regional benefit\u201d)Construction ["Q-083 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the whose you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
The Local Option Sales TaxThe Change to the Process ["Q-084 Who \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the earliest you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
Local Option Sales Tax ["Q-085 Who seems likely that the earliest you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
Local Option Sales Tax ["Q-086 Who could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
a sales tax ["Q-087 Who would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
three key pieces\u00a0The Local Option Sales TaxThe Change to the Process (i.e. Regional Significance or \u201cclear regional benefit\u201d)Construction ["Q-088 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales Tax e how much does it seems likely that the you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
three key pieces\u00a0The Local Option Sales TaxThe Change to the Process (i.e. Regional Significance or \u201cclear regional benefit\u201d)Construction ["Q-089 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the how much e e N N N you could institute a sales tax would be January 2023 \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
2023 ["Q-090 Regional Significance or \u201c clear regional benefit \u201d ) construction Materials sales Tax exemption under the change in the law if the Council pursues a local Option sales tax it seems likely that the e J you could institute how much would a sales tax be January \u2013 unless the council set a special election for the referendum ?"] "
Melinda ["Q-091 ]
Determined ["Q-092 Council Resolution in support - to what did determined by City Council Council Resolution Determined - January 31 2020 ( deadline ) Legislative Approval - May 2020referendum post - legislative approval - November 2022 ( unless a special election is called ) Institute sales tax - January 1 2023 for an exemption to the Construction Materials sales Tax there are no additional requirements save for the changes to procurement methods ?"] "
a special election is called)Institute ["Q-093 Council Resolution in support - determined by City Council Council Resolution submitted to Tax Committee - January 31 2020 ( deadline ) Legislative Approval - May 2020referendum post - legislative approval - November 2022 ( unless to what is a special election called ) Institute sales tax - January 1 2023 for an exemption there are no additional requirements save for the changes to procurement methods ?"] "
a special election ["Q-094 Council Resolution in support - unless what did determined by City Council Council Resolution determined to Tax Committee - January 31 2020 ( deadline ) Legislative Approval - May 2020referendum post - legislative approval - November 2022 ( is called ) Institute sales tax - January 1 2023 for an exemption to the Construction Materials sales Tax there are no additional requirements save for the changes to procurement methods ?"] "
a special election ["Q-095 Council Resolution in support - determined by City Council Council Resolution submitted to Tax Committee - January 31 2020 ( deadline ) Legislative Approval - May 2020referendum post - legislative approval - November 2022 ( unless for what is a special election called ) Institute sales tax - January 1 2023 to the Construction Materials sales Tax there are no additional requirements save for the changes to procurement methods ?"] "
changes ["Q-096 Council Resolution in support - determined by City Council Council Resolution submitted to Tax Committee - January 31 2020 ( deadline ) Legislative Approval - May 2020referendum post - legislative approval - November 2022 ( unless a special election is called ) Institute sales tax - January 1 2023 for an exemption to the Construction Materials sales Tax there are for what do no additional requirements save to procurement methods ?"] "
a special election ["Q-097 Council Resolution in support - determined by City Council Council Resolution submitted to Tax Committee - January 31 2020 ( deadline ) Legislative Approval - May 2020referendum post - legislative approval - November 2022 ( unless is a special election called ) Institute sales tax - January 1 2023 for an exemption to the Construction Materials sales Tax there are no additional requirements save for the changes to procurement methods ?"] "
a special election is called)Institute ["Q-098 Council Resolution in support - determined by City Council Council Resolution submitted to Tax Committee - January 31 2020 ( deadline ) Legislative Approval - May 2020referendum post - legislative approval - November 2022 ( unless what is a special election called ) Institute sales tax - January 1 2023 for an exemption to the Construction Materials sales Tax there are save for the changes to procurement methods ?"] "
support - Determined ["Q-099 Council Resolution in support - determined by City Council Council Resolution submitted to Tax Committee - January 31 2020 ( deadline ) Legislative Approval - May 2020referendum post - legislative approval - November 2022 ( unless a special election is called ) Institute sales tax - January 1 2023 for an exemption to the Construction Materials sales Tax there are what do no additional requirements save for the changes to p N ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-0100 ]
five ["Q-0101 As a general rule the legislature caps the amount to be of what a timeline ( 5 ) years to complete ?"] "
legislature caps ["Q-0102 As what N to be refunded and sets a timeline of five ( 5 ) years to complete ?"] "
the legislature caps ["Q-0103 As what the amount to be refunded and sets a timeline of five ( 5 ) years to complete ?"] "
legislature caps ["Q-0104 As what the amount to be refunded and s N of five ( 5 ) years to complete ?"] "
five ["Q-0105 As a general rule the legislature caps the amount to be of how much a timeline ( 5 ) years to complete ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-0106 ]
LMC ["Q-0107 Where do Please see attached information ?"] "
attached information ["Q-0108 What do please see from Lmc ?"] "
Please ["Q-0109 Who see attached information from Lmc ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint ["Q-0110 ]
both if/when the time comes to consider. Let us know if you would like copies of potential language ["Q-0111 For what does Staff has legislative language if / when the time comes to consider ?"] "
legislative language ["Q-0112 What does Staff has sample for both if / when the time comes to consider ?"] "
sample ["Q-0113 What does Staff has legislative language for both if / when comes to consider ?"] "
Option Sales Taxes - https//www.lmc.org ["Q-0114 ]
Staff has sample legislative ["Q-0115 Let if whom do us know would like copies of potential language ?"] "
potential language ["Q-0116 Let us know of what would if me like copies ?"] "
copies ["Q-0117 Let us know what would if me like of potential language ?"] "
Let us ["Q-0118 Who know if me would like copies of potential language ?"] "
Let us know ["Q-0119 Who would like copies of potential language ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint Paul MN 55101 ["Q-0120 ]
Council action ["Q-0121 Where will staff add this to calendar to schedule after defining preferred scope of legislation ?"] "
defining ["Q-0122 After what will staff add this to calendar to schedule for Council action preferred scope of legislation ?"] "
legislation ["Q-0123 Staff will add this to calendar to schedule of what defining for Council action after defining preferred scope ?"] "
potential language ["Q-0124 What will staff add to calendar to schedule for Council action after defining preferred scope of legislation ?"] "
legislative language ["Q-0125 Staff will add this to calendar to schedule what defining for Council action after defining preferred of legislation ?"] "
Staff ["Q-0126 Who will add this to calendar to schedule for Council action after defining preferred scope of legislation ?"] "
Staff ["Q-0127 Who defining preferred scope of legislation ?"] "
7th\u00a0Place East Suite 102Saint Paul MN 55101 ["Q-0128 ]
The League of Minnesota Cities remains the key source for legislative tracking and review of bills impacting cities in the state of Minnesota ["Q-0129 The League of Minnesota Cities remains the key source for legislative tracking review of bills impacting cities in the state of Minnesota ?"] "
legislative tracking ["Q-0130 For what the league of Minnesota Cities remains the key source a C review of bills impacting cities in the state of Minnesota ?"] "
The League of Minnesota Cities remains the key source for legislative tracking and review of bills impacting cities in the state of Minnesota ["Q-0131 The League of Minnesota Cities remains the key source for legislative tracking review of bills impacting cities in the state of Minnesota ?"] "