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“Romney, of course, passed a health plan as governor of Massachusetts containing an individual mandate, unaware that conservatives would soon decide that this once non-controversial policy tool constitutes the gravest threat to American liberty since King George the Third.”
“It would make more sense for NASA to take, say, the $250M from the stimulus package that's going to Ares/Orion and use that in other, non-controversial and non-problematic exploration areas like COTS-D, lunar robotics, ISS experiments related to exploration, or the like.”
“While the outyear budgets were a non-controversial flat-line placeholder, the 2010 budget enabled real progress.”
“The republican party strategy to insult and disrespect the president even on non-controversial issue as speaking to school kids nationally on the importance of education is a sad comedy in itself.”
“Instead, he delivered a non-controversial speech that was demagogued by right-wing conservatives.”
“What actually happened, as I wrote last week, was that the House was operating under rules used to pass "non-controversial" bills, making the chamber subject to the same two-thirds supermajority as the Senate.”
“The bill to reauthorize key parts of the counter-terrorism surveillance law, which expire at the end of the month, required a super-majority to pass under special rules reserved for non-controversial measures.”
“But they chose to do it under special fast-track rules, usually reserved for non-controversial measures, that require a two-thirds vote.”
“What began as a promising and non-controversial community project between the writer of Billy Elliot, Opera North and the people of Bridlington has become a bitter row over whether explicit references by a gay character to his sexuality can be included in a work that involves primary school children.”
“Some, he said, were on non-controversial bills that eventually passed by overwhelming majorities.”
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