Origin of statehouse
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The GOP also enhanced its hold on the statehouse, which the party took over two years ago.Arkansas’s Blue Collar Social Conservatives Don’t Know What’s Coming
November 10, 2014
And in a couple of months, they could all have Republicans in their statehouse.Return of the Blue State Republican Governor?
September 10, 2014
For generations of journalists, covering the statehouse has been a prestigious beat.Who’s Watching Your Statehouse? No One.
July 19, 2014
It will get statehouse representatives and state senators writing in and saying what good corporate citizens these companies are.Is the Media Mega-Merger of TWC and Comcast a Match Made In Hell?
March 6, 2014
“It is a little more exciting,” said Joe DiVincenzo, the Essex County Executive in the lobby of the statehouse, prior to speech.In State of the State, Christie Tries to Cross the Bridge
January 14, 2014
On the way to the Statehouse in the aircar, I kept wondering just how smart I had been.Lone Star Planet
Henry Beam Piper and John Joseph McGuire
He went to the statehouse, and to the senate chamber, and asked to see Senator Bryant.Eighth Reader
I hold nothin' against you, but it wasn't any more my fault than the statehouse!The Magnificent Ambersons
The fourth statehouse, which seems to have been built on the foundations of the third, was destroyed by fire in 1698.
When the Governor realized that resistance would be useless, he ordered the guns to be dismantled, and returned to the statehouse.
- (in the US) the building which houses a state legislature; State capitol
- a building in which public affairs or state ceremonies are conducted
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