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2015/01/24 18:42
2015/01/24 18:42
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In the summer of 2012, one of my former law school classmates speculated that the company that owned the local electric utility in Washington, DC would have a different name in five years. That...
2015/01/24 18:42
2015/01/24 18:42
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2015/01/23 22:56
2015/01/23 22:56
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A group of Arkansas landowners has a filed a petition in Johnson County Circuit Court asking a judge to find that Plains All American Pipeline can't use eminent domain to obtain easements for its...
2015/01/23 14:06
2015/01/23 14:06
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During the 2004 presidential election, I spent time near Canton, Ohio, trying to turn out votes for John Kerry. I visited neighborhoods around the struggling Rust Belt town, knocking on doors and...
2015/01/22 03:29
2015/01/22 03:29
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... can never be too safe,” goes the old saying. But how much are we willing to empty our pockets to be as safe as government insists? The Consumer Product Safety Commission is about to make home...
2015/01/21 17:20
2015/01/21 17:20
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Former congressman Dan Lungren sits third from the left in the back row. (AP screenshot) Our eagle-eyed colleague Paul Kane spotted former representative Dan Lungren (R-Calif.) sitting in the back of...
2015/01/21 16:52
2015/01/21 16:52
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Do you remember the nonstop ads this fall about the GMO moratorium? Monsanto, Dow and other multinational corporations spent $7.9 million on ads against Maui's Voter Initiative on Genetically...
2015/01/17 02:22
2015/01/17 02:22
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WASHINGTON — It’s been five years since the Supreme Court lifted restrictions on how much money corporations and unions could spend putting their favorite candidates in office. The result, according...
2015/01/13 10:51
2015/01/13 10:51
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Pearce Pushed House Rule Change to Provide ‘Protection’ in Ethics Cases Pearce said he felt a junior staffer was “unfairly singled out” in an ethics probe. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File...
2015/01/12 13:45
2015/01/12 13:45
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HOLDING LINE ON CORPORATE INFLUENCE: Asa Hutchinson will use corporate cash to pay for his inaugural festivities, along with ticket receipts, but is holding the line on corporate money at the levels...
Read more at Arkansas Times, Reuters
2015/01/12 11:20
2015/01/12 11:20
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The measure would change the process for analyzing and formulating new regulations, requiring agencies to adopt “the least costly rule considered during the rule making,” with limited exceptions. The...
2015/01/11 08:57
2015/01/11 08:57
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Published: Sunday, January 11, 2015, 12:01 a.m. Christie's NFL tickets may require further review Gov. Chris Christie's appearances at professional football games to cheer on his beloved Dallas...
2015/01/10 04:41
2015/01/10 04:41
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Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on Friday declined to answer questions about a federal investigation into his re-election campaign's financing. Brownback was in the Kansas City area on Friday stuffing...
2015/01/09 20:03
2015/01/09 20:03
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AUSTIN, TX – Retiring State Representative Lon Burnam, who served 18 years in the Texas House of Representatives, earning a reputation as one of its most outspoken passionate members, will join Public...
2015/01/09 13:54
2015/01/09 13:54
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... Texas Tribune) — Gov.-elect Greg Abbott on Thursday singled out local ordinances on single-use plastic bags, tree cutting and fracking as tantamount to turning the Lone Star State into...
2015/01/06 03:15
2015/01/06 03:15
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Morgan Stanley joined a growing list of prominent corporate brands to suffer a data breach, after it revealed an employee stole the information�to as many as 350,000 wealth management clients, and...
2015/01/03 00:17
2015/01/03 00:17
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Van T. Mitchell, an Annapolis lobbyist who is Gov.-elect Larry Hogan's choice to serve as Maryland's health secretary, said Friday he will recuse himself from considering matters that involve his...
2015/01/02 22:49
2015/01/02 22:49
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SEC Chairwoman Mary Jo White has said the commission is committed to implementing the pay-disclosure rule. WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)—Supporters of a rule that would require public companies to...
2015/01/02 02:15
2015/01/02 02:15
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A tiny special-interest group, one with obscene amounts of money, has captured control of much of the U.S. government through the use of a minuscule bit of its money in political campaigns and...
2014/12/30 17:57
2014/12/30 17:57
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Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 9:34am Have Texans breathed cleaner air since Rick Perry became Governor? The answer from both die-hard conservatives and ardent environmentalists is a near-unqualified...
2014/12/28 04:39
2014/12/28 04:39
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When it comes to the environment, one of the hottest topics during the state's 2015-16 legislative session will be climate change. With the effects of climate change already visible, Sen. Rodney...
2015/01/24 18:42
2015/01/24 18:42
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