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2 hrs ago | The Wilson County News
Post a comment WASHINGTON--U.S. Senator John Cornyn today addressed Majority Leader Harry Reid 's refusal to allow a vote on the HUMANE Act, bipartisan legislation designed to address the growing crisis on the southern border.
6 hrs ago | JD Supra
On May 21, 2014, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy announced that he was removing patent reform legislation from the Committee's agenda, effectively eliminating any chance for Senate consideration this year.
Sen. Claire McCaskill contemplates the future of the National Technical Information Service.
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U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill has made a $240,000 donation to the Missouri Democratic Party, which makes her the party's new top donor.
Senators Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., and Roy Blunt, R-Mo., introduced a bill, The Grid Reliability Act of 2014, that would prevent suits or fines against utilities for violations of environmental laws or regulations when utilities are ordered by the Department of Energy to generate power to maintain electric reliability.
The 2016 Real Clear Politics' general election match-up polls support McCaskill's argument.
Kudos to The New York Times , The Christian Science Monitor and Huffington Post for their continued focus on campus sexual violence.
President Obama's choice to administer the White House Office of Federal Procurement Policy would seek to enhance the expertise of the government's in-house acquisition workforce while gathering better interagency data on past prices paid for products and contractor services.
The 64-year-old National Technical Information Service has come under fire from senators and a congressional watchdog for charging other agencies for old reports that in many cases are available elsewhere for free.
Dana Bolger speaking at a Senate roundtable on campus sexual assault As the latest graduation season came and went this past spring, the traditional mortarboards worn by graduates were adorned with a new addition - bright red tape spelling "IX."
A bipartisan duo of senators wants to kill a small government agency with a bill called the Let Me Google That for You Act.
Is Washington effectively enabling innovation? How can policy makers keep pace with rapid developments in technology? Tune in tomorrow morning at 8:30 a.m. as we discuss these questions and more at the intersection of tech policy and innovation.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 07:42 pm
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