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4 hrs ago | The Hill
Patent reform advocates are lining up to support a new House bill that would put restrictions on the "demand letters" companies send threatening patent infringement lawsuits.
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8 hrs ago | Newsday
Sens. Patrick Leahy of Vermont and John Cornyn of Texas, leaders of the Judiciary Committee, have long shown an admirable commitment to open government, and their recent bill to amend the Freedom of Information Act is winning a ton of praise.
12 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Congressional Democrats aren't letting up on pressuring the FCC to preserve real net neutrality.
WINOOSKI, Vt. - After nearly two years of effort, MyWebGrocer Chief Operating Officer Jerry Tarrant has seen his crusade to fight back against patent trolls come to nothing.
On the left, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky speaks at Faith and Freedom Coalition's Road to Majority event in Washington, Friday, June 20, 2014.
The courts, public-interest groups and the media are all struggling with uneven transparency and cooperation from the agency.
Gov. Peter Shumlin, Sen. Patrick Leahy and Green Mountain Power President Mary Powell unveiled a new electric vehicle charging station Monday, calling it a step toward bringing more affordable and energy-efficient transportation to Vermont.
The Worldwide Web is a universe of information, and we travel through it largely unfettered, searching for whatever we want - videos, blog posts, obscure products and services, whole catalogs of knowledge like Wikipedia.
If Senator Patrick Leahy is not grilling the president's nominees for federal judgeships or questioning State Department budget officers, he just might be moonlighting as the governor of the Utah Territory, circa 1870.
Sen. Patrick Leahy and Gov. Peter Shumlin will be on hand to help announce the new charging stations at the Red Hen Bakery building in Middlesex.
Lightning-fast Internet connectivity, telemedicine advances and even robot surrogates in classrooms are just a sampling of what state leaders and telecommunications companies like VTel hope will be coming to Vermont in the near future.
At a "field" hearing earlier this week in Burlington, Vermont, Senator Patrick Leahy and Rep. Peter Welch, both from the Green Mountain state, gave local resident who may not easily make the trip to Washington a chance to weigh-in on the thorny topic 'net neutrality.'
Open access to the Internet is vital to the free flow of information both for ideas and commerce, Vermont business owners and others told a field hearing of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.
A new poll out of Michigan shows incumbent Republican Gov. Rick Snyder tied with Democratic challenger Mark Schauer.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 11:13 pm
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