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Two important points need to be made about the lamentable Benghazi affair. The first is that this is no time to start reaching for the self-firing, almost untargeted impeachment six-guns. Ever since Watergate, the joys of criminalizing policy
Sweden's EU Commissioner wants to create a register with details of lobbyists and firms that conduct lobbying. The register would open up for public insight into the pressure exerted on lawmakers in Sweden. "People have a right to know which
Among the threats, chemical terror is ranked most likely, followed by biological and radioactive. The report states that "there are many indications regarding willingess of terrorist organizations to obtain information about unconventional
Halliburton currently focuses on shale geology to determine the most economical way to recover natural gas. Halliburton is also building a field facility in Poland to provide company products and services to all prospective shale plays in the country.
Suggested Topics Some of Britain's biggest lobbying firms are urging ministers to impose legal controls on their industry after the Government failed to include plans for a compulsory register of their members in the Queen's Speech. Proposals for a
That seems like a fair use of my money as a WEA member [State teachers union flexing sizable political muscle again, NWSunday, May 5]. It makes me wonder what the lobbying dollars to membership ratio is for the other organizations mentioned in Brian
Del. (AP) The state House has passed a bill prohibiting former members of the General Assembly from working as lobbyists for one year after leaving office. The bill was approved on a 30-11 vote Tuesday after lawmakers narrowly defeated an amendment
The Bulldogs, undefeated in the South Suburban Conference through this season and the last, dropped the first game and trailed Eisenhower 12-9 in the second before outside hitters Nick Costa and Edvinas Karalius starting going off. The pair blasted
Majority of lawmakers don't want to answer voters' questions Maybe middle-class Kansans should hire a lobbyist to represent their interests with lawmakers in Topeka. It seems lobbyists have little trouble getting lawmakers attention, after all, they
The Washington Education Association spends more on lobbying the Legislature than any other group. The Seattle Times ( http://is.gd/9FiRA4 ) reports the state teacher's union spent more than $380,000 on lobbying in the first three months of 2013.