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Good News?

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) told a National Press Club Newsmakers News Conference yesterdaythat the House will pass President Obama’s tax compromise bill but because of “concerns,”
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Bus Drivers Not Competent To Vote For Union?

Pretty crazy argument: A National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) administrative law judge has dismissed objections filed by Student Transportation of America (STA), Ledyard Public Schools’
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Supreme Court Asked to Review Constitutionality of Minor Party Provisions of Connecticut Public Financing Law;

Provisions Were Upheld as Constitutional by Second Circuit Court of Appeals Based on Holdings in Buckley v. Valeo On December 9, 2010, the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation filed a petition
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Britain at political crossroads

New Labour’s spending legacy tests coalition’s mission to cut deficit Is Britain moving to the right, along with the U.S.? The National Centre for Social Research today released its latest British
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Responsible Wealth Calls for Stronger Tax Provisions in Obama-GOP Deal

Applauds House Democrats for Their Commitment to Strengthening the Plan Responsible Wealth, a nationwide network of more than 700 business leaders and high wealth individuals, vigorously rejects
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Congress Should Restore A Strong Estate Tax

The Americans for a Fair Estate Tax (AFET), a coalition of dozens of national and state organizations, announced today that it had sent a coalition letter to all members of the House and Senate
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New Analysis Shows Families Are Benefitting from Health Reform Law

Today, we got some good news about how the Affordable Care Act is already making a difference in people’s lives across the country.  The California Public Employees’ Retirement System
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Clean Energy Jobs in the Balance in Tax Negotiation

As the White House and Congressional Democrats and Republicans continue to negotiate the extension of the Bush-era tax cuts, a proven job creation program has been left out of the current draft. The
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