Monthly Archives: September 2018

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This article has nothing to do with Brett Kavanaugh or Donald Trump. Enjoy!

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It takes the one-two punch of low unemployment and higher minimum wages to knock out wage stagnation for low-wage workers.

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A legal case that began with a dispute between a member of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors and a constituent may help to set the rules for how politicians interact with the public online.

  • Christopher Fonzone and Joshua A. Geltzer
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  • Sep 26
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The State Department meticulously corroborated the horrors, but then it silently released its findings rather than leverage them to direct policy.

  • Daniel Baer
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  • Sep 26
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That is bad news for America.

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I wrote the special counsel regulations. This is what he should do before his meeting with Trump.

  • Neal Katyal
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  • Sep 26
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No wonder Rod Rosenstein still had a job at the end of Monday.

  • Elizabeth Spiers
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  • Sep 25
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The FEC has declined to scrutinize whether members of Congress are using leadership PACs for their personal benefit. It's one of the worst loopholes in the system.

  • Marian Currinder
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  • Sep 25
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A few observed blindspots among the American elite.

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When we weaken encryption standards, we put the most vulnerable among us at risk.

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