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2Day in #OpenGov 8/13/2013

by PolicyFellow

NEWS:

  • Progress Kentucky, a Democratic super PAC that received controversy for alleged bugging of Senator Mitch McConnell's meetings, is shutting down. The super PAC raised only $15,000 in the first two quarters, but in a race that could ...

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2Day in #OpenGov 8/12/2013

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by Justin Lin, policy intern NEWS:

  • With each passing day, the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) looks less likely to be repealed, but Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is continuing efforts to either repeal or defund the ACA. He is giving ...

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2Day in #OpenGov 8/9/2013

by PolicyFellow

by Justin Lin, policy intern NEWS:

  • It seems that Sen. Rand Paul and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell have quite the interesting relationship. Joe Scarborough, a former member of the House, called the relationship between McConnell and Paul a "marriage of ...

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2Day in #OpenGov 8/5/2013

by PolicyFellow

by Justin Lin, policy intern NEWS:

  • According to a recent Quinnipac poll, Chris Christie was viewed the most favorably in the country, topping out at 53.1 "degrees." He beat out Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Senator Elizabeth Warren, and ...

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2Day in #OpenGov 8/2/2013

by PolicyFellow

by Justin Lin, policy intern NEWS:

  • Rep. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), an Iraq war veteran and first-term representative is reportedly going to run for the Arkansas Senate seat, though Cotton's spokeswoman has not confirmed nor denied such reports. Cotton faces ...

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2Day in #OpenGov 8/1/2013

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by Justin Lin, policy intern NEWS:

  • A bill by Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), Ron Wyden (D-OR), and Tom Udall (D-NM) would create an office that would argue in favor of privacy rights in the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) courts ...

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