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Federal government gets speedier appeal with AT&T to make it simpler to ‘unwind’ Time Warner merger on 19th of Jul 2018 It wants it to happen quickly. The federal government received approval from the United States District Court of Appeals to expedite the appeal of its case to block the AT&T (NYSE: T) acquisition of T
Lawsuit Seeking Notice Before Transfer of Immigrant Children Moved to Calif. Federal Court From NY on 19th of Jul 2018 A lawsuit that sought to provide immigrant children in New York separated from their parents with advanced notice before being moved to another facility has been transferred to a federal judge . ask
Federal Judge Orders Temporary Halt to Deportations of Recently Reunited Migrant Families (Jul 2018) A federal judge in San Diego is temporarily . written objection to the order but has directed the government to halt such deportations for now. The American Civil Liberties Union asked the judge to
Judge dismisses federal government’s challenge to California sanctuary laws (Jul 2018) He ruled Monday that the federal government could proceed with its attempt to block part of a third California sanctuary law. Mendez rejected the U.S. government’s argument the U.S. Constitution gives
Judge blocks family deportations (Jul 2018) A federal judge in California on Monday temporarily blocked the government from deporting families who were recently reunited after being separated by immigration authorities at the Southwest border.
Douglas Rooks: Try old-fashioned government on 19th of Jul 2018 Endless appeals by the LePage administration of the federal guarantee of expanded Medicaid funding . to one caucus in Maine’s Legislature shutting down state government and repeatedly postponing fin
Idaho man gets federal prison sentence in Nevada standoff on 19th of Jul 2018 Bundy has long contended that the land on which he grazes his cattle should not be claimed by the federal government. Contact David Ferrara . to the incident just after 10 p.m. on the 5000 block of
Plowman: We have a new federal Cabinet. Now let’s return to true Cabinet government on 19th of Jul 2018 A new government initiative, often a plank in the winning party . Currently, about 200 people work there, occupying most of the former Langevin Block (now renamed). This office is headed by the prim
Feds block government archaeologists from speaking at a major science conference (many weeks now) Salt Lake Tribune Salt Lake Tribune At a time when archaeological sites are a growing flashpoint in the debate over public lands, the Bureau of Land Management blocked at least 14 staff archaeologists and other specialists, including some from Utah, from attending a major scientific .
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How far would you walk for a job? Walter Carr walked 20 Miles! on 19th of Jul 2018 Yellowhammer News Yellowhammer News Entire city blocks of tightly bunched wooden buildings could burn without effective firefighting response. Insurers wanted to know where poor fire protection created a . Economic activity increasingly involves documenting compliance with company .
The Energy 202: Interior agency blocks group of archaeologists from attending scientific conference (many weeks now) Washington Post Washington Post The archaeologists from BLM were scheduled to give a presentation at a symposium titled “Tough Issues in Land Management Archaeology,” which ultimately had to be cancelled due to the lack of participation of government scientists. Now some .
Red tape slows oil and gas projects, New Mexico governor says (since Jun, 2018) Salt Lake Tribune Salt Lake Tribune Feds block government archaeologists from speaking at a major science conference · Utah public-lands bill that would protect 1 million acres, establish a Jurassic National Monument is drawing fire from conservation groups. Trump proposes easing oil .
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Tougher drilling rules could cost billions, oil and gas advocacy group says (since Jun, 2018) Salt Lake Tribune Salt Lake Tribune If new rules keep the oil and gas in the ground, owners of the rights could file compensation claims against state and local governments under the “takings” clause of the Fifth Amendment, the group said. The amendment says private property cannot be .
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‘The divide holds up’: How two rural Utah counties disagree on most everything, but especially environmental policies (many weeks now) Salt Lake Tribune Salt Lake Tribune Feds block government archaeologists from speaking at a major science conference. San Juan County judge rejects delay in felony gate-closing case, but moves activists’ May 23 trial to Price. Wildlife officials couldn’t find this Utah poacher. Then he .
AL senator files bill to release records from civil-rights cold cases (Jul 2018) Yellowhammer News Yellowhammer News The federal government would be required to release records from unsolved criminal cases linked to the civil-rights era under a bill proposed Tuesday. Alabama Democratic U.S. Sen. Doug Jones, a former prosecutor who sent two Ku Klux Klansmen to prison .
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Rep. Gary Palmer showed FBI agent Peter Strzok some tough love in fiery hearing (Jul 2018) Yellowhammer News Yellowhammer News Members of the House Judicial and Oversight Committee spent over nine hours on Thursday questioning FBI agent Peter Strzok about his role in the high-profile investigations into Hillary Clinton’s emails and President Trump’s alleged collusion with the .
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Why the Fed’s predictable interest rate rises make high-yield bonds and even equities look attractive (since Jun, 2018) South China Morning Post South China Morning Post Things are even tougher for fixed income, with US government debt and global corporate credit in negative territory on returns. Emerging market debt started the year well, but a stronger US dollar in recent months has put significant pressure on some .