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  • Roberts: Stop EPA from Regulating Farm Dust

     Roberts: Stop EPA from Regulating Farm Dust
    ¬† Disclaimer: This news release is a statement provided by the elected official’s office. ¬†Continuing his efforts to repeal burdensome, costly and ridiculous regulations, U.S. Senator Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) signed on as a co-sponsor this week to a...
  • Malloy, DeStefano, Finch and Segarra urge Congress to repeal DOMA

    Malloy, DeStefano, Finch and Segarra urge Congress to repeal DOMA
    The Senate Judiciary Committee approved a measure to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act last week. It was a party-line vote in favor of sending a bill called The Respect for Marriage Act to the Senate and House. Ten Democrats voted for it; eight...
  • Impasse boosts chances of tax hike, end of some jobless benefits Jan. 1

    Impasse boosts chances of tax hike, end of some jobless benefits Jan. 1
    The Senate is gone, the House is packing up, and for now that means working Americans will see their taxes rise in January. The Capitol emptied to an eerie quiet on Tuesday, with no signs of negotiations toward a compromise that would save an expiring...
  • Moran works to stop over regulation of family farms and ranches

    Moran works to stop over regulation of family farms and ranches
    Dislcaimer: This press release is a statement provided by the elected official’s office. Moran works to stop over regulation of family farms and ranches “In towns from coast to coast, consumers enjoy a safe and affordable food supply due...
  • ATF sought to downplay guns scandal, emails show

    ATF sought to downplay guns scandal, emails show
    Two days after U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian A. Terry was killed in December, the top ATF supervisors in Phoenix said in internal emails that weapons found at the scene in Arizona came from a failed agency sting operation. But nearly two months later,...
  • FBI report at odds with ATF claim on weapons

    FBI report at odds with ATF claim on weapons
    The claim by senior ATF officials that none of the weapons lost in the botched Fast and Furious sting operation were used in the shooting of a Border Patrol agent is not supported by FBI ballistics tests, according to a copy of the FBI report on the...
  • Napolitano: Deportation reviews to begin shortly

    Napolitano: Deportation reviews to begin shortly
    The Obama administration soon will begin its systematic review of the approximately 300,000 pending deportation cases, separating "high priority" cases involving criminals it wants to deport from "low priority" cases it will drop, Homeland Security...
  • Harsher penalties for counterfeit drug traffickers

    Harsher penalties for counterfeit drug traffickers
    U.S. Sen. Michael Bennett released the following statement today: "The U.S. Senate today passed with broad bipartisan support a bill cosponsored by Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, along with senators Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA), to crack...
  • The 'Mommy Wars' are back: And Republicans are losing!

    If there's one special talent of Republicans, it's turning a nothing issue into a raging controversy. They've done it before: with Van Jones, ACORN, and Obama's birth certificate. And they did it again with Hilary Rosen's comments about Ann Romney....
  • Inflated art appraisals cost U.S. government untold millions

    An alleged tax-fraud scheme involving donations of overvalued art to four local museums is part of a larger, unchecked problem with inflated art appraisals that has cost the federal government untold millions, a Times analysis has found. Each year, the...
  • Report on Transplant Programs Prompts Inquiry by U.S. Senator

    A prominent U.S. senator asked federal officials Thursday to explain why they haven't acted against nearly 50 transplant centers nationwide that fail to meet federal benchmarks for patient survival and the number of transplants performed. Sen. Charles E....
  • After livers, cash to UCLA

    After livers, cash to UCLA
    A powerful Japanese gang boss who received a liver transplant at UCLA Medical Center donated $100,000 to the Westwood hospital shortly after the surgery, The Times has learned. A plaque dated November 2001 at the entryway to a seventh-floor surgery...