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White House, Congress Complicit in AIG Bonus Scandal

After Congress released the second $350 billion in TARP funding, President Obama made sure new rules wouldn’t be so strict that they would scare away the employees of recipient companies.
Jul 31, 2020

White House, Congress Complicit in AIG Bonus Scandal

White House, Congress Complicit in AIG Bonus Scandal

After Congress released the second $350 billion in TARP funding, President Obama made sure new rules wouldn’t be so strict that they would scare away the employees of recipient companies.
After Congress released the second $350 billion in TARP funding, President Obama made sure new rules wouldn’t be so strict that they would scare away the employees of recipient companies.
Jul 31, 2020

Florida legislature still haggling over cutting unemployment benefits

Florida legislature still haggling over cutting unemployment benefits

The Florida Senate is ready to take up its version of a bill that tightens eligibility requirements for people seeking unemployment compensation. The bill ‘s sponsor, Sen. Nancy Detert, R-Venice, has been haggling with her House counterpart over a provision that would shorten the number of weeks people can receive benefits from 26 to 20. So far, she has stood firm
The Florida Senate is ready to take up its version of a bill that tightens eligibility requirements for people seeking unemployment compensation. The bill ‘s sponsor, Sen. Nancy Detert, R-Venice, has been haggling with her House counterpart over a provision that would shorten the number of weeks people can receive benefits from 26 to 20. So far, she has stood firm
Jul 31, 2020

Colorado Independent’s John Tomasic on Free Speech TV to talk Gessler’s voter-purging efforts

Colorado Independent’s John Tomasic on Free Speech TV to talk Gessler’s voter-purging efforts

Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler garnered national headlines recently when he ordered county clerks in Colorado not to send ballots to registered but inactive voters– and in Colorado that means voters who missed just one election . Detractors called the effort attempted voter suppression and pointed to a host of similar Republican efforts launched nationwide in the wake of the Tea Party-wave election last November that swept Republicans into office across the country. Denver-based Free Speech TV explored the topic this week and asked Colorado Independent reporter John Tomasic, who has reported the story in-depth , to join the discussion.
Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler garnered national headlines recently when he ordered county clerks in Colorado not to send ballots to registered but inactive voters– and in Colorado that means voters who missed just one election . Detractors called the effort attempted voter suppression and pointed to a host of similar Republican efforts launched nationwide in the wake of the Tea Party-wave election last November that swept Republicans into office across the country. Denver-based Free Speech TV explored the topic this week and asked Colorado Independent reporter John Tomasic, who has reported the story in-depth , to join the discussion.
Jul 31, 2020
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