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Alaska Senator Pushes for Stevens Pardon

The Anchorage Daily News reports that Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) asked President George W. Bush last month to pardon her former counterpart in the U.S.
Jul 31, 2020

Alaska Senator Pushes for Stevens Pardon

Alaska Senator Pushes for Stevens Pardon

The Anchorage Daily News reports that Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) asked President George W. Bush last month to pardon her former counterpart in the U.S.
The Anchorage Daily News reports that Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) asked President George W. Bush last month to pardon her former counterpart in the U.S.
Jul 31, 2020

Florida GA Bondi, Commissioner of Agriculture Putnam, affected industries join together to fight EPA water rules

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi (Pic via myfloridalegal.com) In a Monday court filing, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam, Attorney General Pam Bondi and a slew of industry representatives filed their opposition to EPA-mandated water pollution standards for the state. Arguing that “federal intervention was and remains unnecessary,” they ask the court to invalidate the January 2009 determination that required that the standards be implemented. That determination followed litigation brought on by Florida environmental groups that alleged the state wasn’t meeting the requirements of the Clean Water Act. Pollution brought on by failing septic tanks, home fertilizers, utility companies and agricultural interests often leads to large-scale algal blooms and fish kills — occurrences that wouldn’t be so frequent, say some, if Florida had stricter water pollution rules.
Jul 31, 2020

Florida GA Bondi, Commissioner of Agriculture Putnam, affected industries join together to fight EPA water rules

Florida GA Bondi, Commissioner of Agriculture Putnam, affected industries join together to fight EPA water rules

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi (Pic via myfloridalegal.com) In a Monday court filing, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam, Attorney General Pam Bondi and a slew of industry representatives filed their opposition to EPA-mandated water pollution standards for the state. Arguing that “federal intervention was and remains unnecessary,” they ask the court to invalidate the January 2009 determination that required that the standards be implemented. That determination followed litigation brought on by Florida environmental groups that alleged the state wasn’t meeting the requirements of the Clean Water Act. Pollution brought on by failing septic tanks, home fertilizers, utility companies and agricultural interests often leads to large-scale algal blooms and fish kills — occurrences that wouldn’t be so frequent, say some, if Florida had stricter water pollution rules.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi (Pic via myfloridalegal.com) In a Monday court filing, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam, Attorney General Pam Bondi and a slew of industry representatives filed their opposition to EPA-mandated water pollution standards for the state. Arguing that “federal intervention was and remains unnecessary,” they ask the court to invalidate the January 2009 determination that required that the standards be implemented. That determination followed litigation brought on by Florida environmental groups that alleged the state wasn’t meeting the requirements of the Clean Water Act. Pollution brought on by failing septic tanks, home fertilizers, utility companies and agricultural interests often leads to large-scale algal blooms and fish kills — occurrences that wouldn’t be so frequent, say some, if Florida had stricter water pollution rules.
Jul 31, 2020

Gary Johnson invited to join Fox News Republican presidential debate

Gary Johnson invited to join Fox News Republican presidential debate

Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson will be allowed to participate in Thursday’s Fox News debate in Orlando, Fla., among Republican presidential candidates, The Daily Beast’s Howard Kurtz reports : The former New Mexico governor won the right to participate, according to Fox sources, by cracking 1 percent in the latest five national polls in which he was included—Fox News, CNN, McClatchy-Marist, ABC, and Quinnipiac—which was the criterion the network had set for inclusion. Talking Points Memo reports Johnson has yet to receive final notification that he will participate in the debate, though he told TPM, “It would be good news if we get it.” Johnson is a self-identified libertarian who differentiates himself from Rep.
Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson will be allowed to participate in Thursday’s Fox News debate in Orlando, Fla., among Republican presidential candidates, The Daily Beast’s Howard Kurtz reports : The former New Mexico governor won the right to participate, according to Fox sources, by cracking 1 percent in the latest five national polls in which he was included—Fox News, CNN, McClatchy-Marist, ABC, and Quinnipiac—which was the criterion the network had set for inclusion. Talking Points Memo reports Johnson has yet to receive final notification that he will participate in the debate, though he told TPM, “It would be good news if we get it.” Johnson is a self-identified libertarian who differentiates himself from Rep.
Jul 31, 2020

Bradlee Dean takes credit for anti-gay marriage measure on Minnesota ballot for 2012

Bradlee Dean takes credit for anti-gay marriage measure on Minnesota ballot for 2012

On his blog , controversial minister Bradlee Dean of You Can Run But You Cannot Hide ministries took credit for the passage of a bill that put a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage on the ballot in 2012. Dean said that he’s been “attacked” by the media who are pushing an “illegal agenda” and claims — incorrectly — that sodomy is against the law in the United States
On his blog , controversial minister Bradlee Dean of You Can Run But You Cannot Hide ministries took credit for the passage of a bill that put a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage on the ballot in 2012. Dean said that he’s been “attacked” by the media who are pushing an “illegal agenda” and claims — incorrectly — that sodomy is against the law in the United States
Jul 31, 2020
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