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Jones Previews Forthcoming National Security Strategy

Speaking of Jim Jones, President Obama’s national security adviser, his speech to the Washington Institute for Near East Policy last night also offered an early
Jul 31, 2020

Jones Previews Forthcoming National Security Strategy

Jones Previews Forthcoming National Security Strategy

Speaking of Jim Jones, President Obama’s national security adviser, his speech to the Washington Institute for Near East Policy last night also offered an early
Speaking of Jim Jones, President Obama’s national security adviser, his speech to the Washington Institute for Near East Policy last night also offered an early
Jul 31, 2020

Jet Engine Veto Threat Could Still Scotch ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Repeal

Jet Engine Veto Threat Could Still Scotch ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Repeal

After 17 years of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the next bill authorizing the Department of Defense’s budget will contain a provision instructing the Pentagon to
After 17 years of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the next bill authorizing the Department of Defense’s budget will contain a provision instructing the Pentagon to
Jul 31, 2020

Business sector reiterates support for mandatory use of E-Verify at congressional hearing

Business sector reiterates support for mandatory use of E-Verify at congressional hearing

In a U.S. House subcommittee meeting held today, business sector spokesmen announced their support for the “Legal Workforce Act,” filed by chair Lamar Smith, R-Texas, that would require the use of E-Verify, the federal program that checks to see if a job applicant is authorized to work in the U.S. # Barry Rutenberg, first vice chairman of the board at the National Association of Home Builders , and himself a home builder from Gainesville — testified at the subcommittee meeting, highlighting points in in his written statement (.pdf): # E-Verify must continue to focus on the direct employer-employee relationship; holding every U.S
In a U.S. House subcommittee meeting held today, business sector spokesmen announced their support for the “Legal Workforce Act,” filed by chair Lamar Smith, R-Texas, that would require the use of E-Verify, the federal program that checks to see if a job applicant is authorized to work in the U.S. # Barry Rutenberg, first vice chairman of the board at the National Association of Home Builders , and himself a home builder from Gainesville — testified at the subcommittee meeting, highlighting points in in his written statement (.pdf): # E-Verify must continue to focus on the direct employer-employee relationship; holding every U.S
Jul 31, 2020
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