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There’s No Constituency for Post-Acquittal Detention

Ever since Pentagon General Counsel Jeh Johnson mused that the Obama administration had the power to detain people acquitted at trial of terrorism charges --
Jul 31, 2020

There’s No Constituency for Post-Acquittal Detention

There’s No Constituency for Post-Acquittal Detention

Ever since Pentagon General Counsel Jeh Johnson mused that the Obama administration had the power to detain people acquitted at trial of terrorism charges --
Ever since Pentagon General Counsel Jeh Johnson mused that the Obama administration had the power to detain people acquitted at trial of terrorism charges --
Jul 31, 2020

The New Agnew

The New Agnew

Jul 31, 2020

Insiders say Obama expected to approve Keystone XL

Insiders say Obama expected to approve Keystone XL

The National Journal’s survey of insiders from the energy industry and environmentalists predicts, unsurprisingly, that President Obama is all but certain to approve the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. Despite intense lobbying from environmentalists and opposition from many in President Obama’s own party, virtually all National Journal Energy and Environment Insiders say that Obama’s State Department will approve a controversial 1,700-mile pipeline project to bring carbon-heavy tar-sands oil from Alberta, Canada, to refineries on the Gulf Coast of Texas. Environmental groups have been working in Congress and the courts to delay or block a decision, citing environmental concerns and, more recently, questions about the impartiality of some State Department officials.
The National Journal’s survey of insiders from the energy industry and environmentalists predicts, unsurprisingly, that President Obama is all but certain to approve the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. Despite intense lobbying from environmentalists and opposition from many in President Obama’s own party, virtually all National Journal Energy and Environment Insiders say that Obama’s State Department will approve a controversial 1,700-mile pipeline project to bring carbon-heavy tar-sands oil from Alberta, Canada, to refineries on the Gulf Coast of Texas. Environmental groups have been working in Congress and the courts to delay or block a decision, citing environmental concerns and, more recently, questions about the impartiality of some State Department officials.
Jul 31, 2020
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