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Several States Challenge Voting Restriction Laws

Several States Challenge Voting Restriction Laws Summary: Several lawsuits have been filed in federal courts by states as a result of the Supreme Court’s ruling on voter restriction laws last year. USA Today reports that the highest court in the country may be set to hear…>read more

No Comment September 12, 2014

President Obama Promises Action in Response to ISIS’ Beheading of Second American Journalist

President Obama Promises Action in Response to ISIS’ Beheading of Second American Journalist Summary: A second American journalist was beheaded in a video released on Tuesday by Islamic State militants. President Obama warns the group that appropriate action will be taken in response to their brutal actions. The Huffington Post reports that on…>read more

No Comment September 3, 2014

Florida Lawsuit Filed Over Private School Vouchers

Florida Lawsuit Filed Over Private School Vouchers Summary: A lawsuit has been filed in Florida alleging that a state funded voucher program, which provides scholarships to private schools, is unconstitutional. Florida’s school voucher program has come under fire: on Thursday, the Florida teachers union, school boards association,…>read more

No Comment August 29, 2014

Corruption Trial Continues with Defense of Former First Lady Maureen McDonnell

Corruption Trial Continues with Defense of Former First Lady Maureen McDonnell Summary: Maureen McDonnell, former first lady of Virginia, testified today in the trial that accuses her and her husband, former governor Bob McDonnell, of receiving more than $177,000 in exchange for supporting a pharmaceutical company. Dailyprogress.com reports that the corruption…>read more

No Comment August 27, 2014

President Obama Outlines Plans in State of the Union Address

President Obama Outlines Plans in State of the Union Address According to the various political polls, President Barack Obama is not too popular these days. Even though the polls say this, his demeanor and outlook said something else on Tuesday night during the State of the Union. “America does not…>read more

No Comment January 29, 2014

Minimum Wage Increase for Federal Workers Under Executive Order

Minimum Wage Increase for Federal Workers Under Executive Order During the State of the Union Address on Tuesday night, President Barack Obama is going to announce the increase of the minimum wage for workers operating on federal contracts. The rate will be increased to $10.10 per hour, according to The Huffington…>read more

No Comment January 28, 2014

Is Marijuana More Dangerous Than Alcohol? Not in Obama’s Mind

Is Marijuana More Dangerous Than Alcohol? Not in Obama’s Mind President Barack Obama made some interesting comments about marijuana earlier this week, saying that the drug is no more dangerous than alcohol to the health of Americans, according to The Huffington Post. Obama was interviewed by David Remnick from the…>read more

No Comment January 21, 2014

Opinion: Thank God it’s the Weekend

Opinion: Thank God it’s the Weekend by Chris Christie Yeesh, what a week! Boy, some days at work are tougher than others, but this week was like a bad day marathon! By Thursday I wasn’t sure I would even make it to the weekend! But somehow…>read more

No Comment January 11, 2014

Chris Christie Denies Knowledge of Lane Closures on George Washington Bridge

Chris Christie Denies Knowledge of Lane Closures on George Washington Bridge Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has denied his involvement in political payback that some of his top aides carried out in September against the city of Fort Lee, according to The Huffington Post. Christie said that the lane closures…>read more

No Comment January 9, 2014

Editorials from The New York Times and The Guardian Request Clemency for Edward Snowden

Editorials from The New York Times and The Guardian Request Clemency for Edward Snowden The Obama administration has been urged by editorials from The Guardian and The New York Times to help Edward Snowden by offering him clemency of some type, according to a report from the Huffington Post. Roughly seven months ago, Snowden…>read more

No Comment January 2, 2014

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Assistant Counsel
USA-CA-El Centro

The Imperial Irrigation District a public utility located in southeastern CA is seeking an Assistant Counsel, Energy to assist in the administration of District legal matters and provide legal advice ...