The American Prospect. Spring, 2019, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p52, 5 p.
United States. Congress -- Powers and duties, United States. Supreme Court -- Political aspects, United States. Supreme Court -- Powers and duties, Judge-made law -- Political aspects, and Judge-made law -- Analysis
It is a grim time for the rule of law in the United States. Our Constitution is controlled by the mixture of Republican partisans and conservative ideologues who dominate the [...]
Science. August 9, 2019, Vol. 365 Issue 6453, p531, 1 p.
Universities and colleges -- Political aspects, Universities and colleges -- Safety and security measures, Bills, Legislative -- Political aspects, and Bills, Legislative -- Safety and security measures
The candidates who win state legislative races in late 2019 and in 2020 will decide who wields power in Washington for a decade by drawing the borders of the federal congressional districts. In 31 states, legislatures use the findings from the decennial Census to draw those borders. Nonpartisan commissions in some states draw the lines. Before the 2022 midterm elections, the map is due to be reset. Lawmakers elected as soon as 2019 may determine where the congressional battlegrounds will be into the 2030s.
The American Prospect. Spring, 2019, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p24, 8 p.
United States. House of Representatives. Committee on Financial Services -- Officials and employees, United States. House of Representatives. Committee on Financial Services -- Political aspects, Democratic Party (United States) -- Officials and employees, Legislators -- Powers and duties, Fiscal policy -- Political aspects, Banking law -- Political aspects, and Wall Street -- Political aspects
The House Financial Services Committee--long a landing place for pro-bank Democrats--now includes AOC and a flock of leftists. And Maxine Waters is its new chair. The day before Valentine's Day, [...]
Government regulation, United States. Congress -- Powers and duties, War and emergency powers -- Laws, regulations and rules, Legislators -- Political activity, Presidents -- Political activity, and National Emergencies Act of 1976
WASHINGTON -- One overarching law is almost always applicable in Washington -- the law of unintended consequences. Time and again, Congress takes steps to fix a problem, only to end [...]
Parks & Recreation. Sept, 2019, Vol. 54 Issue 9, p30, 2 p.
United States. Congress -- Powers and duties, United States. Department of Agriculture -- Powers and duties, School lunches -- Government finance, School lunchrooms, cafeterias, etc. -- Government finance, Child health services -- Government finance, and Child Nutrition Act of 1966
Summertime should be fun. Kids should be able to run, play, learn and eat healthy. The USDA's Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) enables youth-serving organizations, like park and recreation agencies, [...]
Company financing, Company business planning, Market trend/market analysis, Lebanon. Army -- Finance, United States. Congress -- Powers and duties, United States. Department of State -- Powers and duties, Military assistance, American -- Planning, and Military maneuvers -- Forecasts and trends
The indefinite hold halts a $105 million package that the State Department and Congress had approved. Analysts say the winners could be Iran, Russia, the Islamic State and Al Qaeda. [...]
Banking industry, Deutsche Bank AG (Frankfurt, Germany), Capital One Financial Corp., United States. House of Representatives. Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Banking industry -- Political aspects, and Banks (Finance) -- Political aspects
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's longtime lender, Deutsche Bank, must turn over a broad range of financial records to Congress, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. The ruling blocks another [...]
Company business planning, Company legal issue, United States. Congress -- Powers and duties, Gun control -- Political aspects, Impeachments -- Planning, and Commercial treaties -- Political aspects
WASHINGTON -- Congress wasn't doing much legislatively in this polarized environment. President Trump wasn't exactly tearing through his policy to-do list, either. Now, with an explosive impeachment inquiry suddenly thrown [...]