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Sasse, McHenry Bills Target Amnesty Payouts | Commentary

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Small-Dollar Installment Loans Belie One Size Fits All Regulatory Scheme | Commentary

By Howard Beales and Anand Goel

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What Issue Could be Drawing Republican Praise of the FCC?

It’s not something you hear often. CQ Roll Call’s Shawn Zeller reports that House Republicans on Thursday took a break from blasting the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules to offer the agency “rare praise” as lawmakers look to additional auctions of spectrum.

Analyst: Afghan Holdover Could Near $6B

With lingering questions remaining on the mission and the operational tempo for the extra troops that will now remain in Afghanistan, it is impossible to determine the exact price tag for President Barack Obama’s decision this week to halt troop withdrawals.

Illinois Lawmakers Tap Renewable Funds for Budget Fix

To mitigate a budget crisis, Illinois lawmakers are eying renewable energy fees collected from ratepayers. Advocates had pushed to overhaul the state’s clean-energy law to release more than $100 million to pay for new wind and solar projects, Crain’s Chicago reported.

Appropriator Pushes for Good Deals on Drug Stockpile

The chairman of the House panel that oversees most discretionary federal health spending wants ensure that the government is negotiating the good deals for medicines held in the national stockpile of treatments for potential terrorist attacks and severe flu pandemic

Alps Crash Appears To Have Been Deliberate

When aviation safety experts speaks of “the insider threat,” they mean not only aircraft maintenance workers who smuggle weapons or drugs aboard planes, or place a bomb on a plane, but pilots or co-pilots who deliberately crash their aircraft.

Stop Feeding the Trolls | Commentary

By Mark Griffin

Voting Marathon: More Test Marketing Than Attack Ads

Senators readying their patience, their reading material and even their bladders for the annual ritual known as the “vote-a-rama” may rightfully be getting ready to ask, “Will it be worth it?”

Abusing a Congressional Small Business Program: Paving the Road to Hell | Commentary

By Ev Ehrlich

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