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Jersey Democrat, Justice Integrity Project Urge 'No' on Kagan, Citing Rights Concerns

The Senate should reject Democrat Elena Kagan’s Supreme Court nomination based on her shabby civil rights record that’s apparent from her Department of Justice work, according to a Democratic former New Jersey legislator and Jersey City mayoral candidate. 778 more words

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DC Regulators Host Unique Debate On News Industry’s Future

Washington, DC ─ More than 70 communications experts this week debated how consumers can protect their interests despite the decline of traditional newspapers and broadcasters. 572 more words

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Nov. 12: DC Radio Hosts Spectrum Expert Lazarus On FCC, Alabama Writer Shuler On Scandal

Washington attorney and author Mitchell Lazarus proposed on the Nov. 12 DC Update edition of My Technology Lawyer Radio ways that the new Obama FCC can foster economic growth.  642 more words

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Sept. 3 DC Radio: Should Feds Get Emergency Power To Run The Internet Under Senate Bill?

The controversial new Senate bill that would enable the President to take control of the Internet in case of emergency was today’s featured topic on the… 730 more words

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Tech Radio April 2 Topics: Law Firm Upgrades, Rural Fiber & New Disputes On Lobbying Rules

Advocates of new concepts in law firm efficiency and fiber deployment to rural areas engaged in a vigorous debate April 2 on My Technology Lawyer Radio. 188 more words

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Tech Radio: Federal Grant Update & Alabama Whistleblower Challenges Judge

 

WASHINGTON, DC (March 12, 2009) – Today’s wireless edition of My Technology Lawyer Radio will focus on the hot topics of federal applications for stimulus spending grants (partly in such broadband areas as wireless), plus major new developments in the controversial federal prosecution of former Alabama Gov. 577 more words

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Probe the Past To Protect the Future

To build the public confidence needed for economic recovery, Congressional leaders need to be much tougher in overseeing such high-level decision-making as the $30 billion more in bailouts for American International Group (AIG) that the Obama Administration announced on Monday (March 2). 1,725 more words

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