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Stand for Children Has $725,100 Ready to Unseat Charter-unfriendly Judge

On September 4, 2015, the Washington State Supreme Court ruled that the state’s law regarding charter schools was unconstitutional because it depended upon funding meant for the state’s common schools. 1,224 more words


Politics Hits Home

We are in the homestretch of a year-long primary battle between our incumbent Congressmen, Tim Huelskamp, Republican, and his challenger, Dr. Roger Marshall. This race has taken on a life of its own, garnering outside money, attention and headlines. 483 more words

Exhibitions Day 2016 Surpasses Expectations

Originally published in Trade Show Executive, July 2016 Edition

Last month, IAEE, along with 20 supporting organizations and more than 100 exhibitions and events professionals from around the U.S., stormed Capitol Hill for… 607 more words


Allowing pseudoscience into EU risk assessment processes is eroding public trust in science experts and in science as a whole- The bigger picture

329. Dietrich DR, Dekant W, Greim H, Heslop-Harrison P, Berry C, Boobis A, Hengstler JG, Sharpe R. 2016. Editorial: Allowing pseudoscience into EU risk assessment processes is eroding public trust in science experts and in science as a whole: The bigger picture. 2,560 more words


July Washington Update

July 19, 2016                                                                    Volume 22, No. 7


The Government Relations staff is still looking for stories about problems that our members have experienced during air travel.  2,151 more words

Washington Updates

How Sanders Delegates Organized a Walkout Under Everyone's Nose

To keep such a demonstrative walk-out so hidden from the media is an impressive feat. To see how they did it, check out this article.