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John Diehl Gets Caught with His Clinton On

If you will recall, prior to the voting for the selected House Leader, John Diehl, many of us in the freedom movement worked to try to prevent us from the danger and embarrassment of having Diehl in that position. 651 more words

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Senate Majority Leader says Congress could block Clean Power Plan

By Paul Cimapoli, News Director, American Public Power Association
From the May 7, 2015 issue of Public Power Daily

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., recently said that Congress could utilize a section of the Clean Air Act to block the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, which aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants. 1,397 more words

Energy Resources

Never let a good crisis pass you by

The League of Arizona Cities and Towns passed up the opportunity to address public safety pension reform during the 2015 legislative session.

State Senator Debbie Lesko, who is leading the PSPRS pension reform study group, is going to need to “knock a few heads together” to get any meaningful reform accomplished during the 2016 session, if then. 85 more words


Public Power Risk Management Act is re-introduced in House, Senate

By Jeannine Anderson, News Editor, American Public Power Association
From the April 30, 2015 issue of Public Power Daily

The Public Power Risk Management Act, which passed the House unanimously in the 113th Congress but found itself stranded in the Senate, was re-introduced on April 28 in both chambers of Congress. 306 more words

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Tonight’s CAP gala could have tense moments

Doug McDucey among featured speakers

The much-anticipated Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) “Reclaiming Hope,” high-dollar soiree at the Arizona Biltmore Resort this evening will be memorable for even more than the keynote address by noted conservative author and commentator Dr. 422 more words

Arizona Politics

Senate Hearing on Prescription Database

From the ever vigilant, Ron Calzone:

It’s NOT just about who has your personal data — it’s about being under constant surveillance by powerful government computers. 581 more words

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Commissioner Bay, on being named Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission by President Barack Obama

“I thank President Obama for this opportunity to be the Chairman of FERC,” Chairman Bay said.

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