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The Bill of Rights is Missing an Amendment

By The Common Constitutionalist – Re-Blogged From iPatriot

One of greater problems that plague our federal government is that of cross-delegation. What do I mean by this? 552 more words

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South Korea - Internal control over financial reporting

I read shortly changes in South Korea about audit in financial reporting. I was fascinated about the increasing responsibilities and surprisingly penalties in case companies should not behave in line with the law. 42 more words

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Legislative Day 2018 - Our Experience

We  all piled in the car thinking about how rainy the day was and the long drive ahead of us. I read on the hotel’s website that they had a pool and that was going to put a cherry on this trip that would no doubt only truly be engaging for one of the two kids singing behind me. 728 more words


NTEU Letter to Congress on Federal Employee Pay

Today, NTEU sent the letters to members of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate urging them to provide a pay increase for federal workers in January 2019 in light of President Trump’s proposal to freeze pay. 466 more words


Election fever hits Lebanon, nine years since last legislative vote | AFP

As its first parliamentary vote in nearly a decade approaches, Lebanon has been swept into campaign fever: posters on every corner, televised debates, and neighbours bickering over new electoral procedures. 742 more words


New Agency Customer Service Standards Legislation Introduced

Representatives Loudermilk (R-GA) and Connolly (D-VA) recently introduced the Government Customer Service Accountability and Improvement Act of 2018, H.R. 5402, which would require the establishment of customer service standards at federal agencies and encourage agencies to measure the public’s experience and interaction with agencies. 352 more words


Legislation Introduced to Provide Pension Rights for Former Temporary or Intermittent Employees

H.R. 5389, the Federal Retirement Fairness Act, has been introduced by Representatives Walter Jones (R-NC) and Derek Kilmer (D-WA). The bill would allow federal employees to pay into the retirement fund for the years these individuals worked under temporary status. 206 more words