Among the thousands of earmark requests sent to House appropriators are pitches for major airport renovations, a couple thousand dollars for a local police department, and various legislative priorities long left on the backburner after a decade-long ban on earmarks.
Already a progressive hero for a landmark Supreme Court victory for same-sex couples, New York lawyer Roberta Kaplan only cemented that reputation in recent years with lawsuits against White supremacists and Donald Trump.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and his staff have retained legal counsel for at least three federal and state investigations into alleged misdoings. The question now is how they’re going to pay for it.
Three Biden administration labor and employment nominees—including picks for top attorney at the National Labor Relations Board and U.S. Labor Department—can be considered by the full Senate following votes by the chamber’s labor panel on Wednesday, the committee announced.
President Joe Biden on Wednesday signed an executive order intended to strengthen U.S. cybersecurity by improving information sharing about attacks with the private sector and adopting better safety practices throughout the government.
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