- Judge strikes down Arkansas abortion law — nation’s toughest — as unconstitutional
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- Obama to sign bill cutting taxpayer money for party conventions
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Congressional Republicans are fighting efforts by the Obama administration to rein in the political activities of tax-exempt groups.
The nonpartisan Judicial Watch has petitioned the Office of Management and Budget to rein in an IRS proposal that will place "substantial" record-keeping burdens on 100,000 nonprofits, lawyers for the conservative watchdog group said.
The Obama administration is temporarily waiving sanctions on Iran's state broadcaster, a senior Obama administration official said. The move could be seen as a confidence-building measure as the U.S., Iran and five other world powers prepare to open talks this month on a final agreement on Iran's disputed nuclear program.
A New Jersey judge this week ordered the state Treasury Department to hand over most of the documents requested by a blogger who is investigating the pension deal for a top assistant to Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno when she was the Monmouth County sheriff.
The Obama administration is temporarily waiving sanctions on Iran's state broadcaster, a senior Obama administration official said late Thursday. The move could be seen as a confidence-building measure as the U.S., Iran and five other world powers prepare to open talks this month on a final agreement on Iran's disputed nuclear program.
Barack Obama was once a constitutional law professor, but now views the founding document as irrelevant. The president is ruling by decree, instead of working with a divided Congress.
The Detroit Free Press. Jan. 29.
Hundreds of thousands of homeowners in coastal and flood-prone areas would win protection from sharply higher federal flood insurance premiums under legislation muscled through the Senate on Thursday after angry constituents inundated Capitol Hill with complaints.
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