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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Richard Shelby
Republican Sen. Richard Shelby is scheduled to meet with employees at a water heater company to talk about the ways federal policies impact job creation.
A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that gay marriages can continue in Utah, denying a request from the state to halt same-sex weddings until the appeals process plays out.
President Obama's objective in the "fiscal cliff" battle was make Republicans break their pledge not to raise taxes. The GOP entered the game with the goal of winning real spending cuts and no higher tax rates.
Democrats sent a massive Wall Street regulation bill to the full Senate on a party line vote Monday after a temporary retreat by Republicans that still left the bill's chances for bipartisan passage in doubt.
“We need to make sure that inspector generals have unfettered access to documents that could root out wrongdoing in any department,” said Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama, ranking Republican on the Senate Committee on Appropriations.