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Facebook Face Off: Indian Bureaucrat Summoned to Court for Questioning Authority

The Indian state of Chhattisgarh has issued a court summons to an Indian Administrative Service officer for a Facebook post in which he criticized the Indian legal system.

Great Case from the 9th Circuit (May 13, 2016)

CA Department of Health Care Services sues the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) in a special education due process hearing. May 13, 2016 decision from Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Continue Reading ?

It’s Official: Donald Trump Throws Coal Under Bus

RNC 2016 paid a lot of lip service to coal, but it seems that words are all the industry can expect from a Donald Trump administration. It’s Official: Donald Trump Throws Coal Under Bus was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Mexican marines discovered tons of cocaine hidden in 217 containers of spicy salsa

Tubs of spicy salsa being shipped through Mexico were found to have a surprise special ingredient: cocaine. Marines from Mexico's sixth naval region and officials from the Customs Administration Service seized hundreds of tubs of salsa...Show More Summary

Thousands of US Security Personnel Deploy to Protect Republican Convention

About 3,000 Department of Homeland Security personnel along with another 1,000 from other agencies such as the US Secret Service, Coast Guard and Transportation Security Administration are expected to provide security during the convention.

How the GSA is taking Uncle Sam digital

The General Services Administration (GSA) is known as “Uncle Sam’s Landlord,” presiding over 300 million square feet of government property. But they are less known as a leader in introducing new technology into government. To find out more, we sat down with Denise Turner Roth, the GSA Administrator, and Hillary Hartley, the executive director of... Show More Summary

Evolent Health Acquires Valence Health for $145M: 6 Things to Know

Evolent Health and Valence Health have entered an agreement to acquire the majority of Valence Health’s value-based administration, population health and advisory services business for $145M. The addition of Valence Health is expected...Show More Summary

Wayne State Receives $2.2 Million HRSA Grant to Support Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Leadership Education

Wayne State University recently received a $2.2 million, five-year grant from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau of the Health Resources and Services Administration for the project "Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Other Related Disabilities (LEND) Maternal Child Health (MCH) Training Program," or MI-LEND. Show More Summary

The IRS Scandal, Day 1159

Heartland Institute, House Lawmakers Censure IRS Commissioner Koskinen: A U.S. House committee overseeing the administration of justice in federal courts and agencies voted to censure a high-ranking Internal Revenue Service (IRS) official for his role in covering up abuses of power at the federal revenue-collection agency. Beginning in 2010, employees...

FTA Officials Tour OCTA Transit Projects

Two top Federal Transit Administration officials recently met with executives from the Orange County Transportation Authority to get an overview of the latest transportation services and projects underway to keep Orange County movin...

Administration for Community Living Issues New Guidance with Major Impact for LGBTQ Older Adults

Post submitted by HRC Law Fellow James Shygelski The Administration for Community Living (ACL) has proposed new program guidance aimed at providing aging services and support to LGBTQ elders in communities across the country. ACL, aShow More Summary

Transcript from our “Lean Vets” Podcast

Here’s the transcript from the recent podcast that Chip Ponsford, DVM (of the blog) and I did with Samantha Parrett, the Director of Business & Administrative Services at North Carolina State University Veterinary Health Complex. We know many of you prefer reading over listening… so here you go. I didn’t pour over this as a proof […]

Apple sued by Chinese media regulator over streaming of 1994 propaganda film

A subsidiary of China's State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) is suing Apple and streaming service Youku Tudou for causing "huge economic losses" through infringement of exclusive online distribution rights to a war film first aired in 1994.

City peace officer arrested for punching brother in the face

4 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

Gilbert Hyacinthe, who works as a peace officer for the Department of Citywide Administrative Services patrolling city buildings, was busted in Queens about 12:10 a.m., cops said.

Electronic advisory committee urges IRS to dive even deeper into the digital pool

As the Internal Revenue Service explores a future that will make more of its customer services digital, it is getting support from an advisory committee. The Electronic Tax Administration Advisory Committee (ETAAC) issued its annual report last week, recommending that the IRS expand its electronic filing efforts and digital strategy. Show More Summary

Ferry program heads for rocks | Quinn for mayor? | Power couples | POPS

A veteran of the city's commuter-ferry industry predicts rough waters for the de Blasio administration's expansion of ferry service. In an op-ed, Tom Fox says the mayor chose the wrong agency and the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Transgender ban may be lifted next month

Basically, it’s just a rumor at this point, but anonymous sources have told the media that the Obama Administration plans to lift the ban on open transgender service in the military next Friday, July 1st, according to the Washington Times; An unnamed Defense official said top personnel plan to meet on Monday to finalize the […]

Obama Makes Stonewall America’s First LGBTQ National Monument

In early May, news broke that President Barack Obama’s administration, through the National Park Service, was making moves to designate New York’s Stonewall Inn and a surrounding slice of Greenwich Village a national monument. It would be the first to mark a site of importance in LGBTQ history. Show More Summary

Obama’s own administration now fighting back

When Republicans win the White House, they are used to fighting trench warfare against their own executive branch employees. The permanent civil service is predictably liberal and often seeks to throw sand in the wheels when a Republican president attempts to steer policy in new ways. It’s entirely expected that you will have permanent bureaucrats […]

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