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Emotions flare as lawmakers debate non-citizen voting Spokeswoman says Sen. Isakson’s calls to agencies on behalf of biotech firm’s CEO were ‘nothing improper’ by Charles Litton, UNeMed. LINCOLN, Neb. (Feb. 3, 2016)-UNeMed president and ceo michael dixon testified before Nebraska’s Executive Board of the legislative council tuesday in.
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Republicans Lamar Smith and Will Hurd supported the legislation; Lloyd Doggett and Joaquin Castro opposed it in the lopsided 250-175 roll call vote. Emotions are likely to flare in the Senate,
Please vote “yes” on Question 1, a good idea whose time has come. The people of Maine will enjoy many important benefits in passing this law. First, a big savings on enforcement and incarceration by.
Coasties, agencies honored at Chamber Military Affairs Committee luncheon Money for pier replacement at sub base advances in Congress An embodiment of the future of submarines, the Illinois, is slated to be commissioned during a ceremony at the Naval Submarine Base later this month, at which point it will be the most modern attack.Vietnam veteran files federal lawsuit to remove Bible on display at VA hospital Dispute over Bible at Manchester VA hospital divides veterans religious christmas carols to be allowed in veterans. – · New clarifications about Department of Veterans Affairs rules have resolved a dispute about religious Christmas carols, gifts and displays in veterans’ hospitals, a chaplains’ group has said.Veterans – Stars and Stripes – James Chamberlain, an air force veteran and Christian, is suing the Department of Veterans Affairs to remove a Bible display at the Manchester VA Medical Center in New Hampshire.