Commerce Department Places Export Restrictions on Russia

Part of the administration’s response to the invasion in Ukraine. The Bureau of Industry and Security within the U.S. Commerce Department implemented stringent export controls on Thursday to…

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Supreme Court Hears Public Charge Case

President Biden’s administration circumvented federal rulemaking procedure. The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court heard a case last week regarding the public charge rule that pertains to immigrants…

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HHS Seeking Feedback on Healthcare Access

Medicare issues request for information from stakeholders. The Department of Health and Human Services announced a Request for Information this week to receive feedback from those enrolled in…

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Jackie Walorski, Representative for Indiana

Jackie Walorski, Representative for Indiana Born – August 1963 in South Bend, Indiana  Education – B.A., Taylor University  Military Service – None  Profession – TV reporter; Non-profit, Missionary…

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The Time

Seek His will and His kingdom.

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Sunday, February 27

Today, President Joe Biden will continue to work with administration officials and take part in briefings with the National Security Council regarding the conflict in Ukraine. The U.S.,…

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New Foundation will Honor Late Representative John Lewis

 Fundraising gala to be hosted in May. Former colleagues of the late U.S. Representative John Lewis announced the establishment of the John and Lillian Miles Lewis Foundation and…

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NOAA Satellite Fleet Saved 330 Lives in 2021

Vessels with emergency beacons tap into satellites. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) partnered with NASA in 1982 to start the Search and Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking…

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President Nominates Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court

Former public defender mentored by Justice Breyer. President Joe Biden nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson for Associate Justice to the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday. Judge Brown currently…

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Labor Department Requires Stolen Tips Returned to Servers

 $61,788 improperly taken by restaurant management. The U.S. Department of Labor recently investigated a Concord, New Hampshire restaurant operator, and found that managers were included in the distribution…

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