Defense Department Hosts Data & AI Symposium

Discussions will center around the future use of technology in the DOD. The Defense Department’s Chief Digital and Intelligence Office is hosting the Advantage DoD 2024: Defense Data…

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VA Helped 46,552 Homeless Veterans Obtain Housing in 2023

The department has facilitated the matching of permanent housing with individual needs. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) reported that they obtained permanent housing for 46,552 homeless veterans…

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce Sues FCC Over Discrimination Rule

The lobbying group says the regulation is overly broad. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, one of the nation’s largest lobbying groups, has sued the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)…

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Federal Court Dismisses Disney Lawsuit Against FL Governor

He ruled that free speech challenges cannot be brought against constitutionally enacted laws. District Judge Allen Winsor dismissed Walt Disney Co.’s lawsuit against the Florida government, saying the…

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U.S. Labor Department Asks Mexico to Review Call Centers

Under the USMCA, Mexican company workers request assistance from U.S. regarding attempts to unionize. The Department of Labor requested that the government of Mexico review a call center…

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Supreme Court Hears Cases Challenging Federal Agencies’ Authority

The Chevron deference standard is under consideration. The Supreme Court heard arguments this past week on cases questioning the legitimacy of the Chevron deference, which allows government agencies…

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U.S. Forest Service Partners with Private Sector to Expand Reforestation

American Forests is a conservation nonprofit that will collaborate on a 10-year plan. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a partnership with American Forests to help reforest 4…

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Justice Department Issues Indictments Over Fentanyl 

Indictments charge Chinese companies and their employees. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced eight indictments charging China-based companies and twelve against Chinese nationals with crimes relating to the production…

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IRS Seeks to Collect Back Taxes from Billionaires 

The agency’s initiative is funded under the Inflation Reduction Act.  The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has launched an initiative to collect hundreds of millions of dollars in back…

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USDA Investment of $12.5M Fuels Tech Innovation in Agriculture

The National Institute of Food and Agriculture director says small businesses play a key role in food and agriculture innovation. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced an…

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