Wednesday Jul 23
Corinthian Spent $320,000 on Lobbying Amid Demise
The for-profit company, which agreed to shut or sell its 107 campuses after the government limited its access to student aid, spent $320,000 on lobbying in the quarter ended June 30, according to public disclosures.
On tech tactics, House GOP plays catch-up
Republicans repeatedly beaten down by the Democrats' technological dominance have finally found a source of pride: an official House leadership operation that's relentlessly digital.
Center for American Progress
Biennial Budgeting Would Be a Setback in Efforts to Reform Congressional Budgeting
Scott Lilly, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, submitted testimony to the House Committee on Rules, Subcommittee on Legislative and Budget Process.
Lawmakers Battle Over Legal Arguments for Boehner Lawsuit
House Rules Committee Chairman Pete Sessions defended the lawsuit against Obama in Wednesday's hearing.
APSCU Ally Finds a Spot on Bill Maher's #FlipADistrict
Rep. John Kline is one of 16 members of the House of Representatives that could possibly be targeted by Bill Maher's Flip a District campaign.
Sunshine State News
Charlie, the Black Community Knows When It's Being Disrespected
Charlie Crist is not a racist. No one can honestly call him that. On the other hand, after Monday night, it's time to address the subject fairly.