Monday Mar 10
Four Frightening Ways We're Reverting to the Dark Days of Our Past
We may have once believed that the darkest days were behind us, and that slow and steady progress for middle-class workers would continue to be made.
U.S. park losses show stupidity of shutting government
The U.S. national park system, "America's gift to the world," had 7.88 million fewer visitors and lost $414 million in visitor spending due to October's 16-day shutdown of the federal government, the U.S. Interior Dept.
Vitter Accuses Inspector General of Providing Cover for EPA in Investigation
Republicans on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee are condemning an inspector general's report exonerating Environmental Protection Agency officials in the case of using unofficial email addresses to hide their dealings from public scrutiny.
Dredged up emails and recriminations - but not who you might think
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The Florida Times-Union
Jett sues FBI to get all records of investigation into attempted...
Former Clay County Clerk of Court James "Jimmy" Jett looks at redacted FBI documents regarding the investigation into his allegations that former U.S. Rep Cliff Stearns and his supporters plotted to bribe him to drop out of the 3rd District Congressional Race in 2012 Former Clay County Clerk of Court James "Jimmy" Jett is suing the FBI to make ... (more)
Naples Daily News
Henderson Franklin Welcomes Attorney Bill Allen to Business & Tax Team
The law firm of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A., is pleased to announce that Attorney Bill Allen has joined the firm as an associate in the Business & Tax practice area.