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The Bad Boy Brett Baloney

Joan Swirsky Judge Brett Kavanaugh has always been in the crosshairs of the left, ever since he played a major role in urging the impeachment of their icon of moral rectitude, Pres. Bill Clinton, and also led the investigation into...

Adelson’s Failed Online Gambling Ban Gets Another Hearing in Congress This Week?

After many defeats over the last two years, Congress might yet again take up Sheldon Adelson's legislation to federally ban online state-based gambling, if members insert the RAWA into the State Justice Commerce Appropriations bill in Congress next week....

Eye Doctor Trade Group Seeks Limit to Consumer Choices

Any time you have to purchase a product and you can only get it from a particular seller, you can expect to pay...

Contact Lens Prescribers Push Legislation to Limit Consumer Choices

While some consumers purchase contact lenses from their eye doctor that prescribes them, many will also choose to obtain their lenses from other vendors that will fill their prescriptions, often for considerable savings in price over that charged at...

Reform of ECPA Balances Privacy With Law Enforcement Needs

As a result of change in technology, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) has come in need of being modernized. Three federal legislators, Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Chris Coons (D-DE) and Dean Heller (R-NV), also working with House Speaker...

Removing ‘Insolvent’ Turns PROMESA into Bailout for Puerto Rico

The legislative process has a way of changing legislation, and when politicians are done working on the drafts of bills, they can be quite different than how they started. This is the case with the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management,...

Without Changes PROMESA Could Turn into Bankruptcy for Puerto Rico

After a long debate over whether or not remedy the debt crisis in Puerto Rico with bankruptcy, the pro-reform side appeared to have won. While the Obama White House has pushed strongly for bankruptcy, Congressional leaders instead pushed as...