Have New Hampshire and Iowa lost the power to pick presidents?

New Hampshire voters headed to the polls this week more than a month before most voters will have an opportunity to weigh in on the presidential nominations. They were preceded…

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No on Proposition 1, a costly bureaucratic power grab – Orange County Register

Proposition 1 on the March 5 ballot is a costly bureaucratic power grab that robs counties of mental health services funding and saddles taxpayers with $6.38 billion in debt for…

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TSFE’s framework agreement with ACWA Power

Matouk Bassiouny & Hennawy were the legal advisors for TSFE Infrastructure and Utilities Sub Fund (TSFE), for itself and acting on behalf of the New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA),…

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Clarence Thomas’s Clerks: An ‘Extended Family’ With Reach and Power

In late August, amid a rising outcry over revelations that Justice Clarence Thomas had received decades of undisclosed gifts and free luxury travel, a lawyer in Chicago fired off an…

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New England Storm Leaves Nearly 600,000 Still Without Power

Power companies said customers in Connecticut, Maine and Massachusetts could face several days of outages as crews work to restore electrical service. Source link

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Turmoil at Penn and Harvard Highlights the Power Politics of College Donors

Major college donors used to expect their name on a building or the ability to call in a favor with the admissions office. They often gave money toward the end…

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Following House retirements and Feinstein’s death, California’s Capitol power is at an ebb

For nearly five years, California reigned supreme in the U.S. House of Representatives, with the speaker’s gavel passing uninterrupted across party lines from Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) to Rep….

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‘I’ll Have What She’s Having’ celebrates the sticking power of Jewish delis – Press Enterprise

By Hannah Edgar | Chicago Tribune Since originating at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles last year, “I’ll Have What She’s Having: The Jewish Deli” has bounced around Jewish…

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Supreme Court weighs limits on Congress’ power to tax

WASHINGTON —  The Supreme Court on Tuesday heard a conservative challenge to Congress’ broad power to tax corporate wealth — a case that could shield wealthy Americans who invest their money…

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Board of Supervisors will no longer have the power to draw their own district boundaries – Orange County Register

Redistricting in Orange County is officially out of politicians’ hands under a new California law. Gov. Gavin Newsom this year signed into law a slate of redistricting bills, including legislation…

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For Biden, a Subtle Shift in the Power Balance With China’s Xi Jinping

When President Biden met President Xi Jinping on Wednesday on the edges of Silicon Valley, there was a subtle but noticeable shift in the power dynamic between two countries that…

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Opinion: Trump promises vengeance and power grabs if he wins in 2024. Here’s the plan

In the wake of this week’s terrifying news of the New York Times/Siena College polls showing Donald Trump beating President Biden in must-win battleground states, keep in mind two words…

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Fighting between rebels and army cuts power to DRC city – JURIST

The main power lines to the city of Goma, in the North Kivu region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, were cut off Monday due to an escalation of…

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At the Inaugural KM and Innovation for Legal Conference, Knowledge Is Power

When is a new conference not exactly a new conference? When it is the inaugural Knowledge Management & Innovation for Legal Conference (or KM&I for short). Let me explain. Organizers…

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Laphonza Butler knows how to win quiet power. Can she win over the public?

WASHINGTON —  As then-Sen. Kamala Harris’ presidential bid was collapsing in late 2019 amid factional infighting, her campaign badly needed a trusted person who could close the operation down — pay…

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Why Power Trip with AC/DC, Judas Priest, Metallica and more was a perfect festival – Orange County Register

Festival Pass is a newsletter that lands in your inbox weekly. But during prime festival season you get bonus editions, too! Subscribe now. Happy Thursday! This week’s edition of Festival Pass…

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How the Little-Known States Project Helps Democrats Wield Power

For decades, Republicans have outmaneuvered and outspent Democrats in state legislatures, gerrymandering them into the minority in both red states and political battlegrounds. G.O.P. state lawmakers have used that advantage…

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Two Canadian Legal Tech Companies, CiteRight and Jurisage, Merge to Power Litigation Research and Drafting

Two litigation-focused Canadian legal technology companies, CiteRight and Jurisage, have merged, combining CiteRight’s litigation drafting program with Jurisage’s AI technology to create an integrated legal research and drafting solution. Had…

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Kazakhstan dispatch: President Tokayev announces nuclear power plant proposal will be decided in a national referendum – JURIST

Aidana Tastanova is a Kazakhstan national and a 4th year law student attending the Moscow State Institute of International Relations under a Kazakh government scholarship.  On Friday, September 1, during…

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How to Sort One Column by Another Column in Power BI

Unlike Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Power BI doesn’t have the ability to build custom sorts. However, you can sort one column by another, which is effectively the same thing and easy…

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