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Stimulus Plan in Search of a Plan

It’s clear now: When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) took to a podium just before 3 p.m. yesterday to announce a bicameral deal on the $789 billion
Jul 31, 2020

Stimulus Plan in Search of a Plan

Stimulus Plan in Search of a Plan

It’s clear now: When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) took to a podium just before 3 p.m. yesterday to announce a bicameral deal on the $789 billion
It’s clear now: When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) took to a podium just before 3 p.m. yesterday to announce a bicameral deal on the $789 billion
Jul 31, 2020

Blackwater Concedes Its Trainers Had No Authorization to Carry Weapons in Afghanistan

Blackwater Concedes Its Trainers Had No Authorization to Carry Weapons in Afghanistan

Why did Blackwater/Paravant’s personnel carry weapons in Afghanistan for personal use, anyway? Brian McCracken, the former Paravant vice president, conceded
Why did Blackwater/Paravant’s personnel carry weapons in Afghanistan for personal use, anyway? Brian McCracken, the former Paravant vice president, conceded
Jul 31, 2020

Feds unimpressed with plan for a 500-mile water pipeline in Colorado, Wyoming

Feds unimpressed with plan for a 500-mile water pipeline in Colorado, Wyoming

One version of a proposed 500-plus-mile water pipeline from southwestern Wyoming to Colorado’s Front Range was dealt a blow by a federal regulatory agency that found the application deficient on Wednesday. The Federal Regulatory Energy Commission (FERC) sent a letter to Fort Collins businessman Aaron Million requesting more information within a month, but FERC officials also appeared to have serious jurisdictional questions. “Because the Commission would only have jurisdiction with regard to the proposed hydroelectric development, which is only one component of the proposed 501-mile-long water supply pipeline project, construction of substantial parts of the overall project may require permits from other federal agencies,” FERC officials wrote.
One version of a proposed 500-plus-mile water pipeline from southwestern Wyoming to Colorado’s Front Range was dealt a blow by a federal regulatory agency that found the application deficient on Wednesday. The Federal Regulatory Energy Commission (FERC) sent a letter to Fort Collins businessman Aaron Million requesting more information within a month, but FERC officials also appeared to have serious jurisdictional questions. “Because the Commission would only have jurisdiction with regard to the proposed hydroelectric development, which is only one component of the proposed 501-mile-long water supply pipeline project, construction of substantial parts of the overall project may require permits from other federal agencies,” FERC officials wrote.
Jul 31, 2020
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