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Election, Congress & Administrative Law NewsElection, Congress & Administrative Law News

Election laws are constantly changing, and since they can have a profound impact on leadership, they are very important and can have a significant impact on the way elections are carried out. Because of this, individuals in the field, elected officials, campaign committees, and political party committees/political organizers, must familiarize themselves with the latest laws and regulations surrounding the area of ​​law.

The National Law Review routinely covers emerging news on legislation and litigation impacting the campaign trail and elections at the state, local, and government levels. In addition to elections, details about campaign financing, and where agencies can garner

The GOP ‘bribery’ allegations against Biden remain transparently thinThe GOP ‘bribery’ allegations against Biden remain transparently thin

The news release went out on May 3 from the Republican majority on the House Oversight Committee.

“Information provided by a whistleblower raises concerns that then-Vice President Biden was allegedly involved in a bribery scheme with a foreign national,” the alleged, quoting committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.).

A letter from Comer and Sen. Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) to the FBI, seeking the release of documentation of a June 2020 interview, wasn’t similarly hedged. The document, it is claimed, “describes an alleged criminal scheme involving then-Vice President Biden and a foreign national relating to the exchange

India denies Dorsey’s claims it threatened to shut down TwitterIndia denies Dorsey’s claims it threatened to shut down Twitter

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Former Twitter CEO Dorsey accuses India of threatening company

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India lashes out, latest example of tussle with Big Tech

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Big tech companies have struggled to do business in India

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Modi’s government says it always acts in the interest of user safety

(Adds political uproar context, comments paragraph 8-9)

By Kanishka Singh, Shilpa Jamkhandikar and Aditya Kalra

WASHINGTON/NEW DELHI, June 13 (Reuters) – India is threatened to shut down Twitter in the country unless it complied with orders to restrict accounts critical of the handling of farmer protests, co-founder Jack Dorsey said, an accusation by Prime Minister

Improving The International Supply Chain Through IPEFImproving The International Supply Chain Through IPEF

How IPEF Builds On Prior Trade Relationships Negotiated By The Biden Administration:

In May 2023, the Biden Administration announced the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF), a commitment to improving supply chains between the US, and the Indo-Pacific nations of Australia, Brunei, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia , New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam.

The stated goal of the IPEF is “to coordinate actions to mitigate and prevent future supply chain disruptions and secure critical sectors and key products for our manufacturers.”

The IPEF also responds to increasing tensions between the US and China that have

London Borough of Merton Council v Nuffield Health [2023] UKSC 18 – UKSC BlogLondon Borough of Merton Council v Nuffield Health [2023] UKSC 18 – UKSC Blog

Section 43(5) and (6)(a) of the Local Government Finance Act 1988 (“the LGFA”) provides for a mandatory 80% relief from business rates where “the ratepayer is a charity or trustees for a charity” and the premises are “wholly or mainly used for charitable purposes (whether of that charity or of that and other charities)”. In this appeal, the Supreme Court is asked to decide whether the respondent, Nuffield Health, is entitled to this mandatory 80% relief in respect of its members-only gym known as Merton Abbey.

Nuffield Health (the respondent) is a registered charity whose purposes are “to advance, promote

Debt limit law sets up ‘enormous’ stakes for the 2024 election with deadlines for default, Obamacare and Trump tax cutsDebt limit law sets up ‘enormous’ stakes for the 2024 election with deadlines for default, Obamacare and Trump tax cuts

WASHINGTON — The newly enacted debt ceiling law all but assures that the winner of the 2024 presidential election and the next Congress will face another potentially calamitous default deadline soon after taking office.

The measure signed by President Joe Biden over the weekend suspends the debt limit until Jan. 1, 2025, with an additional few months for the Treasury Department to use “extraordinary measures” to pay the bills.

It’s not just the debt ceiling, which is more likely to be contentious if Biden wins re-election. The party that controls Congress and the White House will set the agenda on

Legal tech firm Casepoint investigates breach after hackers claim theft of government dataLegal tech firm Casepoint investigates breach after hackers claim theft of government data

Casepoint says it’s investigating a potential cybersecurity incident after hackers claimed to have compromised the legal technology platform to steal terabytes of sensitive data.

US-based Casepoint offers a legal discovery platform for litigation, investigations and compliance that is used by government agencies, corporations and law firms. The organization boasts a number of high-profile clients, including the US Courts, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the US Department of Defense (DoD), hotel operator Marriott and medical giant Mayo Clinic.

In a statement to TechCrunch, Casepoint co-founder and chief technology officer Vishal Rajpara confirmed the company had “activated our incident response protocols”

Republicans are crowding the 2024 race. It boosts Trump, but may help the GOP in the endRepublicans are crowding the 2024 race. It boosts Trump, but may help the GOP in the end

Republican presidential candidate Tim Scott delivers his speech announcing his candidacy for president of the United States on the campus of Charleston Southern University in North Charleston, SC, Monday, May 22, 2023. (AP Photo/Mic Smith)

South Carolina’s Mon. Tim Scott announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination last week at Charleston Southern University in North Charleston, SC (Mic Smith / Associated Press)

The race for the Republican presidential nomination, once a two-man battle between former President Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, is getting more crowded.

Mon. Tim Scott of South Carolina, the Senate’s only Black Republican and a favorite of many GOP donors, declared his candidacy last week. A few nights later, DeSantis belatedly made his own candidacy official in a chaotic Twitter event. That brought the number of major candidates to six,