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May 8 2019
Stanford University is very pleased to name Hannah Zimmerman as our nominee to the Center for the Study of Presidency and Congress Presidential Fellows Program. Hannah is from New York and is a Public Policy major with a minor in Anthropology. Hannah has established an impressive foundation of...
May 8 2019 | The Mercury News
Property manager and new developer Jeff Zell wanted to convert a rec room into two studios in a San Jose apartment building he owns. But a project he thought would take a few months and $75,000 has turned into a two-year, nearly $200,000 odyssey of frustration, fees and false starts. City charges...
May 6 2019 | Washington Post
House Democrats on Monday demanded government records related to the federal response to the hurricane that devastated Puerto Rico in 2017, as President Trump and his critics continue to feud over whether the administration exacerbated the human suffering from one of the worst natural disasters in...
May 1 2019 | New York Times
The White House asked Congress on Wednesday to allocate $4.5 billion in emergency funds for the southwestern border as federal agencies struggle to house and cope with the influx of asylum seekers coming into the United States.
Apr 17 2019 | Politico
Bill Weld, the Republican former governor of Massachusetts who is mounting a primary challenge to President Donald Trump, insisted Wednesday he is running to win his party’s presidential nomination, not just weaken Trump.