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    1. The National Science Foundation will award over $1.9 million in grants to two projects at the University of Pennsylvania and one at Drexel University, U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah announced on June 2.

    2. Florida's congressional clout recedes again

      The Sarasota Herald-TribuneJun 04 08:39 PM

      In Washington, the state has little chance of improving its pull after this election

    3. Enforce pesticide protections for farmworkers

      The Fresno BeeJun 25 01:34 PM

      Rep. David Valadao, R-Hanford, supported inhibiting farmworkers from exercising their rights under the EPA pesticide rule Valadao’s constituents are 74 percent Latino His district boasts the highest concentration of farmworkers in the nation … Click to Continue »

    4. Small farms are eager to meet growing demand for local, sustainable, and organic food—if only the federal government would trim regulations and get behind their efforts.

    5. A Democratic congressman from Pennsylvania could face decades in prison after he was convicted on bribery, money laundering and fraud charges on June 21. He reportedly used taxpayer dollars to fuel his political ambitions and pay off cronies.

    6. Fattah's conviction means that he cannot vote in committee or on the floor of the House.

    7. Ryan to Unveil GOP Agenda as Party Awaits Trump’s Policy Plans

      Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceJun 06 09:00 PM

      Speaker Paul Ryan is set to unveil the first plank of a House Republican legislative plan aimed at carving out an agenda for a party whose presumptive presidential nominee, Donald Trump, hasn’t offered ...

    8. The transition of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) to the multi-stakeholder community is one step closer to becoming reality.

    9. (Source: Philippine Army) FORT BONIFACIO, Taguig City - Honorable Voltaire T. Gazmin will visit the Headquarters Philippine Army (HPA) on Friday, June 24, to bid farewell to the Army...

    10. Congresswoman critical of effort to push Yucca forward

      Pahrump Valley TimesJun 03 07:28 AM

      CARSON CITY — It is a riddle for the ages: What is dead but never dies? The answer in Nevada is the proposed nuclear waste dump at Yucca Mountain.

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