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Given their narrow majority, Senate Republicans prefer to let Andrew Wheeler continue as acting administrator rather than squeeze in another confirmation fight before the November mid-terms.
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A Pacific Standard analysis shows the oil and gas industry is among the tax bill's greatest financial beneficiaries.
Rather than a full repeal of the Dickey Amendment, Republicans agree to include a provision in the spending bill to clarify that they never prohibited research on gun violence in the first place.
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Accusing the left of fascism only helps the real fascists.
New research offers leftists a clever way to appeal to those on the right.