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Last month, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham (R), chairman of the Senate appropriations subcommittee with jurisdiction over the State Department and refugee issues introduced legislation (S. 2145) to provide an additional $1 billion in FY2016 funding to bolster refugee resettlement efforts.
The House Judiciary Committee introduced a series of four bills this week “to rein in the explosion of federal criminal law, commonly referred to as over-criminalization.”
At a Congressional hearing Tuesday, Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy apologized once more for the actions of his staff, and laid out the agency’s plan to discipline the individuals who allegedly violated the Privacy Act, DHS policy, and Secret Service policy in an effort to discredit a congressman investigating misconduct within the agency.
An anti-subrogation regulation in Kansas preventing insurers from issuing policies containing subrogation clauses came into conflict with the Federal Employees Health Benefit Act (“FEHBA”), but the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that federal common law preempted the Kansas regulation.
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