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Pro-Pruitt Group Deletes Oil Fraud Lawsuits From Site

January 25, 2017 | Energy Wire | News
As Oklahoma attorney general, Republican Scott Pruitt didn't publicize his lawsuits against oil companies. Now, the group promoting his nomination to U.S. EPA administrator has decided to stop publicizing them, too.

VoteVets Slams Donald Trump’s Executive Order Punishing Veterans

January 24, 2017 | VoteVets | News
Donald Trump signed an order yesterday that freezes pay for hundreds of thousands of veterans, potentially shuts tens of thousands more out of a job, and seems to starve the Department of Veterans Affairs of workers it desperately needs.

A GOP Group Steps Up To Boost Jeff Sessions

January 23, 2017 | USA Today | News
A Republican non-profit group that pummeled Democrat Hillary Clinton with negative advertising last year is back on the air with a new commercial, this time urging the U.S. Senate to confirm Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general.

Trump’s Biggest Donors Consider Abandoning New Political Arm

January 23, 2017 | Politico | News
Tensions between President Donald Trump’s senior political aides and a pair of his most important donors are threatening to upend plans for an outside political group expected to play a key role in advancing his agenda.

The Promise Of President Trump: Charles Koch

January 20, 2017 | The Wall Street Journal | Opinion
The new administration and Congress bring an important opportunity: a chance to pursue policies that can help all Americans realize their potential and improve their lives. History demonstrates that this kind of progress only comes from advancing the principles of a free and open society—one in which people are equipped to embrace the rapid pace of change and benefit from a dynamic economy.

Dems Jockey For Big Money Control

January 19, 2017 | Politico | News
The tug of war between Hillary Clinton’s supporters and the progressive left is spilling over onto a new front: control of liberal big money. Some of the left’s most active financiers and groups — including the Democracy Alliance donor club — are bristling at Clinton enforcer David Brock’s plan to officially launch his own donor network this weekend to fund his efforts to rebuild the left and, in his words, “kick Donald Trump’s ass.”
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