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  • Brennan Declines Ed Board Nomination

    Liam Brennan, who is not running for mayor, is also not going to sit on the Board of Education.

    New Haven Independent
  • Brennan Nominated For Board Of Ed; Won't Run For Mayor

    New Haven Mayor Toni Harp has one less potential opponent in this year’s campaign — after finding him another way to spend his civic time.

    New Haven Independent
  • No new charters this year, Board of Ed decides

    "It's an unusual year for us in that no new charters are going forward."

    WCVB
  • Federal Prosecutors Violated Law in Jeffrey Epstein Case

    A judge ruled Thursday that federal prosecutors broke federal law when they signed a plea agreement with wealthy, politically connected Florida financier, Jeffrey Epstein, and concealed it from more than 30 of his underage victims. Epstein sexually abused more than 30 minor girls from 1999 to 2007 at his mansion in Florida, elsewhere in the U.S. and overseas.  Rich Sex Offender Epstein Settles 1 Suit, But More to Come The opinion and order in response to the U.S. Government’s efforts to stop...

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  • Facebook 'digital gangsters' violated privacy laws: MPs

    A scathing British parliamentary report on Monday branded Facebook “digital gangsters” that knowingly violated data privacy and competition laws. Lawmakers’ 18-month investigation into disinformation and “fake news” also accused Facebook of failing to faithfully fight Russia’s alleged attempts to influence elections. Cultural select committee chair Damian Collins said Facebook “deliberately sought to frustrate our work by giving incomplete, disingenuous and at times misleading answers to our...

    Raw Story
  • Newspaper: Indiana lawmaker may have violated lobbying laws

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A newspaper investigation has found that a former Indiana lawmaker's contract with the state's Department of Veterans Affairs may have violated state lobbying laws. The Indianapolis Star reports that Allen Paul received more than $150,000 from July 2015 to December 2018 after signing a lobbying contract

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  • Newspaper: Indiana lawmaker may have violated lobbying laws

    A newspaper investigation has found that a former Indiana lawmaker's contract with the state's Department of Veterans Affairs may have violated state lobbying laws. The Indianapolis Star reports that Allen

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