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Zinke to resign

Dec. 15 2018
Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke will resign at the end of the year, the Washington Post reports. The Post cited a Tweet by President Donald Trump as its source.

May survives vote of confidence

Dec. 12, 2018
British Prime Minister Theresa May survived a vote of no-confidence today, and remains in her position, the Associated Press reported today.

President's task force recommends no collective bargaining for postal work

Dec. 4, 2018
President Donald Trump's postal reform task force has recommended that postal workers not be allowed to negotiate their wages, reports. The task force was created by executive order. The administration kept the task force's recommendations secret until after the midterm elections, the website reported.

Zinke brawls with congressman

Nov. 30, 2018
US Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke shot back with charges of excessive drinking after Arizona Representative Raul Grijalva called for Zinke to step down.
Grjalva, the Democrat likely to head the House Natural Resources Committee, accused Zinke of ethics violations. The congressman made the accusations in an op ed that appeared in USA Today, Roll Call reported.

Tester's rural media conference call

Nov. 27, 2018
Senator Jon Tester spoke with rural reporters during a conference call this morning.  He discussed a bill that would help "blue water" service members who suffer from the effects of Agent Orange but were not on the ground in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War.
He also talked about working for Medicaid expansion, and he noted that he had a suicide prevention bill in the works.
One reporter said that veterans were having difficulty obtaining post 9-11 benefits. The senator said that those having difficulty obtaining those benefits should call any of his field offices for assistance.

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