It is Much Deeper Issue than Hillary's Emails

One of President Obama’s most appealing campaign promises were his call for “transparency” in government.  Yet at every turn his Administration has fought any efforts at transparency.  While the media is focusing on efforts by Cabinet Officials such as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hiding her emails on a private server, the problem is much deeper. 

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Voter ID Laws Do Not Negatively Impact Voter Turnout

A Heritage Foundation study recently addressed this issue.  The Heritage study was in response to a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report.  GAO reviewed recent elections in Kansas and claimed that "Kansas... had seen decreased voter turnout since its voter ID law went into effect" in 2012, therefore, voter ID laws have a negative impact since they suppress voter turnout.

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The Prevent Targeting at the IRS Act (HR 709) Passes House on Tax Day

In honor of Tax Day, the House of Representatives recently passed a series of bills to increase IRS accountability and protect taxpayers.  One of the bills that was passed out of the House was HR 709, the “Prevent Targeting at the IRS Act.”

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House Republicans Work to Reform the IRS on Tax Day

On April 15, Representative Peter Roskam is leading the charge for a taxpayers bill of rights.  As he writes:

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RNLA Supports Efforts for Florida Share Vote Registration Data

Yesterday the Florida Chapter of the RNLA sent a letter to members of the Florida Legislature to urge members to review and amend current election law to facilitate the sharing of voter registration data across state lines.

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Larry Lessig’s Corruption Copout

Having retooled Mayday PAC, Harvard professor Larry Lessig has jumped to his next project: describing the political system as ‘corrupt’ while avoiding the term for participants. His intellectual voyage travels as well as Mayday’s maiden venture.

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Republicans Poised to Win Special Election in New York

District Attorney General Dan Donovan is running in the country’s NEXT special Congressional election.  The election for New York's 11th Congressional District being held on May 5, 2015 where Donovan has been in the national eye for several years.
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RNLA’s 2015 National Policy Conference In The News

The RNLA’s 2015 successful 30th Anniversary National Policy Conference has been in the news over the past week. Here are a few links and highlights in case you missed it:

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Senator Rob Portman to Speak at the 2015 National Policy Conference

The RNLA is pleased to announce that Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) will be speaking at the 2015 Republican National Lawyers Conference on March 20, 2015. Portman will be addressing the attendees of the Conference to discuss the “View From the Senate.”

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Michael Carvin to Speak at the 2015 National Policy Conference

The RNLA is pleased to announce that Michael Carvin will be speaking at the 2015 National Policy Conference. Carvin will be speaking on the recent case King v. Burwell, a case in which he recently argued before the Supreme Court on the Affordable Care Act. King v. Burwell addressed whether the IRS may permissibly promulgate regulations to extend tax-credit subsidies to coverage purchased through exchanges established by the federal government under Section 1321 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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