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By Yaël Ossowski | Florida Watchdog
ST. PETERSBURG — The nation’s largest military contractors may be doing everything they can to warn Floridians of impending doom coming in the form of military-spending cuts, but newly announced defense contracts may leave their claims falling on deaf ears.
Just a few weeks before automatic-spending cuts are set to eliminate [...]
By Melissa Daniels | PA Independent
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania is positioned to play a key role in growing trade relations between the United States and Indonesia.
The state is opening a new trade office in Jakarta, bolstered by federal funding. Though plenty of states operate international business offices and trade missions to boost exports, Pennsylvania will be [...]
By Rob Nikolewski | Capitol Report New Mexico
SANTA FE — New Mexico U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce, R-District 2, joined 96 other GOP members in sending a letter to President Barack Obama, denouncing United Nation Ambassador Susan Rice, who’s reportedly being considered to replace Hillary Clinton as secretary of state.
Rice is embroiled in a controversy over [...]