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Monthly Archives: August 2011
This weekend, opposition forces in Libya fought a ground war to oust long-standing dictator Col. Gaddafi. Simultaneously, a global news war also waged, as news sources sought to be the shining star in broadcasting the latest from Tripoli. Some of … Continue reading
In a recent series of recommendations, the Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS), announced findings under the auspices of “Legal Considerations in e-Rulemaking,” from the Committee on Rulemaking. Having spent more than decade working on e-Rulemaking, I was curious … Continue reading