The Congressional Review Act: Determining Which “Rules” Must Be Submitted to Congress


Report:
The Congressional Review Act: Determining
Which “Rules” Must Be Submitted to Congress
Valerie C. Brannon, Legislative Attorney
Maeve P. Carey, Specialist in Government Organization and Management

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The Designation of Election Systems as Critical Infrastructure


Brief:
The Designation of Election Systems
as Critical Infrastructure
Eric A. Fischer

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China-U.S. Trade Issues


Report:
China-U.S. Trade Issues
Wayne M. Morrison,
Specialist in Asian Trade and Finance

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Defense Acquisitions: How and Where DOD Spends Its Contracting Dollars


Report:
Defense Acquisitions: How and Where DOD Spends Its Contracting Dollars
Moshe Schwartz, Specialist in Defense Acquisition
John F. Sargent Jr., Specialist in Science and Technology Policy
Christopher T. Mann, Analyst in Defense Policy and Trade

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U.S. Department of Defense is undergoing its first-ever agency-wide financial audit


Brief:
Defense Primer: Understanding the Process
for Auditing the Department of Defense
Moshe Schwartz & Raj Gnanarajah

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Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Actors Likely to Target U.S. Cleared Defense Contractors


Bulletin:
Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Actors Likely
to Target US Cleared Defense Contractors
Private Industry Notification,
Federal Bureau of Investigation

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State laws forcing public employees to subsidize the private speech of a union violate the First Amendment


Opinion:
MARK JANUS
v.
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE,
COUNTY, AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES,
COUNCIL 31, ET AL.

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President has authority under the INA to impose entry restrictions on nationals of countries that don’t share information adequate to make an informed entry determination, or present national security risks


Opinion:
TRUMP, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES,
ET AL.
v.
HAWAII, ET AL.

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Anti-steering provisions in contracts between creditors and merchants don’t violate the Sherman Anti-trust Act


Opinion:
OHIO
v.
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.

Anti-steering provisions in contracts between creditors and merchants don’t violate the Sherman Anti-trust Act

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Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity


Report:
Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity
Renée Johnson,
Specialist in Agricultural Policy

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