The IRS audits the working poor at about the same rate as the wealthiest 1%. Now, in response to questions from a U.S. senator, the IRS has acknowledged that’s true but professes it can’t change anything unless it is given more money.
“If some in the Republican caucus get sick, we are screwed,” one GOP senate aide tells Costa. The idea will be to get the spread of the disease among GOP officials under control so that they can all be healthy in time to vote on Barrett in mid-October.
“The other issue getting a lot of attention right now is the Secession Act of 1947,” Dilanian added. “That’s the law pursuant to the Constitution makes a line of succession. After Vice President Pence, it’s House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who’s 80 years old, and then Chuck Grassley, who’s 87.”
“We fear that Attorney General Barr intends to use the DOJ’s vast law enforcement powers to undermine our most fundamental democratic value: free and fair elections,” said the letter.
“The initial negative market reaction market implies that volatility will remain elevated as a result,” ADM Investor Services chief global economist Marc Ostwald said.
More than 100 protesters have filed notice of their intent to sue the city over police actions that day, which are likely to cost the city millions in misconduct settlements and legal fees.
Martin Kao, CEO of Martin Defense Group LLC, previously known as Navatek LLC, is being arrested on two counts of bank fraud and five counts of money laundering. He is accused of at least two fraudulent PPP loan applications.
On Monday, Ted Cruz told CNBC that there was no question the Republican Party was going to take care of people with pre-existing health conditions if the Supreme Court invalidates the Affordable Care Act, then 2 days later blocks the Bill that would protect them.
The group’s spokesman, Sean Connolly, confirmed that references are being purposefully removed “in consultation with members and nonmembers from around the country who raised concerns about their and their families’ privacy due to heightened media attention.”
Reps Porter, Tlaib and Pressley used an Oversight Committee hearing to press the CEOs of Teva, Celgene and Bristol-Myers Squibb on the results of an 18-month investigation into the pricing of two drugs: Teva’s Multiple Sclerosis drug Copaxone and Bristol-Myers Squibb’s Multiple Myeloma drug Revlimid.