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Saturday, July 05, 2014

The Hill's E-news: July 5, 2014

The Hill's E-news
'House of Scandal' haunts GOP
By Alexandra Jaffe
“Republican leadership promised zero tolerance but instead has taken zero action to deal with their members’ seemingly endless ethics problems,” a Democratic spokesman said.
No plans to slow down from Clinton
By Amie Parnes
The former secretary of state will maintain a dizzying schedule for much of the year.
High court is right’s backstop
By Niall Stanage
Conservatives increasingly see the Supreme Court as a last line of defense against the Obama administration’s agenda.
Palestinian teen's funeral sparks clashes
By Vicki Needham
The teens’s body was found Wednesday morning in what Palestinians say is a revenge killing.
Obama welcomes new citizens
By Vicki Needham
The president said he's "going to keep doing everything" to push immigration reform.
Clinton: Speaking fees 'donated'
By Rachel Huggins
She says she's donated all the money earned from colleges to her family's foundation.
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The New York Times: Obama weighs steps to cover contraception
By Robert Pear and Adam Liptak
The White House is under such pressure that no one has been able to work out details of how the alternatives would be financed or administered.
The Washington Post: President pivots from income inequality 
By Zachary A. Goldfarb
The pivot is striking for a president who identified inequality as one of his top concerns after his reelection.
The Associated Press: Michelle Obama keeps up school lunch fight vs. GOP
By Darlene Superville
The School Nutrition Association, an industry-backed group that represents school cafeteria workers and originally supported the standards, has now turned against them.
USA Today: Dueling immigration rallies divide Calif. town
By Tatiana Sanchez and Ricardo Cano
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials are transporting the immigrants to processing centers in California and elsewhere to ease overcrowded facilities in Texas' Rio Grande Valley, which has seen an unprecedented spike.
The L.A. Times: Supreme Court conservatives are playing a long game
By David G. Savage
At first glance, many of its decisions appear modest, and the justices themselves downplayed them as narrow and tightly targeted, but they also set the stage for broader rulings.
House Veterans Affairs panel to hold fourth prime-time hearing
By Cristina Marcos
The House Veterans Affairs Committee will hear testimony next Tuesday on the ongoing controversy over veterans' wait times for medical care.
CONGRESS BLOGOpinion: Federal court for terror suspects is the American way
By Michael J. Quigley
U.S. federal courts are more effective than military commissions at convicting terrorists.
BRIEFING ROOMConservative activist famous for attacking Clinton dies at 82
By Vicki Needham
Richard Mellon Scaife spread his $1.4B fortune around to groups pushing conservative ideals.
BALLOT BOXMcDaniel balks at 'racist comments'
By Rachel Huggins
He chided racially charged questions asked during a Cochran press call.

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