Thursday, August 21, 2014 Av 25, 5774

Joshua Runyan

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Lawyer Considers Congressional Run Television reality-star Raj Bhakta may face some competition in his quest to dethrone U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz (D-District 13) from her first term in the House. If some Montgomery County Republican committeemen get their way, Russian American attorney Marina Kats will soon declare her candidacy for Schwartz's seat. But according to Kats, who immigrated to the...
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Utilizing images of a rising sun and of rolling green fields, the packaging of many organic products evokes healthy living, of getting back to nature and reclaiming all that is pristine in the world. But following a last-minute amendment to a routine congressional appropriations bill last year, consumers, producers and marketers of what's billed as the cleanest food available are...
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He's a reality-show contestant who developed a reputation for hitting on women on national television. She's a veteran legislator who trounced her opponent two years ago in a district that leans slightly in favor of her own party. If you were a betting soul, who would you give the odds to come November? The incumbent, of course, say analysts. Allyson...
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The confirmation fight over federal Judge Samuel Alito, nominated by President George W. Bush to replace outgoing Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, made one final stop in Philadelphia over the weekend before landing for good at the U.S. Capitol, where the Senate Judiciary Committee is holding a hearing into Alito's fate. In town for the occasion on Sunday were...
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An industrial park pervaded by the rotten-egg stench of chemicals is hardly an ideal place for most people. But for Andrew Seligman, a U.S.-government-sponsored trip to just such a place represented a wish come true. "From the day I started working for the Environmental Protection Agency, I always thought a dream experience of mine would be to work on a...
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