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Around the web, February 3

  • "Obama's Stealth Push for Card Check" [Chris Brown, Frum Forum, Bret Jacobson/Roll Call, ShopFloor coverage of yesterday's Craig Becker confirmation hearing]
  • "We're not finished with Toyota," says transportation secretary LaHood [Stoll, earlier; Reuters via Robinette]
  • Powering New England at permanent recession levels? Pollution suit seen as bid to close Salem Harbor coal-fired utility plant [Boston Globe] Opponents seeking immediate closure of Vermont Yankee nuclear plant [WCAX]
  • More on SEC global warming disclosure guidance [Carter at ShopFloor, earlier]
  • "Game-changing day at the SEC": now it can use cooperation agreements and deferred prosecution agreements [FCPA Professor]
  • That's what happens (well, at least sometimes) when you let nonlawyers write legal blogs [Turkewitz]



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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