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In the News

Neil Reiff Pens Petition to Strengthen Political Parties

June 16, 2016

On behalf of the Chair of the Minnesota Democratic Farmer-Labor Party, Neil Reiff and his colleagues wrote a petition intended to strengthen political parties. The petition seeks amendments to sections under Title 11 of the Code of Federal Regulations and proposes to loosen rules governing state and...

Josh Rosenstein and Joe Birkenstock Co-Author Piece on Delayed OGE Rulemaking

June 14, 2016

Recently, Josh Rosenstein and Joe Birkenstock co-authored a short article on about the delayed OGE Rulemaking. In the article, Rosenstein and Birkenstock discuss the broad set of ethics standards for employees of the executive branch of the federal government, the issuance of Executiv...

Joe Birkenstock Discusses Federal Election Law in LA Times

June 7, 2016

Joe Birkenstock was quoted in an LA Times article that examined whether state Sen. Isadore Hall (D-Compton) and his campaign for the 44th Congressional District of California violated Federal Election Law. Joseph Birkenstock said it appears Hall’s campaign did violate the law. But if it can amend an...

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