Grassley Hopeful New Chair Will Force Senate Budget Passage

Grassley hopeful new chair will force Senate budget passage

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"American families, who even in the midst of this economic crisis, have found ways to stretch their own dollars and balance their own budgets, deserve more from Washington, D.C. They are tired of being party to political impasses that threaten their …
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New owner projects 200-plus new jobs at Clinton hospital

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MedStar, a nonprofit regional health system with facilities in Maryland and Washington, D.C., announced its decision to purchase the 35-year-old Southern Maryland Hospital Center in late July. Southern … outpatient pavilion, stacked parking garage …
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Sideshow: Singing out for Obama

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… is having a deep, meaningful affair with Ganja. He's so happy with the stuff, says TMZ, that he told Saturday Night Live's writers they can mock anything about him, including his alleged drug use, when he hosts the show Feb. 9. … We're in the big …
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Traffic (7/10) Movie CLIP – Drug Economics (2000) HD – Traffic Movie Clip – watch all clips click to subscribe Seth (Topher Grace) educates Wakefield (Michael Douglas) on the economic dynamics of the drug scene. TM & © Universal (2012) Cast: Michael Douglas, Topher Grace, Kaizaad Kotwal Director: Steven Soderbergh MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: Join our Facebook page: Follow us on Twitter: Buy Movie: Producer: Laura Bickford, Marshall Herskovitz, Cameron Jones, Graham King, Andreas Klein, Mike Newell, Richard Solomon, Edward Zwick Screenwriter: Simon Moore, Stephen Gaghan Film Description: Described by director Steven Soderbergh as “Nashville meets The French Connection,” this multi-character drama explores the effects of international drug trafficking on all fronts: from their source, to the US border, to the federal government, to the private lives of users. Based upon a miniseries originally aired on Britain’s Channel 4, Traffic divides its time among three main storylines and almost a dozen locales. The first and primary plot thread, set in Ohio and Washington, DC, concerns freshly-appointed drug czar Robert Wakefield (Michael Douglas), whose enthusiasm for his new prestige position is quickly offset when he realizes his 16-year-old daughter Caroline (Erika Christensen) is graduating from recreational drug use to habitual abuse — a secret that his wife, Barbara (Amy Irving), has kept from him. South of the border, Mexican cop Javier Rodriguez (Benicio Del Toro) attempts to wage his own war