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The short answer is: Not explicitly as such. Many members of Congress are also lawyers, however, and thus bound by the ABA's ethical guidelines in addition to the following: The House of Representatives' Ethics Manual has the following to say: A Member, Delegate, Resident Commissioner, officer, or employee of the House shall conduct himself at all times in ...


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I have a rough theory of optimal stopping for decision making. The first observation is that, given a difficult choice, you of course should do as much research on the topic as possible, use rational principles that underpin philosophy (to value human consciousness and life above all), and try to find the best solution for those you're responsible for. This ...


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This looks like to be a strategy document setting out the vision of the vision of the Biden adminisration - hence the 'ambiguities'. The strategy is Keynesian with large scale expenditure on public infrastructure partly predicated on the changes required to the economy due to climate change. This sounds very much like the much heralded Green New Deal. I ...


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It appears that no bill exactly tracking the President's proposal has been introduced in Congress at this time. Components of his proposed legislation closely track existing legislative bills (e.g. related to Broadband infrastructure), but there is no one bill as I write this that matches it based upon a Govtrack.us search. The President, of course, does not ...


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Wilson, Meeks, Jayapal, and Thompson Lead More Than Sixty Members of Congress Calling for an end to Title 42 Expulsions, Feb 23, 2021. Washington, D.C. – Today, Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson (FL-24), House Foreign Affairs Committee Chair Gregory W. Meeks (NY-5), Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal (WA-7), and Homeland Security Committee Chair Bennie G. ...


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