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This week, the Italian government celebrated its first anniversary since Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was sworn in. On 22 February 2014 the government started its mandate with strong support among Italian voters. This was confirmed a few months later in May 2014 by the undisputed victory of Renzi’s Democratic Party (PD), which won almost the 41 percent of the vote, an unprecedented result for Italy’s centre-left.
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Regardless of your position on the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a decision in favor of King, in King v. Burwell, scheduled to be heard by the Supreme Court March 4, will lead to the loss of insurance for millions of Americans. Both Republicans and Democrats acknowledge this fact.
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President Obama took an action yesterday which should remind us all of a lesson we learned in history class. You can agree or disagree with the positions of the President or the GOP-controlled Congress on Keystone. You can also agree or disagree with whether or not the decision on moving forward with the proposed pipeline should be made by the Executive or Legislative Branch. But you cannot disagree with the fact that the President’s veto of S. 1, the Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act, on Tuesday is a clear demonstration of the checks and balances established by our Founding Fathers in our Constitution.
Like most non-teenagers, until recently I was Snapchat illiterate. I’d heard about Snapchat—as has anyone in PR or who has kids—but I didn’t have any practical understanding of the popular platform.
No big surprises. That really should have been yesterday’s headline around the release of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) report.
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Sunday night brings the Academy Awards. Every year like clockwork, I fill out a ballot with every category checked, add a one dollar bill, and send it off to my college roommate who tabulates my entry along with about 800 other contenders in an annual Academy Award pool.
I am always on the hunt for new ways to get inspired and push the boundaries to find the best solutions for our clients. For me, it’s about stepping out of the routine, creating new connections and always keeping my eyes open.