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Lawmaker says Trump should release taxes but sides with GOPNine appointed to Police Civilian Review PanelWill Trump's Tax Records Be the Next Pentagon Papers?Hidden report shows hundreds of Milwaukee County pension payment errorsWill Trump's Tax Records Be the Next Pentagon Papers?How Restaurants Hire Undocumented WorkersJULES WITCOVER: Trump gets a free ride on conflicts of interestTrump gets a free ride on conflicts of interestThe Trouble With Transparency (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)National View: A compromise on Trump's tax returnsNon-Sequiturs: 02.24.17The National Organization for Marriage May Be Collapsing Before Our EyesTrump gets a free ride on conflicts of interestGood, Bad News From IRS: Audits Down Again; New Treasury Secretary Wants Larger BudgetFresno Tax Attorney, Valley Tax Law Firm, Is Best In IRS Case Defense

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It's Not Just The Media — Trump Administration Closed-Lipped With Public Too
NPRFebruary 4, 2017

Officials in the United States and abroad had travelers detained without disclosing where they were being held, leaving loved ones, colleagues and even lawyers in the dark. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., said a federal customs official hung up the phone on him.more »

Jury deliberating in Ben Allen trial
Jackson Clarion LedgerFebruary 7, 2017

Allen has insisted on his innocence, and much of the trial evidence has aided his defense, including the testimony of prosecution witness Derrick Garner of the state auditor's office, who investigated the Partners and said he found no proof Allen ...more »

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Lawmaker says Trump should release taxes but sides with GOP
NBC2 NewsFebruary 28, 2017

Airport officials and civil rights lawyers are getting ready for President Donald Trump's new travel ban.More >>. Airport officials and civil rights lawyers are getting ready for President Donald Trump's new .... Trump broke with most modern-day ...more »

Nine appointed to Police Civilian Review Panel
Fairfaxtimes.comFebruary 28, 2017

The Panel will also have the authority to request and review completed Police Department internal administrative investigations regarding a civilian complaint against an officer. The Panel may hold public meetings to review police administrative ...more »

Will Trump's Tax Records Be the Next Pentagon Papers?
Common DreamsFebruary 28, 2017

Under federal law, the IRS is required to audit the taxes of the president, but an audit does not prevent anyone, including the president, from voluntarily releasing personal tax information. President Richard Nixon made his tax returns public while he ...more »

Hidden report shows hundreds of Milwaukee County pension payment errors
Milwaukee Journal SentinelFebruary 28, 2017

Several county officials said they were not told of the IRS filing in 2014. The document, dated April 22, 2014, was submitted by attorney Steve Huff, a consultant to the county Pension Board. Earlier this year, the issue of more payment problems was ...more »

Will Trump's Tax Records Be the Next Pentagon Papers?
The American ProspectFebruary 28, 2017

Perhaps the only way we'll ever see his returns is if a courageous IRS employee, or one of Trump's own lawyers or accountants, leaks them to the media, just as Daniel Ellsberg helped to bring down Richard Nixon by releasing the secret Pentagon Papers ...more »

How Restaurants Hire Undocumented Workers
EaterFebruary 28, 2017

Fact: The food industry hinges on the work of thousands of undocumented immigrants. But hiring an undocumented worker seems tricky at best, if not incredibly risky. So how and why do restaurateurs do it, and at such a high volume? We spoke to lawyers, ...more »

JULES WITCOVER: Trump gets a free ride on conflicts of interest
St. Augustine RecordFebruary 28, 2017

Trump tried to throttle the opposition by trotting out a lawyer and a table laden with papers purporting to offer a solution to the allegations that was swiftly rejected by ethics experts. They said his plan to turn over operation of his Trump ...more »

Trump gets a free ride on conflicts of interest
Baltimore SunFebruary 27, 2017

Mr. Trump tried to throttle the opposition by trotting out a lawyer and a table laden with papers purporting to offer a solution to the allegations that was swiftly rejected by ethics experts. They said his plan to turn over operation of his Trump ...more »

The Trouble With Transparency (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)
Arkansas Business OnlineFebruary 27, 2017

Mark Darr, champion of an online “checkbook” of state expenditures before he resigned after revelations of improper use of campaign funds and state reimbursements, and State Auditor Andrea Lea, who as a candidate declared that “transparency should be ...more »

National View: A compromise on Trump's tax returns
SouthCoastToday.comFebruary 26, 2017

Trump could invite the committee to review — confidentially — his tax returns, report its findings in detail to the IRS (so that the IRS could rely on them in reaching any audit determinations) and publish a public summary report, redacted of any ...more »

Non-Sequiturs: 02.24.17
Above the LawFebruary 25, 2017

…and other lies the president told me. [Huffington Post]. * Hey! Remember law school? Remember torts? Remember the “spring gun case”? Here's an interview with the lawyer behind that one. [Coverage Opinions]. * In an alternative universe, Melania Trump ...more »

The National Organization for Marriage May Be Collapsing Before Our Eyes
Advocate.comFebruary 24, 2017

NOM filed both of its 990 IRS tax returns late, late last year, and they showed that revenue is way down, to well under $4 million for the combined NOM and the NOM Education Fund. This is down 400 percent from ... The California Attorney General's ...more »

Trump gets a free ride on conflicts of interest
Marshalltown Times RepublicanFebruary 24, 2017

Trump tried to throttle the opposition by trotting out a lawyer and a table laden with papers purporting to offer a solution to the allegations that was swiftly rejected by ethics experts. They said his plan to turn over operation of his Trump ...more »

Good, Bad News From IRS: Audits Down Again; New Treasury Secretary Wants Larger Budget
The New AmericanFebruary 23, 2017

Last year it was one out of every 119. This year it is expected to be just one out of every 143. And for those who don't include a Schedule C or other special (i.e., tax shelter, farm income) forms, the audit rate drops even further: one out of every ...more »

Fresno Tax Attorney, Valley Tax Law Firm, Is Best In IRS Case Defense
Digital JournalFebruary 23, 2017

Any individual who has had a tax dispute initiated, received a letter from the IRS or from a tax agency or has had IRS come knocking at their door or calling their home phone number non-stop needs help. The first thing to keep in mind is that one has ...more »

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