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Reforming U.S. Sugar Program WITHOUT “Importing Unemployment”

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  By Chuck Muth, President, Citizen Outreach The proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) continues to divide Congress for a number of reasons, including the agreement’s relative silence on the problem of foreign currency manipulation.  And while sugar is not a major component of the agreement, many of the concerns related to …

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Do We Really Want to Put the “OPEC of Sugar” in the Driver’s Seat?

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    (Chuck Muth) – At a recent Republican presidential debate, moderator Neil Cavuto asked an interesting question about, admittedly, not exactly a hot-button issue in the campaign… “Governor Kasich, while everyone has been focusing on Iran’s provocations, I’m wondering what you make of what Saudi Arabia has been doing …

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Leeches, Ticks and Bloodsucking Lawyers are a Menace to “Little Guy” Startups

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  (Chuck Muth) – Whenever big issues come up before Congress, it seems the little guy is often forgotten or overlooked. So as we continue to debate patent reform, let’s take a minute to remember exactly who many of these folks are.  The following profile comes from a recent story by …

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Regional Transportation Commission Proposes Mass Transit in Las Vegas

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  (Megan Messerly, Las Vegas Sun) – The Regional Transportation Commission is hopeful to lay a massive transit line on the grounds of Las Vegas. The system would include an extensive rail line connecting McCarran International Airport to Bonneville Transit Center, a light rail extension to Cashman Center, and another light …

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100,000-Seat Giant Stadium To Barrage Strip With Loud Events

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A 100,000-seat arena, bigger than the planned 20,000-seat stadium of MGM Resorts International, is expected to fix its perimeter in Las Vegas Strip and entertain the Nevadans with the world's liveliest events and most popular art. Count in the sexiest statues of Hollywood's "Crazy Girls".

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Don’t Let “Pink Shirt Syndrome” Stop Your Success

(Robert Skrob) – “If I wear that shirt, some kids may make fun of me.” But then he answered himself by saying, “They may or may not. There’s nothing we can do about what they choose to do; we can only control ourselves.” My son, Robert William, is a junior …

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