Get Battleground Briefing, our FREE politics newsletter, delivered to your inbox: Sign up here. As the autumn season continues, Halloween brings the perfect opportunity to make special memories with your loved ones."The proposal would require large-scale breeders to keep dogs in larger enclosures, and give them access to exercise, food, water and veterinary care," Johnson writes.
"What the program neglected to disclose is that all four professors worked for or with the Consumer Protection Bureau during the Obama Administration, either on staff or on its consumer advisory board," Kurtz said. Ohio News Media Association Executive Director Dennis Hetzel describes the mindset surrounding secrecy over transparency as "death by a thousand papercuts." "Most of the time, what we are seeing are generally well-intentioned efforts to carve out new, sometimes small, new exemptions."Whether it's the drug addicted, the mentally ill or the chronically ill, this made such a difference in their lives." Shaky sourcing? Deal making with Democrats: As Eaton notes, with deals on DACA and the debt ceiling, Trump has been very friendly to Democrats as of late.: A recent CBS News report on Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray included a part featuring college professors lauding the department. "Are Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi new best friends? There is some debate on both sides of the aisle over whether this change in Trump's strategy is good or not. Eroding transparency: As Randy Ludlow of reports, Ohio has pretty good public records laws at the moment, but they are constantly being eroded.It's been a bit of a wild ride during the past weeks regarding DACA.Republican President Donald Trump initially gave a six-month timetable for Congress to act on the matter, saying he planned on phasing it out.
Democratic leadership then came out and said they had a deal with Trump about codifying DACA into law, one of several unexpected deals reached between the two sides.