Paul Jenks describes the many informal groups, clubs, commissions and boards that comprise the exclusive members-only world of the Hill.
Peggy Garvin looks at the expanding range of free legislative research resources available on the web, with a particular focus on sites whose stated goal is to enhance transparency and accountability, sponsored by the private, nonprofit, DC-based Sunlight Foundation.
Beth Wellington provides an overview of coal-to-liquid (CTL) technology and whether it is a viable new energy source. Beth documents the debate over this issue which includes voices from academia, trade associations, lobbyists and members of Congress, who have introduced a plethora of related legislation.
Scott A. Hodes recommends that to secure a successful outcome it is important to make FOIA requests not only to FBI Headquarters, but to FBI Field Offices.
Marcus P. Zillman’s annotated guide is a selective listing of elder and senior resources and sites on the Internet.
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Burney’s Legal Tech Reviews: Gadgets for Legal Pros A Keyboard to Show Off to your Friends and Safely Jogging with Music
Brett Burney recommends a slick new wireless keyboard with a lithium-ion rechargeable battery and glowy orange function buttons. For jogging safety with the added benefit of listening enjoyment, Brett says JogPhones are worth a look.
Margi Heinen and Jan Bissett have revised and updated their guide to publicly available electronic versions of state jury instructions.
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