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 HSPD-12 Controversy and More

December 11, 2007 - 9:09am
We have a lot on our plates this morning, but at least we're not buried in snow and ice!

Constitutional Challenge

    A small Pennsylvania town called Hazelton started what has become a constitutional challenge to Congress' right to regulate immigration. WTOP's Nathan Roberts talks more about this with Congressional Quarterly's Michael Sandler. Click to hear the interview.

Controversy Over HSPD-12

Interest Rates Going Down Again?

    Government economic numbers, such as unemployment, indicate the economy is doing well, but housing market turmoil and credit problems tell another story. The Federal Reserve will meet today and CNN's Bob Costantini talks about what we might see. Click to hear the interview.

A Good Compromise

    The compromise on pay-for-performance in the new Pentagon spending conference report is leaving both the Pentagon and labor unions with something to be happy about. John Palguta, Vice President of Policy at the Partnership for Public Service talks about what this decision will mean if it's signed into law. Click to hear the interview.

Other Stories We're Following

OMB pushes performance improvement (FCW)

OFPP: Half of contracts must be performance-based in '08 (FCW)

HUD develops best practices for FISMA reports (FCW)

Critics say problems at State IG's office will persist (GovExec)

DOJ tests suspicious-activity reporting system (FCW)

EEOC commissioner pushes hiring of people with disabilities (GovExec)

Intelligence contract recompete could be lucrative for several firms (GovExec)

NOAA expands warning system for storms (GCN)

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