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PolitiHacks Digest – 17 June 2013 – What happens when a bill is debated in Congress?

These folks want your support: StopWatching.us—Oppose government surveillance of us? Support Sen. Moran’s startup visa amendment Lincoln Labs—Local to the Bay Area? Check out this politically-themed hackathon focusing on economic liberty this weekend Got a cause you want to share? Tell … Continue reading

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PolitiHacks Digest – 17 June 2013 – 84-15? 82-15? What the first two Senate votes on immigration mean

The Senate opened up debate on Tuesday with two procedural votes, with an additional vote scheduled and withdrawn on Monday. These two votes passed first 82-15, then 84-15. They represent a big win for immigration reform supporters. First: Monday, Sen. … Continue reading

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Startup Visa to be in Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill

Like this information? Subscribe to the PolitiHacks digest! The top-level summary doesn’t include us. Fine, we’ve got no lobbyists to prioritize us, so that’s no worries. Ignore the TechCrunch article that says otherwise. But we’re an explicit bullet point in the official … Continue reading

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