February 2014 Newsletter: An Exclusive Look Inside the White House

2014 February Newsletter


Tenth Dems February Newsletter

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In this issue of Tenth News:

A Musical Message from the Tenth Dems Membership Chair
by Lisa Radin
Learn why Tenth Dems rocks and how members make beautiful music together.

Congress Watch: Kirk Helps GOP Deny Unemployment Insurance Benefits Extension
This regular feature provides the lowdown on how our supposedly “moderate” Republican U.S. Senator has helped block the extension of long-term unemployment benefits. We also include a letter to the senator from a constituent extremely displeased with Kirk’s votes on this issue.

Loose Lips (and Emails) Seem to Be Sinking Gov. Christie’s Ship
By Steven Gan
The author tries to wrap his mind around this rapidly unfolding scandal that may upend the presidential aspirations (and more) of the most popular Republican governor.

Tenth Dems University to Present Free Forum on NSA Surveillance Practices
Get the who-what-where-when on an upcoming Tenth Dems University event featuring Geoffrey Stone. Prof. Stone was a member of the committee of outside experts President Obama tasked with reviewing the NSA’s surveillance practices.

Calling All Lovers of Literature and Supporters of Students
Learn more about the upcoming Fourth Annual Poetry/Prose Contest and Slam and how volunteers can help Tenth Dems Community Connection with this event.

The Brad Effect: A Vote for Labor
by Eleonora di Liscia
This month, our ongoing series focuses on Rep. Brad Schneider’s votes in support of our nation’s working people.

What You Do Not Know About the Affordable Care Act (And Need To) – Part II: Accountable Care Organizations
by Mark Rosenberg, M.D.
The headline says it all. An expert demystifies a lesser-known feature of the Affordable Care Act.

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