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Hochul agrees with Senecas on gaming compact, wants “a new era of collaboration”

Sources say that Governor Kathy Hochul agrees with the Seneca Nation‘s interpretation of a 2002 gaming compact that sold the Tribe gaming exclusivity rights in Western New York west of State Route 14 in exchange for a share of top-line

Opinion

SCHMITT: Biden’s imperial presidency moment

BY GARY SCHMITT The contrast between Biden’s election margin in 2020 and the GOP’s vote share in down-ticket races suggested that quite a few normally Republican voters could not bring themselves to support the party’s presidential nominee time this time

National Headlines

Defense supply chain vulnerabilities need near term fixes

BY ELAINE McCUSKER A bipartisan congressional task force this week concluded that “overreliance on China in critical supply chains, particularly in the defense sector, creates significant strategic and competitive risk for the United States.” The “Report of the Defense Critical

Congress

House earmarks requests: Why, what, and who?

BY KEVIN KOSAR and ZACHARY COURSER This year, after a 10-year moratorium, the majority leadership in the House of Representatives reinstituted the ability of members to submit federal funding requests for projects in their districts. More commonly known as “earmarks,”

National Headlines

Coalescing over O-RAN

By Bronwyn Howell In the mobile telecommunications industry, well-known for buzzwords and acronyms, the hottest new phrase is “open radio access networks” (O-RAN). O-RAN is an industry concept proposing an alternative way of designing and building radio access network (RAN) portions