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The Obama Morning News || February 11, 2015

Wednesday, February 11, 2015 7:59
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FCC Commissioner sites “enormous” White House pressure . . . Republican Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Ajit Pai voiced his concern Tuesday about President Obama’s proposal “to regulate the internet.” Pai cited concerns ranging from the proposal causing heavy-handed FCC regulations on the internet to the plan being a “gift to trial lawyers.” Daily Caller

White House seeks compromise on ISIS war powers . . . The White House will ask Congress to approve military action against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) that bans “enduring offensive ground operations.” GOP lawmakers had balked at earlier language considered by a Senate panel in December that banned ground troops in combat operations with some exceptions, such as self-defense and rescue missions. The Hill

Bush tries to deal with his Common Core problem . . .  “I am for creating real restrictions on the federal government’s role in this so you can alleviate people’s fears that you’re going to have some kind of control by the federal government of content, of curriculum, or even standards. I’m against all that.” Time

Bush PAC tech guru resigns over offensive tweets . . . A new aide to Jeb Bush’s political action committee has resigned after it was revealed he made comments many deemed offensive about women and gay men. The Hill

Bill would allow Congress to veto Obama regs . . . A bill that would gut federal agencies’ ability to impose sweeping regulations could save government workers a great deal of time and money if implemented — more than 11 million hours of paperwork and $27 billion each year — according to an advocacy group. Fox News

Groups backed by Cuba continue to wage terror . . . U.S. officials are considering removing Cuba from a list of state sponsors of terrorism, even as Cuban allies continue to launch military attacks and trade for weapons. Washington Free Beacon


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