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“A list of Mitch McConnell’s Legislative Accomplishments”

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“McConnell is also well known for his opposition to campaign finance regulation on First Amendment grounds. … He spearheaded the movement against the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act (known since 1995 as the “McCain–Feingold bill” and from 1989–1994 as the “Boren–Mitchell bill”), calling it “neither fair, nor balanced, nor constitutional.” His opposition to the bill culminated in the 2003 Supreme Court case McConnell v. Federal Election Commission and the 2009 Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.”


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“Call Mitch Mcconnell 202-224-2541”

So, Kentucky was not so happy

with Mitch McConnell

even under President Bush.

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Iran will give “positive consideration” to a renewed prospect of one-on-one talks with the United States on its nuclear program, its foreign minister said Sunday.

Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said a new round of talks between Iran and the five permanent U.N. Security Council members, plus Germany, would be held February 25 in Kazakhstan. Salehi spoke on the last day of the 49th Munich Security Conference, a day after U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said the Obama administration remains willing to hold direct talks with the Islamic Republic.

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A deadly tour bus crash in the Southern California mountains left at least eight people dead and dozens injured, officials said.

The difficult terrain hampered rescue efforts in San Bernardino County, east of Los Angeles, as authorities tried to extricate some of the victims.

A parade of ambulances snaked down a narrow, sloping highway Sunday night, waiting to transport the dozens injured.

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