TRNS News Notes By Victoria Jones
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● Court revives Internet rape case
● Predatory lenders sued for online scams
● Americans not keen on foreign trade
● Counterfeiters run fast to beat Apple
● Selling products over and over again
● Corporate awards unmasked
Secretary of State John Kerry said that the AUMF from 2001 gives President Barack Obama the authority to attack ISIl without Congressional approval.
The Continuing Resolution was sponsored by House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers (R-KY), who said on the House Floor that that it was “our best, most clear path forward to keep the lights of the federal government on until year’s end.”
The amendment is part of the Continuing Resolution to keep the government funded. It now goes to the Senate for approval.
Chinese President Xi Jinping continues his tour of India, John Kerry testifies before the House, and the US energy secretary visits his Canadian counterpart.
ENDA would outlaw the practice of discriminating against Americans when applying for jobs based on sexual orientation or personal gender identification.