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Tiffany K. Bain

Tiffany K. Bain
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Former Congressmen Towns and Stearns Urge Lawmakers and Industry to Create...

By Tiffany K. Bain America continues to be plagued by a widening partisan gridlock emanating in and out the chambers of the United States Congress. ...

Verizon and GWU Shed Light on Barriers to Telehealth and mHealth...

At George Washington University (GWU) last Wednesday, a former U.S. Senator, three medical doctors, and a leader of a wireless technology coalition convened at...

SEC’s Recent Proposed Crowdfunding Rule Could Mean Better Access to Capital...

In late October 2013, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed a crowdfunding rule that could boost access to capital for U.S. startup entrepreneurs. The...

Verizon Supports Lowering Pay Phone Rates for Prisoners and Families

On Monday, one of the United States’ leading Fortune 500 telecommunications companies filed comments to the Federal Communications Commission endorsing reform that affects nearly 2.2 million prisoners and their families, including 2.7...

CASEnergy Co-Chair Elaborates on Latest White Paper

Just a day after the Clean and Safe Energy (CASEnergy) Coalition released its latest white paper titled, “Balancing Long-Term Energy Planning with Near-Term Energy...

Sequester Deadline: ‘It’s very unfortunate that it has come to this...

Furman said that Republicans in Congress will not prevent the damaging sequestration cuts from occurring because they refuse to close tax loopholes that would help lower the nation’s $16.6 trillion deficit.

White House Officials: Preparations for a Stronger Economy, Workforce Starts with...

The President’s plan includes providing free, high quality public preschool to all children, investments in...

STELA Should Address Consumer Interests and Local Needs

Throughout the Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing held on February 13, satellite, broadcast and entertainment legal leaders told Congressional Committee members to make sure...

AABE Summit Puts Focus on Increasing Minority Participation in Energy Industry

Gathering ideas to increase minority – particularly African American – participation in all aspects of the energy and environmental sectors was discussed at the...

Lisa P. Jackson Leaves Lasting Legacy at EPA

A month after announcing her retirement as administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Lisa P. Jackson, the first African American to...