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Senator asks for delay of Arizona law

Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., asks Arizona governor to give Congress time to pass comprehensive immigration reform.

Army chief of staff will decide soon on troop increase

Gen. George Casey says he ultimately hopes to give troops three years at home between deployments to recover and train.

Congress weighs federal funds for Gulf cleanup

Officials say the full cost of the project still is being assessed.

Agencies to increase outreach to stimulus recipients

OMB guidance requires officials to check in with new awardees and recipients that fail to file spending reports.

Deficit panel meets with CBO and CRS

Group will discuss ways to control the growth of discretionary spending.

House panel mulls separate patent bill

Potential legislation would give PTO fee-setting authority and bar Congress from diverting PTO funds to other uses.

From Nextgov.com: Panel advances bill to make chief technology officer, cyber czar permanent jobs

Legislation aimed at streamlining FISMA to improve information security processes and ease reporting burden on agencies.

Interior chief orders review of drilling operations

Minerals Management Service faces increased scrutiny for oversight of offshore oil and gas activities.

Labor-management council delays reporting on bargaining expansion

OPM Director John Berry requests an extra 30 days to provide recommendations to White House on pilot programs.

Catching Breaks

Republicans have real pickup opportunities in Pennsylvania and Hawaii special elections.

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