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unauthorized insider accounts this month from inside the White House 2017 Investment is stagnant. 2/ Randeep S Surjewala (@rssurjewala) October 4, Adding more fraud-prevention measures in the Child Care Assistance Program and other welfare programs. Directing the Office of Legislative Auditor to investigate the child care funding programFranson said Johnson’s department is spending time and money on the wrong prioritiesMany child care center operators this year have told legislative committees that the state is ordering them to fix what they consider minor problems But Franson said the state has not done well in stopping fraud"Maybe a little less nitpicking and a little more creating accountability in the child care program" Franson saidThe Child Care Assistance Program is for low-income people who otherwise could not afford child careFranson convinced the House Tuesday to amend another bill to require county and private agencies dealing with child care licensing to be trained in identifying and preventing fraudHouse passes tax billRepublican-written legislation to simplify how Minnesotans deal with new federal tax law passed the House 78-50 Tuesday May 15It could get a Wednesday vote in the Senate If it passes there Gov Mark Dayton says he will not sign it or even negotiate with lawmakers about it unless they agree to a $138 million "emergency" appropriation to Minnesota schoolsThe Legislature has until midnight Sunday to pass billsBesides matching Minnesota tax law with new federal law the legislative plan lowers some taxes Dayton and other Democrats say the bill favors businesses while Republicans say it gives the middle income Minnesotan a better dealThe GOP claims 998 percent of individual taxpayers will not pay more"This bill targets tax relief squarely at middle-class families through the first income tax reduction in decades and by preserving important deductions Minnesotans rely upon as well as a state personal and dependent exemption" House Tax Chairman Greg Davids R-Preston saidOne change is that the bill cuts the first tier income tax rate from 535 percent to 525 percent in 2020 and the second tier income tax rate from 705 percent to 685 percent The cuts due in 2020 would affect all taxpayersLine 3 build backedThe House late Monday voted 74-51 to allow Enbridge to reconstruct its Line 3 crude oil pipeline even though the Public Utilities Commission has not given its approvalHouse Speaker Kurt Daudt R-Crown delivered his first floor speech since taking office to promote the bill saying the pipeline would create northern Minnesota jobsDayton is expected to veto the bill if the Senate also passed the legislationEnbridge wants to replace its existing Line 3 with a bigger pipeline from Canada to WisconsinThe legislation approves the pipeline on Enbridge’s preferred route which differs from an administrative law judge’s opinion that the PUC should allow the pipeline only along its existing routeBill sponsor Rep Dan Fabian R-Roseau said the legislation has "very very strong support in my part of the state"Many Democratic representatives opposed the bill saying that the PUC plans to make its decision in a monthHandsfree bill droppedMinnesota House leaders have told a lawmaker they will not allow his bill banning drivers from holding cellphones will not be taken up this sessionRep Mark Uglem R-Champlin told several reporters Tuesday that his bill is done for the yearCommittee members overwhelmingly have approved the Uglem billMowing changes approvedThe House sided with farmers who say the Minnesota Department of Transportation needs more time to draw up rules governing ditch mowingFarmers have complained that MnDOT rules force them to mow so late in the season that the grass is not good to feed animals MnDOT meanwhile says holding off on mowing gives animals more time to use high grassFarm-country legislators say ditch mowing has produced the most constituent comments the past couple of yearsSenate Majority Leader Harry Reid said accusations that the agency spied on the panel’s computers as it investigated the use of harsh interrogation techniques during the Bush administration raised concerns about possible violations of the Constitution"The CIA has not only interfered with the lawful congressional oversight of its activities but has also seemingly attempted to intimidate its overseers by subjecting them to criminal investigation" Reid said in a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder obtained by Reuters"These developments strike at the heart of the constitutional separation of powers between the legislative and executive branches" Reid a Nevada Democrat addedSenator Dianne Feinstein who chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee accused the agency last week of searching computers used by committee staffers compiling a report on the CIA’s use of harsh interrogation methods such as simulated drowning or waterboarding in the wake of the September 11 2001 attacks on the United StatesQuestioning whether the agency broke the law the veteran California Democrat also denied wrongdoing by members of her staff in a strongly worded speech on the Senate floor that brought to light the simmering dispute between Democratic committee members and President Barack Obama’s CIA chiefIt was a striking departure for Feinstein one of the US lawmakers most supportive of the national security community notably since former contractor Edward Snowden began releasing secret information about US surveillance programsRepublican committee members have mostly stayed out of the fray as has Obama The president said it would be inappropriate to weigh in on an ongoing investigationThe CIA accused committee staff members of illegally obtaining information and sent a "crimes report" to the Justice Department about committee staff members’ activities in obtaining classified information’PATENTLY ABSURD’The Intelligence Committee is responsible for oversight of the CIA Its 6000-page draft report on the interrogation program was finished over a year ago but is still classified Sources say it strongly condemns the now-abandoned harsh interrogation techniques and concludes they did not produce significant counter-terrorism breakthroughs Reid said he would have the Sergeant at Arms the Senate’s chief security officer begin a forensic examination of computers assigned for exclusive use by Senate Intelligence staff"The CIA’s decision to access the resources and work product of the legislative branch without permission is absolutely indefensible regardless of the context" Reid wroteHe said the agency’s actions cause him "great concern" as leader of the US SenateReid also wrote to John Brennan the director of the CIA asking for cooperation with the investigation of what Reid said would mark the third time since 2010 in which the agency acknowledged intruding into Intelligence Committee computer networksBoth letters were dated March 19"To my knowledge the CIA has produced no evidence to support its claims that Senate committee staff who have no technical training somehow hacked into the CIA’s highly secure classified networks an allegation that appears on its face to be patently absurd" Reid wrote to BrennanThe CIA responded that Brennan is committed to resolving every outstanding issue related to the Intelligence Committee’s report and strengthening its relationship with Congress"We are a far better organization because of congressional oversight and we will do whatever we can to be responsive to the elected representatives of the American people" CIA spokesman Dean Boyd saidThe Justice Department had no immediate response to Reid "We are reviewing the letter" department spokesman Brian Fallon said in an emailAttorney General Holder told a news conference on Wednesday that Justice was reviewing the referrals from the CIA on the Intelligence Committee’s interrogation review He said receiving a referral does not mean the department would investigate drugs, and the demand for the tripartite committee to reconvene within a set period to finalise its report in line with the principle of collective bargaining. 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