Senate Hearings of interest? … you better believe it!

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New arrivals!

Paper copies of the following recently arrived and cataloged Federal Documents are located in the Government Documents room on the 2nd floor north.

School Meal Regulations: Discussing the Consequences for Schools and Students–“One Florida school district estimates students threw out $75,000 worth of food.” Call # Y 4.ED 8/1:113-25 in the documents room, 2nd floor north (electronic versions of most titles will be forthcoming

Your Health and Your Privacy: Protecting Health Information in a Digital World–“…a total of 364 major breaches, since 2009, that resulted in the breach of health data of over 18 million Americans.” Call # Y 4.J 89/2:S.HRG.112-867 in the documents room, 2nd floor north

TSA oversight: Examining the Screening Partnership Program. There are 15,000 administrators being paid at $1.1 Billion. There are 457 airports so that amounts to 30 administrators per airport. Only 35 of our airports handle 75% of total passengers. Call # Y 4.g 74/7:113-95 in the documents room, 2nd floor north

Pushing the Envelope: Publishers Clearing House in the New Era of Direct Marketing. Call # Y 1.1/5:113-153 in the documents room, 2nd floor north

Department of Defense Authorization for Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2014 and the Future Years Defense Program, Part 6. The Department of Defense budget for 2014…$526 Billion. Call # Y 4.R 5/3:S.HRG.113-108/PT.6

Increasing American Jobs through Greater Exports to Africa Act of 2012. Call # Y 4.F 76/1:113-122 in the documents room, 2nd floor north

Water as a Geopolitical Threat. China illegally occupies Tibet and its headwaters serving 1/2 of the world’s population. Syria attempts to dam and stop the flow of water into Israel. Tajikstan charges Uzebekistan $600 million for Rogun Dam. Call # Y 4.F 76/1:113-127

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Oversight: Security of Our Nation’s Nuclear Plants. 2008 incident of sleeping guards at a Pennsylvania nuclear power plant was deemed a “white, or low-to-moderate” safety significance, when the sleeping guard’s duty is supposed to be standing ready to provide rapid response. Call number # in the 2nd floor documents room. Call # Y 4.P 96/10:S.HRG.110-1241

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