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AARP, which reps 37 million seniors, quit the American Legislative Exchange Council under pressure from Center for Media & Democracy, American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees, and other groups.
Democratic National Committee communications director Luis Miranda has resigned, along with CEO Amy Dacey and CFO Brand Marshall, amid the email hack that earlier toppled the party chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
After listening to the Republican congressional assaults on the FBI director and Clinton, if ever an aggressive counter attack against the GOP inquisitors was called for, now is the time. Updated 7/17/16 (3 responses)
Katie Perrior, co-founder and director of London's iNHouse Communications, has been named director of communications for new UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
Sean Kevelighan, a Bush White House alum who is global head of public affairs for Zurich Insurance Group, is returning stateside next month to lead the Insurance Information Institute in New York.
Alan Parker, chairman of Brunswick Group, and Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, are among more than 1,200 business leaders who signed a last-minute letter backing the campaign to keep the UK in the European Union.
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