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Other schools are also invoking the IRS to curtail political activity, including Georgetown, which cited its tax status in banning Bernie Sanders supporters from politicking on campus last year.
Democrats are not immune from politicking this session after making a forceful push against the Trump administration earlier in the year.
In the days before Russia’s Olympic roster was completed, Mr. Zhukov politicked at a hotel in Rio and pledged that his country’s delegation would be the purest of any at the Games, given the level of scrutiny applied to it.
But through a bit of politicking the games were shifted to coincide with the concurrent World's Fair in St. Louis.
Making sure the state party has the best tools for politicking money can buy is helpful, too.
But all industry politicking aside, Scriptshadow is the logical next step in our increasingly impatient attitude toward the delivery of entertainment.
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