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Attorney General Edwin Meese


Self Description

Third-Party Descriptions

October 2013: "Mr. Meese’s low-profile coalition, the Conservative Action Project, which seeks to find common ground among leaders of an array of fiscally and socially conservative groups, was looking ahead to last Tuesday, when the new online health insurance marketplaces, called exchanges, were set to open. If the law took full effect as planned, many conservatives feared, it would be nearly impossible to repeal — even if a Republican president were elected in 2016."

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/06/us/a-federal-budget-crisis-months-in-the-planning.html

Relationships

RoleNameTypeLast Updated
Organization Executive (past or present) California (State Government) Organization Jan 16, 2004
Organization Head/Leader (past or present) Conservative Action Project Organization Oct 12, 2013
Organization Executive (past or present) Heritage Foundation Organization Oct 12, 2013
Student/Trainee (past or present) University of California - Berkeley (UC Berkeley) Organization Oct 12, 2013
Organization Executive (past or present) White House (Presidential advisory staff) Organization Jan 16, 2004
Student/Trainee (past or present) Yale University Organization Oct 12, 2013
Succeeded by Rep. David McIntosh Person Oct 12, 2013
Subordinate of (past or present) President Ronald Wilson Reagan Person Oct 12, 2013

Articles and Resources

Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at:
Oct 05, 2013 A Federal Budget Crisis Months in the Planning

QUOTE: interviews with a wide array of conservatives show that the confrontation that precipitated the crisis was the outgrowth of a long-running effort to undo the law, the Affordable Care Act, since its passage in 2010 — waged by a galaxy of conservative groups with more money, organized tactics and interconnections than is commonly known.

New York Times
Feb 01, 1987 A Question of Fairness

QUOTE: Clarence Thomas, a black, is Ronald Reagan's chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. He walks a lonely road, not really agreeing with conservatives or liberals.

Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly)