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14 The Hampton Roads Messenger


Volume 14 Number 4 Career and Business Opportunity


Connect With Potential Employers at Upcoming Job and Resource Fair


Kaine Files War Powers Resolution to Prevent War with Iran


January 2020


BY THE OFFICE OF US SENATOR TIM KAINE WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today,


U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations and


Armed Services Committees, BY CITY OF HAMPTON


Connect with businesses that are hiring and get valuable job-seeking tips during the Get Hired Hampton Job and Resource Fair on Feb. 4 at the Hampton Roads Convention Center, 1610 Coliseum Drive. More than 100 employers are already registered. Preparation


help for job seekers are and available


services at


Hampton's WorkOne Center located at 1300 Thomas Street, Suite C, Hampton, VA 23669. Registration is not required for the job fair, which starts at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. Job seekers are encouraged to dress for


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a larger effort by the IRS to help taxpayers meet their tax obligations," said IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig. "It continues to show the partnership we enjoy with the Free File partners and the commitment we both share in helping taxpayers since the program's creation 18 years ago. The improved process will make Free File stronger and


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reason software "The IRS and FFI will also


continue to work together to identify and explore ways to better help low- to moderate-income taxpayers and to pursue meaningful opportunities to enhance taxpayer awareness and use of the Free File Program beyond the 2020 filing season," Rettig added.


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taxpayers experienced in preparing


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program, which is available to anyone regardless of income, will be available again in the 2020 tax season for people completing their tax year 2019 returns.


reached on the Free


Highlights of the new agreement File program


include several features designed to make the program more taxpayer friendly. Among the features in the new agreement, FFI members:


Will not exclude their Free File


Landing page from an organic internet search.


Will ensure a link on their sites is


available to return taxpayers to the IRS Free File website at the earliest feasible point in the preparation process if they do not qualify for the Member's Free File offer, and


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who successfully e-filed a tax return through the Free File program, reporting their results quarterly to the IRS.


"These steps will help further


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interviews. Employers who would like to be part of the event can register at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/


GetHired20


Get Hired is hosted by the City of Hampton in partnership with Hampton’s WorkOne Center, Virginia Career Works Greater Peninsula Region, The Youth Workforce Center, Virginia


Employment


the Goodwill Community Employment Center and Jobs for Life.


Commission, For more


information call 757-727-8311 or visit www.hampton.gov/workforce.


introduced a war powers resolution to force a debate and vote in Congress to prevent further escalation of hostilities with Iran. Senator Dick Durbin is an original cosponsor of the legislation.


“For years, I’ve been deeply


concerned about President Trump stumbling into a war with Iran. We’re now at a boiling point, and Congress must step in before Trump puts even more of our troops in harm’s way. We owe it to our servicemembers to have a debate and vote about whether or not it’s in our national interest to engage in another unnecessary war in the Middle East,” Kaine said.


War are privileged,


powers resolutions meaning


that the


Senate will be forced to vote on the legislation.


The resolution


underscores that Congress has the sole power to declare war, as laid out in the Constitution. The resolution requires that any hostilities with Iran must be explicitly authorized by a declaration


of war or specific authorization for use of military force, but does not prevent the United States from defending itself from imminent attack. The resolution will force a public debate and vote in Congress as intended by the framers of the Constitution to determine whether United States forces should be engaged in these hostilities.


leading voice concerns


For years, Kaine has been the in


to expand the use of military force without


over Presidents’ congressional


authorization.


In September of 2017, Kaine wrote a piece in TIME warning of the consequences


if Trump pulled out


of the nuclear deal with Iran. In July of 2018, Kaine wrote a piece in The Atlantic warning that President Trump was blundering toward war with Iran. Kaine has introduced legislation


to


repeal the 2002 AUMF and replace the


open-ended 2001 AUMF with


a narrower authorization. He also introduced a bipartisan amendment to the national defense bill to prohibit un- constitutional war with Iran, which was supported by a bipartisan majority of Senators in June.


Congress raising efforts


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