PRESIDENT OBAMA IS SET TO APPOINT EDITH RAMIREZ AS CHAIRWOMAN OF THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION

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President Obama is set to appoint Edith Ramirez as the chairwoman of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), making her the top Latina with oversight over matters such as consumer protection, fraud prevention, deceptive and unfair business practices, and online privacy protection. Ms. Ramirez is a former law school colleague of President Obama and since 2010, she has served as a commissioner at the FTC where she has been a driving force in maintaining robust competition and innovation in the high-tech marketplace.

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Before joining the commission, she was a partner at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan in Los Angeles, where she represented clients on matters of antitrust, intellectual property and unfair competition. As a commissioner, Ms. Ramirez has spoken strongly in favor of self-regulation and voluntary codes of conduct among companies involved in international trade. At a commission workshop on cross-border consumer protection in November, she said that self-regulation was “an important tool for consumer protection that potentially can respond more quickly and efficiently than government regulation.”

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Edith Ramirez will replace Jon Leibowitz as chief of the FTC and her new role leaves an opening for a third Democratic member on the five member commission.

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  1. In the State of Maine, to be eligible to vote one must have State I.D. or a State issued Driver’s License. Any legal citizen with a U.S. Birth Certificate and current in-state residence rather renting, buying, or owning can apply and get at least the State Issued I.D., and then register to vote.
    My question is if this is a service offered to all citizens including minorities why are the Hispanics so intent on changing voter registration laws?
    And how is the posting of how many minority citizens if so even a concern?
    It would seem to me that transportation and community service is a larger need then the changing of laws?
    Please help me understand where this is an issue.
    I disagree with the allowance of illegal immigrants being allowed to vote. I disagree that it is the United States Government’s fault that Illegal Immigrants should be allowed to remain in the United States or be given special rights to become U.S. citizens. And this isn’t in my opinion about Hispanics, but any illegal immigrants. I don’t care if they’re Canadian, Muslim, Christian, or Atheist. They made a conscious decision to entire the United States illegally breaking our laws. They did so, so they made a decision knowing they would, could, or probably would be deported either taking their U.S. citizen children with them voluntarily, or leaving their U.S. children would have to be left behind. That was a conscious choice made by them – not the U.S. Government and our Constitutional Laws.
    To my knowledge there is no U.S. Law stating a limitation currently on persons from any country as of yet, but I am willing to state I prefer as a Christian Caucasian Male of 53 years of age that I would prefer our country to remain a Christian majority with laws outlawing allowance of Sharia Law as I do not believe any acceptance of anything but our U.S. Constitutional Law should be allowed.
    I look forward to your full response.
    Thank you.

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