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ENG: Carl Milton Levin (born June 28, 1934) is a United States Senator from Michigan, serving since 1979. He is the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Armed Services. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He has been Michigan's senior senator since 1995. He has served as a U.S. Senator longer than any Senator in Michigan history. He was elected to a sixth term in 2008, which will end in January 2015. He is the younger brother of U.S. Representative Sander M. Levin. Personal life Levin was born in Detroit to Jewish parents Bess Levinson and Saul R. Levin. He attended Detroit public schools and graduated from Swarthmore College in 1956 and from Harvard Law School in 1959. Soon after earning his law degree, he was admitted to the Michigan bar and opened a practice in Detroit, where he ...
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Carl Levin continues to support bloated military budget

On Friday, Senate Armed Services Committee Chair Carl Levin announced that the committee has completed its “mark up” of the 2012 Defense Authorization Act. The proposed military budget for 2012 is as big as ever with Levin not only approving of the largest military budget in the world but gloats over the amount of contracts he was able to secure for Michigan contractors. The report from the Senate Armed Services Committee is lengthy, but we’ll provide some of the major highlights of this bloated military budget: Extends through fiscal year 2017 significant funding for ...

Goldman Sachs Shares Down: Is it Carl Levin’s Fault?

Goldman Sachs shares are down about 2.7% so far today, a steeper dip than most of its Wall Street and financial peers. In the absence of other news, it seems Sen. Carl Levin may be taking a shine off Goldy’s stock price. Goldman was a particular whipping boy at yesterday’s press conference to announce the findings of a two-year Senate investigation into Wall Street. “Why would Goldman deny what is so obvious, that they were engaged in a huge short?” Levin asked as he thumped on his committee’s 600-plus-page report. “Because they gained at the expense of ...

Levin: Obama Needs To Withdraw At Least 15,000 Troops

Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D-Mich.) has put forward a baseline number of troops that the president must announce he will pull out of Afghanistan, saying that anything less would break Obama's promise of a "significant" drawdown. "In my judgment, a minimum of 15,000 reduction in troops would be needed for this to be a significant reduction, and since the president has committed himself a few months ago to a significant reduction, I think that's what will happen," Levin told reporters on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. When asked how he came up with that number, Levin ...

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Peddling Fear
The Senate shouldn’t support a measure that would eliminate the only effective tool this country has to punish terrorists.
Senator Urges Bigger Cuts to Nuclear Arsenal
Carl Levin of the Armed Services Committee said financial constraints and the changing nature of security threats were arguments against a large inventory of warheads.
How Delaware Thrives as a Corporate Tax Haven
Big corporations, small-time businesses, rogues, scoundrels and worse — all have turned up at Delaware addresses, no questions asked, hoping to cover their tracks and skirt regulations.
Role of Torture Revisited in Bin Laden Narrative
The Democratic senators who lead two Senate committees rebutted a former C.I.A. official’s defense of the Bush administration interrogation program.

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