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Daily Action Outline for the Week of March 27th – March 31st


Rep. Massie’s tweet perfectly captures how Americans feel right now about GOP Obamacare replacement bill

Freedom Caucus member Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) Wednesday tweeted he is “changing” his vote on the proposed GOP Obamacare-replacement bill being negotiated between members of Congress and the Trump administration. But don’t worry – we think you’ll like what he did… NBC News Capitol Hill Producer Alex Moe this afternoon tweeted she was informed by a senior GOP aide that there will be no vote today on the GOP bill as originally planned. Both parties appear to be standing their ground — including members of the Freedom Caucus like Rep. Massie and Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.), who insist on a bill that fully repeals Obamacare, as promis...

Daily Action Outline for the Week of March 20th – March 24th


American Health Care Act Frequently Asked Questions


Understanding the Tax Credits in the American Health Care Act


Understanding the Mandates on the Insurance Industry in the American Health Care Act


The American Health Care Act: Overview


Daily Action Outline for the Week of March 13th – March 17th


U.S. non-farm private-sector employment up 14 percent in February

U.S. non-farm private employment in February increased 14 percent over the previous month with a whopping 298,000 jobs added, according to the monthly ADP National Employment Report published every month with the help of researchers at Moody’s Analytics. “These numbers are really good, and we’re hoping that they translate into hiring and spending and all those good things that will make the economy grow even faster,” National Federation of Independent Business Chief Economist Bill Dunkelberg tells Marketplace.org. One-hundred-and twenty-two-thousand of the nearly 300,000 jobs added fall within the “midsized” category of employers – ...

Trump budget director Mick Mulvaney prepping entitlement-reform options

Congressman-turned-Budget-Director Mick Mulvaney is confident his proposed changes to entitlement programs – e.g., social security and Medicare – will help the president achieve his campaign goal of cutting spending and reducing the national debt. The Washington Examiner has the details: "As soon as the 2018 spending budget is done at the end of next week. I'm hoping to put together something for the president to look at on the other pieces of entitlement spending, or mandatory spending," Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said Monday in an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt. On the campaign trail, Trump ...