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Tea Party Patriots Weekly Report from Washington for 11/29/15

CALENDAR: The House returns Monday, and will stay in session through Thursday. The Senate also returns Monday, with the first vote on Monday afternoon, and will likely stay in session through Thursday. EARLIER THIS MONTH ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: Before leaving Washington for the Thanksgiving recess, the House on Thursday, November 19 passed H.R. 4038, the American Security Against Foreign Enemies (SAFE) Act. For my fellow acronym buffs, you heard that right – that’s the “American SAFE Act.” The bill passed by a vote of 289-137, with two Republicans and six Democrats not voting. Only two Republicans voted against it, while 47 ...

TOPLINE: Stuff You Need to Know for Friday, July 18,2014

Barone: Prez Laid Course For Border Mess The flood of underage — and non-underage — illegal immigrants from Central America coming across the border in Texas is, to paraphrase a former Obama administration official, a “man-caused disaster.” The man who caused it, more than anyone else, is Barack Obama. Speaking at political fundraisers in Dallas and Austin last week — he refused to do a “photo-op” on the border: First things first — Obama placed the blame on House Republicans for not having passed a comprehensive immigration bill as the Democratic-majority Senate did in June 2013. But it wasn’t only Republicans who failed to pass ...

Medicaid Squeeze: Expansion Costing Chicago $67 Million More

Long before the implementation of Obamacare, red flags were being raised about serious financial repercussions states could face if they chose to expand Medicaid. Not only would a state have to absorb all new enrollees under expansion, but also deal with those from the woodwork effect – the massive influx of Medicaid-eligible residents who did not enroll until the implementation of the law. This combination could catch some states that did not financially prepare off guard, causing already-tight budgets to bleed even more. With nearly half the states deciding not to take the gamble, others like Illinois eagerly dove right in. Now they are reaping ...