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CALENDAR: The House and Senate are both out of town for their August district work period, and will stand in recess until Tuesday, September 8. CLINTON EMAILS: So much has happened on the Clinton email front over the last two weeks it’s hard to know where to start. So let me just tell you […]
CALENDAR: The House and Senate are both on their August district work period, and will stand in recess until Tuesday, September 8. LAST WEEK ON THE SENATE FLOOR: The Senate came back into session at 2 PM Monday. They began by considering the Motion To Proceed to S. 1881, prohibiting Federal funding of Planned Parenthood. […]
CALENDAR: The House will stand in recess until Tuesday, September 8. The Senate will come back into session at 2 PM Monday, with the first vote scheduled for 5:30 PM. The Senate plans to stay in session until Friday, at which time the Senate will join the House in the August recess, not to return […]
The President is pushing through the Iran Deal, despite the serious ramifications it may have and the lack of full support from Congress. Download the toolkit to help us fight against these actions. Download Toolkit
While the House border bill is on hold, call your Senators. It is urgent that they pass HR 240, which defunds executive amnesty. Let them know they should cancel their recess until they do their jobs. Details below. Download Toolkit On Friday, Jan. 9 — just before a holiday weekend — House […]
Description: This bill would create a way for states to direct their health care policy by allowing Americans to keep health insurance plans they are happy with, the same promise President Obama made about Obamacare and broke. To date, 8 states have joined the Health Care Compact, but it requires Congressional approval to take effect. […]
Description: This bill includes the most significant reduction to farm policy spending in history by improving agricultural programs. Makes the first reforms to SNAP (food stamps program) since the welfare reforms of 1996 while maintaining critical food assistance to families in need. Repeals or consolidates nearly 100 programs administered by USDA, including Direct Payments to […]