CALENDAR: The House is in recess until Monday, January 27. The Senate will return on Tuesday and stay in session through Saturday. LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR: The House came back to work last Monday, and took up and passed two bills under Suspension of the Rules. On Tuesday, the House passed the Rule…

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In 2015, then-candidate Trump declared at our rally that the Iran Nuclear Deal is “the worst deal in history” and promised to end it. President Trump kept his campaign promise by ending the deal in May and now re-imposing economic sanctions on Iran. On Tuesday, President Trump banned the use of American currency for financial…

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According to Northwestern Mutual, 21% of Americans don’t have retirement savings. Lawmakers are in the process of changing that by creating a bipartisan bill that would help middle-class workers save for retirement and assist small employers with cheaper retirement options. This is all a part of President Trump’s ‘tax reform 2.0’ and his continued effort…

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Washington is bracing for President Trump’s decision of who will replace Justice Kennedy on the U.S. Supreme Court – including agencies that reigned under the Obama administration. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), created by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was designed with the intent to protect American consumers from abusive financial practices; however, it has become…

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In a few weeks – for the first time ever – a U.S. president is scheduled to sit down with the leader of North Korea to negotiate the possibility of denuclearization and peace. If President Trump plays his cards right and talks continue to go in an “America first” direction, the summit will happen on…

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