Biden Tax Hikes In Flux As Infrastructure Negotiations Shift

The Collapse Of Negotiations Between The White House And Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, On An Infrastructure Deal Raised Concerns That Biden’s Proposed Tax Increases Could Regain Footing, But Lawmakers Wednesday Indicated That Likely Wouldn’t Be The Case.

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House To Consider $250B For Subsidies, Research To Compete With China

The U.S. House Will Consider A Wide-Ranging Bill Aimed At Accelerating American Technological Innovation In An Effort To Keep Pace With China, But Critics Have Raised Concerns About How To Pay For It.

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Senator Hagerty to Study Migration Crisis in Guatemala and Mexico

Senator Bill Hagerty Is Heading To Guatemala And Mexico This Week To Determine Just What The United States Can Do To Help End The Migrant Crisis.

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Biden Gears Up To Push Behemoth Infrastructure Plan

As President Joe Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill Heads To His Desk This Week, His Administration Is Preparing To Introduce A Massive Infrastructure Relief Bill Sometime This Month.

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House Committee Members Will Hear From Their Donors During GameStop Hearing

Billionaire Executives At The Center Of The Gamestop Stock Trading Controversy Will Testify Before The House Financial Services Committee Today, Thursday, February 12th, Where They’ll Be Sitting Across From Lawmakers Whose Campaigns Benefitted From Their Big-Dollar Contributions.

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Executive Order Or Executive Abuse?

Joe Biden promised to dismantle Trump-era regulations by EO, many of which awarded us the fastest sustained economic growth in American history. Governing by executive order is bypassing the electorate, which further divides the nation and is tantamount to dictatorship. He laid the groundwork for a totally dysfunctional government for the people. The ultimate problem with executive orders is abuse. Politicians force-feed their political credenda on an entire nation.

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New Bill Introduced by Tennessee Congressmen Doubles Award For Identifying Government Waste

If The New Bill Passes, Federal Employees Could Get Double The Maximum That Is Currently Awarded For Identifying Government Waste.

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U.S. Sen. Cassidy Joins Group Pushing $908 billion COVID-19 Relief

U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy on Tuesday joined a “bipartisan, bicameral coalition” of lawmakers to announce a $908 billion COVID-19 aid package they hope can pass both chambers before the end of the year.

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