Debt Ceiling Sets Up Major Battle In Congress

U.S. Secretary Of The Treasury Janet L. Yellen Sent A Letter To Congressional Leaders Thursday Notifying Them That The Agency Has Begun Taking “Extraordinary Measures” As The Federal Government Bumps Up Against Its Debt Limit Of Just Over $31 Trillion.

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Group Sues U.S. Dept Of Education Over Biden’s Student Loan Cancellation Plan

A Nonprofit Legal Group Filed A Lawsuit Tuesday Against The U.S. Department Of Education To Block Its Move To Cancel Up To $20,000 In Student Loan Debt For Some Borrowers.

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Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ Plan Could Add $3 Trillion To National Debt

President Joe Biden Has Repeatedly Touted That His “Build Back Better” Spending Bill Would Not Add To The National Debt, But The Nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office Analysis Released Friday Countered That Claim.

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Blackburn Demands Answers On Biden Administration’s Attack On State Medicaid Programs

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn Sent A Letter Requesting The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Disclose The Impact Of President Biden’s Federal Overreach On State Medicaid Programs Through The “Build Back Broke” Budget.

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House Passes Democrats’ Social Spending Bill After CBO Score

Congressional Democrats Passed A $1.75 Trillion Social Spending Plan Friday, Putting The Bill’s Fate In The Hands Of A Deeply Divided Senate.

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Blackburn, Hagerty Vote Against $1.2T Infrastructure Bill

The U.S. Senate Passed A $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Tuesday Despite The Objection Of Both Of Tennessee’s U.S. Senators. The Bill, Which Passed 69-30, Would Add $256 Billion To The Federal Debt, According To The Congressional Budget Office.

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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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