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    Ted Cruz Leads GOP's Fight Against IMF Expansion in Ukraine Aid Package

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D–Nev.) is facing a revolt among Republicans for adding controversial language to an aid package for Ukraine. The Senate is expected to vote on the Ukraine measure next week. The controversial provisions, which have support of the Obama administration and liberals from both parties, would … More

    Senator Vitter’s Response to Obamacare’s Outrageous Exemptions

    Here’s a simple democratic principle: Those who make the laws should be subject to the laws they make. The Problem. President Obama, the White House staff, Cabinet secretaries, and all of the Administration’s political appointees are exempt from any legal requirement to enroll in Obamacare’s health insurance exchanges. While Members … More

    Coal Exports: Comprehensive Environmental Review Could Set Dangerous Precedent

    Anti-coal politicians want to use the environmental process to more comprehensively analyze the greenhouse gas impact on coal exports. This would not only reduce coal production in the U.S. but it would also set a dangerous precedent for all exports. The Army Corps of Engineers is analyzing the environmental effects … More

    The Fight to Protect Your Employee Health Care Coverage

    A year ago, the President addressed Congress and the American people to explain his vision for the health care plan that would later be signed into law. During that speech, President Obama said that “if you are among the hundreds of millions of Americans who already have health insurance through … More

    Obamacare in the Senate: First Week Amendments

    The Senate began debate on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (H.R.3590) this week. Senators on both sides of the aisle offered amendments to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s huge, 2074 page health care bill. The first votes to take place concerned preventative services for women. As Senators weigh … More