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A look at the 2016 Senate Races

With any hope of retaking the White House slipping behind the big Blue Ball, Republicans badly need to retain the Senate. Regardless of what happens to the House, another four-to-eight years of Democratic control of the Presidency promises a massive remake of the court system. 986 more words

Republican Party

DARK Act moves to Senate...

There are few things going on in Washington, DC, that are worse than the DARK Act.  Nobody benefits from the passage of this legislation, well, except for corrupt politicians and Big Food corporations like Monsanto. 116 more words

Government

Senate To Take Up Short-Term Highway Funding Bill

Martin J. Milita Jr. Esq., senior director at Duane Morris Government Strategies, comments on: Senate and Highway Funding Bill

Washington-based Duane Morris Government Strategies (DMGS) supports the growth of organizations, companies, communities and economies through a suite of government and business consulting services. 736 more words

Duane Morris Government Strategies

Klobuchar introduces legislation combating eating disorders

KIMT News 3 – A U.S. Senator from Minnesota is working to combat eating disorders. Earlier this week, Amy Klobuchar, alongside two other senators, introduced the Anna Westin Act. 489 more words

National

Plan to Save the Highway Trust Fund Falls Short

By Michael Sargent – Re-Blogged From www.heritage.orgg

Last week, the House passed an $8-billion bailout of the Highway Trust Fund using gimmicky offsets and tax increases… 596 more words

Taxes & Spending

Meet Senator George Mitchell

The Common Good hosts Senator George Mitchell, Wednesday, September 9
6:15-7:45PM remarks & reception; 8pm private dinner

Former Senator George Mitchell is one of the most distinguished leaders and statesmen of a generation. 59 more words

Democracy

Ted Cruz wins again

To most conservatives the two most hated people in Government right now. John Boehner and Mitch McConnell. Don’t get me wrong Obama, Reid, Pelosi are up there, but there is a difference. 276 more words

Politics