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Posted 7/31/2014

For The ObamaCare Website, Lax Oversight Equals High Spending Today, The GAO Will Testify In Congress On Ongoing Issues With The Implementation Of ObamaCare. “The GAO report is not due to be released until early Thursday, ahead of a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing on implementation of Obama’s Affordable Care Act. GAO acquisition and [...]

Posted 7/31/2014

After ObamaCare’s Tumultuous Rollout In October 2013, Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) Could Have Fixed The Law. “In the end, one man will control whether the Senate attempts to fix ObamaCare after its messy debut: Harry Reid. But the Senate majority leader isn’t ready to act just yet. Reid and his leadership team are [...]

Posted 7/30/2014

As Part Of His Wife’s Nomination, Bill Clinton “Agreed To Submit His Future Personal Speeches And Business Activities For Review By State Department Ethics Officials And, If Necessary, By The White House Counsel’s Office.”  “Mr. Clinton also agreed to submit his future personal speeches and business activities for review by State Department ethics officials and, [...]

Posted 7/30/2014

In May, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, With The Support Of Nearly All Senate Democrats, Used A Procedural Maneuver To Block A Vote On Keystone Pipeline. “Senate Democrats defeated Republican attempts to bring up amendments to an energy efficiency bill on Wednesday. Republicans filed a motion to table Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s (D-Nev.) amendments [...]

Posted 7/29/2014

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Has Allowed Dozens Of Bills To Sit “Languishing In The Senate.” “Heller is still hopeful, and has said repeatedly in recent weeks that he’s sympathetic to the House members’ concerns. The chamber has about 40 jobs bills languishing in the Senate and would like to see one or more brought [...]

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