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Do Something. No, Don’t Do Something.

While Republicans say the influx of undocumented children from Central America is a pressing issue that requires immediate attention from the president, they aren’t willing to approve funding to address it. The president “is asking to use billions of taxpayer … Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading Continue reading

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House GOP: Tax Abortions to Create Jobs. What?

The No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act currently under consideration in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives would impose new taxes on women and businesses that purchase a private insurance plan that covers abortion. And if that weren’t ridiculous enough, Judiciary … Continue reading
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Shorter Goodlatte: They’ll Take Our Jobs!

The fact that he would not allow an immigration reform bill that includes a path to citizenship to emerge from his committee apparently isn’t even the worst thing Representative Bob Goodlatte recently said to NPR. “You’re going to have to … Continue reading
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Republican Outreach

The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), says there’s no way in hell an immigration reform bill that includes a path to citizenship will emerge from his committee. Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), chair of the Judiciary Committee … Continue reading
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