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Op-ed Placement

No more costly mandatory minimum sentences

BY Jason Pye and Marc Levin

Recent rulings at the U.S. Supreme Court on gay marriage and Obamacare are high-profile reminders that there is not much the left and right agrees on in this country. But yet another new bipartisan criminal justice reform bill, introduced recently by Reps. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) and Bobby Scott (D-Va.) with the support of almost two dozen other Republicans and Democrats, shows that one thing we do agree on is that this country locks too many people up for too long at too high a price.

08/14/2015
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Op-ed Placement

Why the Meadows fight matters

When Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) introduced a resolution calling for Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) to step down, a lot of people were eager to dismiss his actions as those of a lone loon with nothing to lose. When a member of Congress so publicly challenges the leadership of their own party, it’s always a long shot, but it’s important to understand why what Meadows is asking is neither crazy, nor unreasonable.

08/05/2015
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Op-ed Placement

Where is the left on corporate bailouts?

Conservatives have been leading the charge to end an outdated corporate welfare program. The question everyone should be asking is: where have all the anti-corporation liberals gone?

05/26/2015
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Will GOP establishment candidates cut it in 2016?

BY The Hill Staff

Matt Kibbe, CEO of activist group FreedomWorks, tells The Hill the Republican Party doesn't have a large pool of establishment candidates to choose from, increasing the chances that the liberty movement can clinch the 2016 nomination.

04/13/2015
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Newspaper Article

Conservative group gives alternative House budget top marks

BY Rebecca Shabad

Conservative group FreedomWorks is giving an alternative House conservative budget top marks, compared to other GOP blueprints, according to the group’s 2015 scorecard, first obtained by The Hill.

03/24/2015
527 Bill Splits Republicans
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Newspaper Article

527 Bill Splits Republicans

BY Elana Schor

Battle lines have formed within the GOP, pitting the conservative Club for Growth and its allies against the party’s leadership, as the House prepares to take up new limits on 527s. The Democrats’ steep advantage over the GOP in fundraising by the tax-exempt groups, which use a tax-code loophole to take in unlimited donations for political activity, led many Republicans to suggest that the crackdown created a partisan split. If Democrats did not embrace tighter regulation, Republicans would paint their support of the 2002 McCain-Feingold campaign-finance law as hypocritical.

04/05/2006
Lobbyists get crucial time
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Newspaper Article

Lobbyists get crucial time

BY Elana Schor

The postponement of a House vote on a $70 billion tax-cut package gives business lobbyists two crucial weeks to woo recalcitrant GOP centrists, who pushed their leadership to delay the cuts for fear of political fallout. K Street’s highest priority is extension of the 15-percent tax rates on capital gains and dividend income. They do not expire until 2008, but failure to extend them could deal a blow to investor confidence and the stock market, analysts maintain.

11/22/2005
RSC proposed cuts incite friction among House GOP
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Newspaper Article

RSC proposed cuts incite friction among House GOP

BY Patrick O'Connor

House conservatives called for broad spending cuts yesterday to offset emergency funding in response to Hurricane Katrina, a move that triggered heightened friction between leadership officials and the right wing of the GOP conference. The tensions illustrate a growing divide within the party about how to handle hurricane relief as another storm heads for the battered Gulf Coast region.

09/22/2005
Dems Seek to Channel Soft Money
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Dems Seek to Channel Soft Money

BY Alexander Bolton

Democratic congressional leaders want their top donors to redirect their money to special interest groups, thereby allowing them to wage costly election-year battles that their party will no longer be able to afford. Although the new campaign finance law does not take effect until November, the leaders nevertheless hope to lay the groundwork for their future needs.

04/24/2002