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Key Vote NO on Cloture to Fund ObamaCare in the CR
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Key Vote NO on Cloture to Fund ObamaCare in the CR

As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your senators and tell them to vote NO on cloture on the Continuing Resolution if any amendment is pending that would restore ObamaCare’s funding, because a vote for cloture is a vote to fund ObamaCare.

09/24/2013
Cloture… Which Cloture? Or How to Defund ObamaCare in the Senate
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Cloture… Which Cloture? Or How to Defund ObamaCare in the Senate

This fight to defund ObamaCare is taking a turn for the arcane as it heads into the more frustratingly obtuse chamber of Congress, the Senate. Although the antiquated system of parliamentary arcana in the Senate helps to slow down bills in order that they receive more thorough and deliberate debate, it also makes the proceeding in that chamber very different for those outside the beltway to understand.

09/23/2013
How to Make the Senate Vote on Full Obamacare Repeal
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How to Make the Senate Vote on Full Obamacare Repeal

Tomorrow, the House will vote on a bill to repeal the government takeover of health care.  After it passes, the bill will go over to the Senate.  The conventional wisdom is that it will die there.  But don't start the funeral parade too soon.  There is way to force a Senate vote on the House repeal bill.

01/18/2011
Here's what we think of your financial "reform"
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Here's what we think of your financial "reform"

The stock market made an attempt to stabilize at lower levels during the middle of this afternoon but was crushed, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling about 180 points in the last hour for a total fall of about 375 points on the day following news that disappointment-in-chief Senator Scott Brown changed his cloture vote on the Democrats' financial regulation bill, giving Harry Reid the 60th vote he needed to bring the measure up for a final vote, most likely in the next couple of days.

05/20/2010