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Repeal is Real: Historic House Vote to Repeal Obamacare Passes 245-189
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Press Release

Repeal is Real: Historic House Vote to Repeal Obamacare Passes 245-189

WASHINGTON, DC- As its first major act, the new Republican majority in the House of Representatives voted today on a bill promising the complete repeal Obamacare. The bill passed with a unanimous Republican vote along with the support of three House Democrats, proving that the demand to repeal Obamacare is a real, bipartisan fight that will lead to a serious debate in the Senate.   

01/19/2011
Both sides prepare to battle over repeal of health-care law
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Both sides prepare to battle over repeal of health-care law

BY Krissah Thompson

As Congress members prepare to fight anew over the federal law overhauling the health-care system, activists on both sides of the issue are gearing up for a sequel to last year's raucous debate.Supporters of the law have begun planning protests, petitions and phone calls to block repeal. Its opponents are cheering efforts to dismantle the measure, which House GOP leaders have said they will put up for a vote on Jan. 12.

01/07/2011
House Republicans Gear Up for Full Repeal of Obamacare
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House Republicans Gear Up for Full Repeal of Obamacare

BY Dick Armey

House Republicans have posted their repeal bill for the Obamacare law online. While it took Democrats nearly 3,000 pages worth of complex legalese to institute their radical change to the American healthcare system, it will take the GOP a mere two pages to repeal the unwanted law (and its only taking that much paper because of formatting).

01/07/2011
Obama's Mandate Vs. The Founders'
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Obama's Mandate Vs. The Founders'

BY Matt Kibbe

On Dec. 13 a federal judge in Virginia declared the individual mandate in President Barack Obama's health care law to be unconstitutional. That mandate--section 1501 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act--requires all U.S. citizens, beginning on Jan. 1, 2014, to either purchase health insurance or pay a fine to the IRS.

01/07/2011
The Tea Party's Discontent: What Now?
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Newspaper Article

The Tea Party's Discontent: What Now?

BY Lindsey Boerma

The red paint is still drying from the House's proverbial color scheme change, but the relationship between Republicans and the movement that helped elect them is already starting to chip.

01/07/2011
Republicans to begin reading Constitution out loud when they control U.S. House
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Newspaper Article

Republicans to begin reading Constitution out loud when they control U.S. House

BY Philip Rucker and Krissah Thompson (of the Washington Post)

WASHINGTON -- When Republicans take over next week, they will do something that apparently has never been done before in the U.S. House's 221-year history: They will read the Constitution aloud.And then, they will require that every new bill contain a statement by the legislator who wrote it, citing the constitutional authority to enact the proposed law. Call it the tea party-ization of Congress.

01/07/2011
FreedomWorks Corrects the Obamacare Spin: Spending Money Will NOT Reduce Debt
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FreedomWorks Corrects the Obamacare Spin: Spending Money Will NOT Reduce Debt

WASHINGTON, DC- As its first major act, the new Republican majority in the House of Representatives will vote on a bill promising the complete repeal Obamacare on January 12th. Yesterday, less than a week before the vote, a letter was released by the Congressional Budget Office estimating that the repeal of Obamacare would increase the deficit by $230 billion over 10 years.

01/07/2011
5 Reasons Why We CAN Repeal Obamacare In 2011
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5 Reasons Why We CAN Repeal Obamacare In 2011

BY Matt Kibbe

The outgoing Congress, which began with a bailout-and-stimulus bang, ends with a Tea Party-inflicted whimper, bruised by a series of post-election "shellackings" on taxes, spending and pork.Meanwhile, a new Congress is charging toward the Hill like the U.S Cavalry, reinforced with scores of Tea Party-backed candidates and committed to a new day in Washington.

01/04/2011
Beaver Management, Parachute Museums, and Other Earmarks: What Makes Wasteful Spending?
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Beaver Management, Parachute Museums, and Other Earmarks: What Makes Wasteful Spending?

BY Stephanie Condon

As Congress continues to negotiate the federal government's budget for this fiscal year, conservatives aren't letting up their campaign against earmarks. Lawmakers and conservative political activists alike are wailing that the regionally-specific federal spending projects are the hallmark of government waste.

01/04/2011
John Boehner's Tea Party Nightmare
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Newspaper Article

John Boehner's Tea Party Nightmare

BY Benjamin Sarlin

The incoming House speaker rode a Tea Party wave into the majority, but a debt-limit vote as early as next month could cost him their backing. Benjamin Sarlin on the battle that can’t come soon enough for Democrats.Rep. John Boehner owes no small part of his imminent promotion to the speaker’s office to the Tea Party, whose support he courted early and often en route to a landslide takeover of the House. But he may lose that support before he’s even begun to wield his new power.

12/20/2010

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