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Capitol Hill Update, 6 January, 2014
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Capitol Hill Update, 6 January, 2014

Hill Update, 6 January, 2014House & Senate/Schedule: Both chambers are back in session this week for two weeks, and will both recess for the week of January 20th for Martin Luther King Day.

01/07/2014
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See How Your Senators Voted on the Ryan/Murray Budget Deal Here!

The Senate voted today to end debate on the budget deal reached by Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Senator Patty Murray (D-WA). This tax-and-spend deal blows the top off of the budget caps set back in 2011, and raises taxes (or, if you prefer, fees), while claiming to reduce the deficit over ten years with mostly phony cuts that will likely never materialize. With the cloture vote passed, the Democrats can now pass this deal with a simple majority.

12/17/2013
See How Your Senators Voted on the Ryan/Murray Budget Deal Here!
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See How Your Senators Voted on the Ryan/Murray Budget Deal Here!

The Senate voted today to end debate on the budget deal reached by Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Senator Patty Murray (D-WA).  This tax-and-spend deal blows the top off of the budget caps set back in 2011, and raises taxes (or, if you prefer, fees), while claiming to reduce the deficit over ten years with mostly phony cuts that will likely never materialize. With the cloture vote passed, the Democrats can now pass this deal with a simple majority.

12/17/2013
See How Your Representative Voted on the Ryan/Murray Tax & Spend Budget Here!
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See How Your Representative Voted on the Ryan/Murray Tax & Spend Budget Here!

The House, as expected, voted to pass the budget deal reached by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), by a margin of 332-94.  62 Republicans, and 32 Democrats, voted against the measure. You can see how your representative voted HERE.

12/12/2013
Capitol Hill Update, 9 December, 2013
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Capitol Hill Update, 9 December, 2013

Capitol Hill Update, 9 December, 2013

12/09/2013
Capitol Hill Update, 3 December, 2013
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Capitol Hill Update, 3 December, 2013

Capitol Hill Update, 3 December, 2013House & Senate/Schedule: The House is in session this week, and is only scheduled to be in town through the end of next week (the 13th) before adjourning its session for the year.  The Senate, meanwhile, is out of town this week, and is theoretically scheduled to remain in session through the end of the month.

12/03/2013
Senator Thad Cochran's Top Ten Worst Votes
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Senator Thad Cochran's Top Ten Worst Votes

The Top Ten Bad Votes of Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS)1. Thad Cochran Voted to Let Harry Reid Fund ObamaCare

11/25/2013
Congressman Pete Sessions' Top Ten Bad Votes
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Congressman Pete Sessions' Top Ten Bad Votes

The Top Ten Bad Votes of Rep. Pete Sessions1. Pete Sessions Voted for the Wall Street Bailout (T.A.R.P.)     Rep. Sessions voted for the over $700 billion bailout of Wall Street, leaving taxpayers to pay for the big banks’ bad decisions. He voted for both the original bailout plan (2008, Roll Call Vote 674), which failed, and then a second time to pass it (RCV 681).2. Pete Sessions Voted for the Ineffective “Super Committee” Debt Hike

11/22/2013
In Memoriam: The Senate Filibuster, 1806-2013
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In Memoriam: The Senate Filibuster, 1806-2013

So maybe pronouncing the filibuster dead is hyperbolic, but Senator Reid may well have struck it a mortal blow today.

11/21/2013
Capitol Hill Update, 18 November, 2013
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Capitol Hill Update, 18 November, 2013

Capitol Hill Update, 18 November, 2013House & Senate/Schedule: The House and Senate are both in session the week, and both will recess next week for Thanksgiving. 

11/18/2013

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