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Senate Advances $3.6 Billion Supplemental Spending Bill

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Senate Advances $3.6 Billion Supplemental Spending Bill

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House Approves Resolution to Sue President Obama

The House has voted H.Res 676, a resolution authorizing a lawsuit against President Obama for use of exeuctive order in implementing the Affordable Care Act. Five Republicans voted against the resolution. You can watch the debate here.

House Approves Resolution to Sue President Obama

The House has voted H.Res 676, a resolution authorizing a lawsuit against President Obama for use of exeuctive order in implementing the Affordable Care Act. Five Republicans voted against the resolution. You can watch the debate here.

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House Passes VA Conference Report, 420-5; Goes to the Senate for Consideration

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