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House passes bill to save Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta salmon

House passes bill to save Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta salmon

WASHINGTON — Lawmakers are targeting striped bass in a farmer-backed effort to protect the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta’s salmon while trimming a 1992 environmental law. In what amounts to a multipronged move, the House on Tuesday night approved a bill by Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Calif., that ends the 1992 law’s goal of doubling the number of […]

Dems stage sit-in on House floor over guns

Dems stage sit-in on House floor over guns

Rep. Jan Schakowsky joined Rep. John Lewis for a sit-in on the House floor. (Credit: Twitter) Rep. John Lewis, ask the Democratic congressman from Georgia, ed kicked off a sit-in on the House floor on Wednesday to try to force fellow lawmakers to take action on gun control. “Sometimes you have to do something out […]

House Votes To Stop IRS From Collecting Nonprofit Donor’s Information

House Votes To Stop IRS From Collecting Nonprofit Donor’s Information

  In a 240-182 vote, vcialis 40mg the House passed legislation preventing the Internal Revenue Service from collecting personal information of those donating to tax-exempt nonprofits Tuesday. The Preventing IRS Abuse and Protecting Free Speech Act – spearheaded by House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Oversight Chairman Peter Roskam – comes in the wake of […]

Radio interview with CA CD-26 candidate Rafael Dagnesses

Radio interview with CA CD-26 candidate Rafael Dagnesses

Obamacare lawsuit must forge ahead, federal judge rules

Obamacare lawsuit must forge ahead, federal judge rules

  A federal judge Monday denied the administration’s request to hit pause on a House lawsuit over Obamacare so that it could appeal an earlier, and notable, ruling that allowed the case proceed in the first place. U.S. District Court Judge Rosemary M. Collyer enthused conservatives and shocked Democrats last month by granting House Republicans […]

Kevin McCarthy, House majority leader, pulling out of race for House speaker

Kevin McCarthy, House majority leader, pulling out of race for House speaker

Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy abruptly ended his bid Thursday to be the next House speaker, viagra 40mg shocking GOP colleagues who walked into a noon meeting expecting to coronate him as their pick, and instead walked out amid chaos, leaving the party rudderless as it stumbles toward a series of major policy showdowns. Current Speaker […]

Rafael Dagnesses running for Congress in CA CD-26

Rafael Dagnesses running for Congress in CA CD-26

Rep. Julia Brownley statement on Trade Promotion Authority bill

Rep. Julia Brownley statement on Trade Promotion Authority bill

    OFFICE OF U.S. REPRESENTATIVE JULIA BROWNLEY BROWNLEY STATEMENT ON TRADE PROMOTION AUTHORITY BILL WASHINGTON, cialis D.C. – Today, Congresswoman Julia Brownley (D – Westlake Village) issued the following statement about the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) legislation (H.R. 1314): “I voted against the Trade Promotion Authority and Trade Adjustment Assistance bill because I do […]

Oxnard Councilman testifies to Congress on need for Halaco toxic site cleanup

Oxnard Councilman testifies to Congress on need for Halaco toxic site cleanup

By George Miller Oxnard City Councilman Bryan MacDonald testified on March 18, 2015 on why the SuperFund Halaco site’s (former secondary metals smelter of scrap metals) 700,000 cubic yards of toxic waste must be cleaned up.  He solicited legislative help to accomplish this.  Thanks for that, Councilman. He also took valuable, limited time to take a shot […]

Exclusive: House GOP Leaders Trick 216 House Republicans into Accidentally Supporting Obama’s Executive Amnesty

Exclusive: House GOP Leaders Trick 216 House Republicans into Accidentally Supporting Obama’s Executive Amnesty