Saturday is the key day for the discussion of the above Bill. Wonder what the outcome will be?
by Scott Belford 13 months ago
The Senate jammed through their version of the GOP Tax Plan the morning of 12/2/17 with only one vote to spare since GOP Sen Bob Corker voted against it. To get 4 or 5 wayward Senators to vote for the bill, various types of pork had to be included in the final version (which was being written...
by Wayne Tully 6 years ago
Why is Religion such a most discussed topic?...because it is boring to discuss really
by rhamson 3 years ago
The Senate has passed the “fast-track” bill allowing the Trans Pacific Partnership deal to move through Congress without amendment or discussion, by a 65 to 33 margin. According to data from the Federal Election Commission, corporate members of the “US Business Coalition for the Trans Pacific...
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
Way to go---Health Care reform. Everyone tried to promise that cost of Health Care would go down with the Bill that passed Congress.Well, I know in Arkansas it will go up. Wonder how long before other States follow?http://www.todaysthv.com/news/local/sto … mp;catid=2
by Scott Belford 22 months ago
For eight years the Right has been fantacizing about how ACA came about in secret with nobody reading the massive bill. FALSE, but that is what the GOP is doing this week.The facts are that In considering the Affordable Care Act in 2009 and 2010, the House held - 79 hearings over the...
by Jack Lee 18 months ago
What is your opinion?In my humble opinion, these few GOP senators that is blocking the bill, are miss guided.Even if the bill is not perfectly worded, they should pass it. That way, the whole system can be revisited.How it gets implemented in detail has very little to do with the actual language in...
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