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The Biggest Lies We Heard About Net Neutrality Last Week

“Consumer protection” isn’t a phrase you’ll find on the resume of a person who devises dishonest, meaningless soundbites like, “Net neutrality is about government takeover of the internet.” But most Washington lawmakers don’t really care what a soun...


Violence Against Women Act reapproved by House

The House voted Thursday to reauthorize a 25-year-old law that helps victims of domestic and sexual violence, despite complaints by Republicans that Democrats were politicizing the popular law by expanding gun control. The bill to reauthorize the Vi...


House E&C Passes CREATES, Pay-for-Delay Bills

The House Energy & Commerce Committee late Wednesday passed five bills related to generic drug competition, two of which were slightly tweaked to make them bipartisan. Passed by a unanimous 51-0 vote, HR 965, the "Creating and Restoring Equal Access...


Hoosier Lawmakers Want to Force Vote on Born Alive Act

WASHINGTON, D.C.--Protecting babies who survive an abortion is the goal of the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. Some Hoosier lawmakers are supporting the act and have signed a petition to bring it to a vote in the U.S. House. “This bill...


Perry Cites Energy, Emissions Gains, Defends Saudi Deal

Addressing the policy debate surrounding America’s energy, environmental and economic future, Rick Perry on Friday declared the United States both a global leader in fossil fuels and an environmental superpower. But first the energy secretary had to...


Republicans: Time to move on from Russia investigation

While Democrats are pushing for the release of the Russia report, lawmakers on the other side of the aisle, including those from Indiana and Illinois, are ready to move on. Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer tried to pass a resolution urging the...


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