Monthly Archives: January 2018
The Vermont senator and nine guests discussed the need to bring about single-payer health care, its benefits to business and its implementation around the world.
“As tough as it’s been to juggle motherhood and the demands of being in the House and now the Senate, it’s made me more committed to doing this job,” the senator said in an interview.
Following past practice, the bill ending the partial government shutdown requires that those put in unpaid status be paid as normal.
"We will attack Conor Lamb, we will define Conor Lamb,” said Corry Bliss, the CLF's executive director, referring to the Democratic nominee who has made the election closer than Republicans would like.
House Speaker Paul D. Ryan removed Meehan from the Ethics Committee on Saturday after the New York Times published allegations of sexual harassment.
The shutdown began with “dreamers” and their allies on the left praising Democrats for their courage. Now the backlash is mounting.
“These are working people, not six figure people,” said one retiree, still waiting for full compensation from the 2013 shutdown.
If appropriations bill fails to pass, federal workers will have to return on Monday to complete process.
Carl Higbie, a senior official at the agency that runs AmeriCorps, had a history of disparaging minority groups during radio and podcast appearances.
The Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 reform bill aims to protect sexual harassment victims.