Over the next 20 years, the cuts are steeper than originally thought.
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It would exempt council staffers from strict bonus rules and allow them to get retirement contribution matches.
Here's how the Senate health-care bill might affect you.
The Senate bill would result in even fewer people on Medicaid than the House bill.
22 million more people uninsured over the next decade is not a great look for Senate Republicans
California raised taxes — and saw much more economic growth.
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Jenna Johnson, Juliet Eilperin and Ed O’Keefe
After being the “party of no” during the Obama years, Republicans are trying to figure out what they want to achieve in the Trump era.
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Juliet Eilperin and Brady Dennis
The EPA administrator played a decisive role in president’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement.
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Paige Winfield Cunningham
The low-profile Senate parliamentarian will decide if the GOP can follow through on its plans to roll back Obamacare.
The public and workers are more supportive of cutting welfare, especially Republicans.