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Last week, the House Judiciary Committee held yet another copyright hearing, this one on Moral Rights, Termination Rights, Resale Royalty, and Copyright Term. We've discussed these issues at different times, and the hearing itself didn't break any major ground on anything, really. Show More Summary
The House Judiciary Committee, led by Chairman Bob Goodlatte, released a report today revealing that over 65 percent of unaccompanied alien minors’ asylum applications have been immediately approved in Fiscal Year 2014. The report cites data from the U.S. Show More Summary
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Some bad news for Sarah Palin and other conservatives who are itching for President Obama to be impeached: The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, which handles any impeachments, has now said no to it. "We are not working on or drawing up articles of impeachment," Rep. Show More Summary
On Sunday morning, This Week titular host George Stephanopoulos asked House Judiciary Committee Chair Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), whose committee would draw up articles of impeachment if the GOP decided to go the Palin route, where he stood on the issue. Goodlatte dismissed talk of impeachment out of hand.
Fresh off a tour of the U.S. border with Mexico, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte said it is clear that Obama administration policies have lead to the recent surge in unaccompanied minors and family units illegally entering the U.S. Show More Summary
Rep. Bob Goodlatte, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, argues that House Speaker John Boehner's plan to come up with a reason to file suit against President Obama has nothing to do with politics and is instead all about...Show More Summary
At a House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet hearing this afternoon, Members of Congress on bothRead the Rest...
Rosanne Cash is testifying on behalf of the Americana Music Association before the House Judiciary Committee today in support of artists’ rights. Here is a transcript of her testimony. The whole thing is worth a read, and the fact that 600,000 song streams on a music subscription site earned Cash only $114 is mind-boggling. Show More Summary
Most Congressional hearings are like watching paint dry, and the recent US House Judiciary Committee hearing on music licensing was no exception. Predictable industry players advocated for predictable positions. Today's hearings, which will be streamed live starting at 10AM Eastern, could be more interesting. Show More Summary
This morning the House Judiciary Committee held another hearing about net neutrality. While the members of Congress and expert witnesses are sitting on Capitol Hill arguing with each other over antitrust law, the public is clear on one thing: paid prioritization is a bad, bad idea. Our colleagues down the hall at Consumer Reports have been quite busy with surveys … [More]
(Scott Johnson) I urge readers following the IRS scandals to review the sworn testimony of FBI Director James Comey in response to the questions posed to him by Rep. Darrell Issa before the House Judiciary Committee on June 11. Rep.Show More Summary
On Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee approved the Searching for and Cutting Regulations that are Unnecessarily Burdensome Act of 2014Read the Rest...
By Josh Peterson | Watchdog.org WASHINGTON — The tension between federal and state powers over a permanent ban on Internet access taxes took the spotlight on Wednesday during House Judiciary Committee debate. The countdown to a November deadline when a ban on Internet access taxes expires is fast approaching. Without an extension passed by Congress,...
Today the House Judiciary Committee voted to approve legislation to permanently extend the moratorium on taxation of internet access. The bill, titled the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act, would make permanent the current internet tax moratorium that prevents states and localities from levying taxes on access to the internet. Show More Summary
On the Hill, a vote on internet tax freedom. The House Judiciary Committee expects to mark up a bill to prevent states and cities from taxing internet access tomorrow. The “Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act” has bipartisan support in both the House and Senate. Show More Summary
Which should have been fixed a long time ago: House Republicans pushed a bill through a judiciary committee Thursday to change a law barring any lawsuit brought more than 10 years after any alleged contamination occurred. The proposal,...Show More Summary
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) on Tuesday grilled a pastor who supports the separation of church and state, asking him why he did not share the "good news" that non-Christians were going to Hell. At a House Judiciary Committee hearing about religious freedom on Tuesday, Gohmert told the Rev. Show More Summary
The House Judiciary Committee has a Subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice -- and that latter group includes Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX). Gohmert is about as conservatively Christian as you can get. In April, he said that church/state...Show More Summary