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Ohio and the Embarrassment of MOC

5 days agoIndustries / Medical : Dr. Wes

Today Ohio legislators will be introduced to the concept of "Maintenance of Certification" or "MOC" when House Bill 273 is introduced by Representative Theresa Gavarone (R) to the Ohio Health Committee. Most of the Committee membersShow More Summary

GOP Lawmaker In Hot Water Over Violent ‘All Livers Splatter’ Meme

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Lynne DiSanto is a Republican whip in the South Dakota House of Representatives.

These factory-made homes the size of a London Underground carriage could help fix London's housing crisis

LONDON — A once-popular trend is back in fashion: modular homes. Once known as "prefabs," these apartments represent a radical departure from conventional brick-and-mortar building. Each apartment is constructed in a UK factory, shipped...Show More Summary

Take down Confederate plaque in Texas: GOP lawmaker

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The Republican speaker of Texas’ House of Representatives called Tuesday for the removal of a plaque that honored the Confederacy from the state’s capitol building, making him the state’s most prominent GOP member to take such a hardline stance on the issue. State Rep. Joe Straus (R-San Antonio)...

Chuck and Nancy and Donald and Kyrsten

(Paul Mirengoff) Kyrsten Sinema represents Arizona’s Ninth Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. She is said to be the first openly bisexual woman elected to Congress, as well as the only openly non-theist or atheist member of the current Congress. Show More Summary

Former Pennsylvania congressman Bill Goodling dies at 89

YORK, Pa. (AP) — A former Republican congressman who represented parts of central Pennsylvania in the U.S. House for more than a quarter century has died. Bill Goodling was 89. A statement from his family says Goodling died Sunday evening. The...Show More Summary

Trump's legal team splits in two over the issue of obstruction

According to the New York Times, there’s an internal schism within Trump’s team of Robert Mueller-fighting legal representatives.  The debate in Mr. Trump’s West Wing has pitted Donald F. McGahn II, the White House counsel, against Ty Cobb, a lawyer brought in to manage the response to the investigation. Show More Summary

Susan Rice admits that she spied on Donald Trump

Susan Rice, the former National Security Advisor, has admitted before the House of Representatives' Intelligence Committee that during the transition period, she had spied on Donald Trump and his team when they were in Trump Tower, New York. Show More Summary

The Awan case: Curiouser and curiouser

(Scott Johnson) The curious case of the Awan family and its work for Democrats in the House of Representatives gets curiouser and curiouser. Daily Caller investigative reporter Luke Rosiak has broken story after story on the case. Former DNC chairman Rep. Show More Summary

No-growth NIMBYism comes to Irvine

This notion of “if you don’t build it, they won’t come” that has seemingly permeated local residents and their representatives is a fallacy. The state, and county, are in the midst of a housing crisis that NIMBYism won’t solve. They’re already here. We need housing. But NIMBY no-growth measures continue to be pushed across Orange […]

PSA: Paul Ryan Is Speaker of the House For A Reason and Isn’t Going Anywhere For a Few More

There has been a lot of talk about what an ineffective Speaker of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan (R – Wisc.) is and has been but in every case, the fact that he’s not going anywhere keeps coming up as some big FYI to many Americans. Show More Summary

House expects to consider bill allowing audits of ballots

The Rhode Island House of Representatives is expected to take up a bill next week that would allow the state Board of Elections to perform postelection audits of paper ballots … Click to Continue »

Chelsea Clinton Gets DESTROYED After Tweeting Fake News Story Claiming Michigan Passed a Bill Allowing EMT’s to Deny Gays Treatment

DUMB AS A BRICK. Chelsea Clinton tweeted out a fake news story on Friday that claimed the Michigan House of Representatives passed a bill giving EMT’s an option to deny treatment to gay patients. The internet responded. Below is a screenshot of Chelsea’s original tweet because she has since deleted it. Show More Summary

This Week In Techdirt History: September 10th - 16th

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Five Years Ago This week in 2012, we were watching as the House of Representatives got ready to move forward with extending the FISA Amendments Act despite huge problems and a worrying lack of information about secret interpretations of the law. Show More Summary

Connecticut House approves GOP-backed state budget plan

The Connecticut House of Representatives has passed a $40.7 billion Republican-backed budget plan that the Senate approved and which Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has vowed to veto. The House … Click to Continue »

Broadrick gives up Georgia House seat, citing health

There's a vacancy in the Georgia House of Representatives. State Rep. Bruce Broadrick, a Republican from Dalton, has stepped down, citing health reasons. His resignation is effective immediately. Broadrick said … Click to Continue »

The Latest: House deliberates GOP-backed state budget plan

The Latest on the Connecticut Budget (all times local): 12:45 a.m. The House of Representatives is considering a $40.7 billion Republican-backed budget plan that the Senate approved and which Gov. … Click to Continue »

Top Senate Republican on taxes says 'Big Six' won't dictate reform

By David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate's top Republican tax law writer warned on Thursday that the "Big Six" negotiators from the White House, Senate and House of Representatives would not dictate to his committee the direction of expected tax reform legislation. Show More Summary

House quietly passes bill that could make churches the next Super PACs

The U.S. House of Representatives quietly passed a spending bill on Thursday that could transform churches and other houses of worship into entities more closely resembling SuperPACs. When House members passed a $1.2 trillion “megabus” spending bill yesterday in a 211-198 vote, media attention largely focused on the proposal’s high cost and potential challenges in […]

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