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Lynch confirmed: DOJ lawlessness to continue

(Paul Mirengoff) Yesterday, as John noted here, the Senate confirmed Loretta Lynch as Attorney General. Ten Republicans voted to confirm: Kelly Ayotte, Ron Johnson, Mark Kirk, Rob Portman, Thad Cochran, Susan Collins, Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham, Mitch McConnell, and Orrin Hatch. Show More Summary

Loretta Lynch Confirmed With Ten Republican Votes

(John Hinderaker) The Senate voted 56-43 this afternoon to confirm Loretta Lynch as Attorney General. Ten Republicans voted for confirmation: Kelly Ayotte, Ron Johnson, Mark Kirk, Rob Portman, Thad Cochran, Susan Collins, Jeff Flake, Lindsey Graham, Orrin Hatch and Mitch McConnell. Show More Summary

Zillionaire Republican senator: Students taking longer to graduate because 'college is a lot of fun'

Ron Johnson (in stupid hat) having "a lot of fun" at a tailgate Freshman Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin is one of the most vulnerable Republicans seeking re-election next year. He's also one of the richest—worth anywhere from $13 million to $60 million—and one of the dumbest. Show More Summary

Tea Party Senator accidentally reveals absurdity of GOP stance on Obamacare

Tea Party Senator Ron Johnson has unveiled a new plan to provide temporary help to the millions of people who might lose health coverage if the Supreme Court sides with the King challengers and guts subsidies in three dozen federal-exchange states. Senator Johnson’s fix reportedly has 29 GOP co-sponsors, including Senate leader Mitch McConnell, and […]

Republican senator doesn't want you to lose your health insurance until after he's re-elected

Sen. Ron Johnson Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), an extremely vulnerable incumbent in 2016, is very concerned that people are going to lose their health insurance before he can be re-elected. So he's introducing legislation to postpone people losing their insurance until after the election. Show More Summary

Ron Johnson has no use for 'sad sack stories'

As an elected policymaker, Johnson's focus should be on helping those whose security is at risk, not worrying about the political impact of "sad sack stories."

Wisconsin Senator Fears Fallout If SCOTUS Kills ACA Subsidies

My first reaction to Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson's pearl-clutching? When you're owned by the Kochs, you do what the Kochs want you to, consequences be damned. So forgive me if I'm not moved by Johnson's sudden fears that Republicans...Show More Summary

Sen. Ron Johnson thinks Wisconsinites who have Obamacare insurance are moochers

Dumb as a box of rocks or a bag of hammers? One of 2016's most vulnerable Republican senators, who also happens to be one of the Senate's dumbest, is worried about how the Supreme Court might be hurting his chances for re-election if...Show More Summary

Two months to deadline, and the GOP health plan is still MIA

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, a Wisconsin Republican who’s running for re-election next year, explained in a recent radio interview what he believes will happen if the Supreme Court rules against a central provision of ObamaCare...

Fascinating

I'm not sure that Senators in deep red states are that worried about this. But here Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) explains what he sees as the GOP's biggest fear if Obamacare gets gutted by the Supreme Court. Must read. And potential deadly...Show More Summary

Feingold Leads In Senate Matchup

A Marquette University Law School poll shows Russ Feingold leading Senator Ron Johnson in a Senate rematch, 54%-38%. Feingold has not said he’s running. Now read this:Walker Equates Being Eagle Scout To Being Commander-In-Chief (Mar 30, 2015) Walker Avoiding Reporters (Mar 30, 2015) Walker Out Of Site During Immigration Flap (Mar 28, 2015) Scott Walker’s [...]

Democrat Russ Feingold with big lead over incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI)

By Richard K. Barry Russ Feingold A poll released yesterday by Marquette University Law School showed Wisconsin Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson significantly behind former Democratic U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold. Johnson had 38% and Feingold had 54%. Show More Summary

Feingold Leads in Possible U.S. Senate Race

A new Marquette University Law School poll in Wisconsin finds Russ Feingold (D) would crush Sen. Ron Johnson (R) in a U.S. Senate remtach, 54% to 38%. Feingold hasn’t announced his plans but is widely expected to run again.

Sorry Senator, No Injury Here: Johnson's ACA Suit Tossed

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson's suit challenging Obamacare's changes to congressional health plans was dismissed by the Seventh Circuit for lack of standing on Tuesday. Johnson and his legislative counsel had sued after the Affordable Care Act resulted in changes to their healthcare options, including federal subsidies for their health......

Syracuse Basketball: Predicting Orange's 2015-16 Rotation

After a graduation, a couple of transfers, an entry in the NBA Draft and an incoming freshman class, the Syracuse basketball roster is pretty much set. Rakeem Christmas, B.J. Johnson, Ron Patterson and Chris McCullough are gone. TheShow More Summary

An 'unfortunate political stunt' gets thrown out of court

Sen. Ron Johnson's (R-Wis.) anti-Obamacare lawsuit was tough to defend. Today, it became impossible -- an appeals court unanimously threw it out.

Federal Court Tosses GOP Senator’s Lawsuit Challenging Obamacare

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) has no standing to challenge a law that gives him a benefit he's free to reject, the Seventh Circuit ruled. Image: SenatorRonJohnson/Youtube The post Federal Court Tosses GOP Senator’s Lawsuit Challenging Obamacare appeared first on RH Reality Check.

Appeals Court Rejects Ron Johnson's Obamacare Challenge

By Jonathan Stempel April 14 (Reuters) - A federal appeals court has rejected Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson's effort to stop members of Congress and their staffs from getting health insurance subsidies under President Barack Obama's 2010 healthcare law. The 7th U.S. Show More Summary

Federal appeals court slaps down Republican senator’s Obamacare lawsuit

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A federal appeals court has rejected Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson’s effort to stop members of Congress and their staffs from getting health insurance subsidies under President Barack Obama’s 2010 healthcare law. The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago said Johnson lacked legal...

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