The Senate Finance Committee questioned Equifax's response to a multiple data breaches on Wednesday, and — let's face it. Financial hearings are boring. The entire world of finance is made up of technical jargon to keep regular consumers on their heels so those in the know can take advantage of them — so it's hard to [...]
The Senate Finance Committee passed its Children's Health Insurance Program reauthorization bill Wednesday, four days too late for preventing the expiration of the program. They possibly acted in time to avert too much disaster, depending...Show More Summary
Equifax's former CEO Richard Smith is currently testifying before the Senate Finance Committee about the company's massive data breach... but it's kind of hard to concentrate on him when someone is photobombing him while dressed like...Show More Summary
An overdue, bipartisan bill financing health insurance for millions of low-income children has won easy approval from the Senate Finance Committee. The panel's voice vote came four days after the … Click to Continue »
The Senate Finance Committee held a hearing today on International Tax Reform: Kimberly Clausing (Reed College) (testimony) Itai Grinberg (Georgetown) (testimony) Stephen E. Shay (Harvard) (testimony) Bret Wells (Houston) (testimony...
“As everyone knows, the Medicaid cap per cap was proposed by President Clinton. Now it is seen as this draconian measure.” — Former senator Rick Santorum (R-Pa.), testimony before the Senate Finance Committee, Sept. 25 In touting the latest GOP effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which collapsed Sept. 26, former senator Rick Santorum […]
Campaign Action Five—that's the total number of U.S. citizens who were finally allowed to remain in the Senate Finance Committee's hearing on the GOP's Graham-Cassidy healthcare repeal bill. As large hearing rooms that could have accommodated...Show More Summary
Today I had the chance to testify before the Senate Finance Committee on business tax reform. Here are my opening remarks. You can find my...
The most important thing that Congress and the administration can do to boost economic growth, lift workers’ wages, create jobs, and make the U.S. economy more competitive globally, is reform our business tax system.
Tim Kelsey gave a prepared opening statement to the Senate Enquiry on The Medicare Data Breach on Friday afternoon.Here is the transcript:Finance and Public Administration References Committee - 15/09/2017Protection of personal Medicare...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, members of the Senate Finance Committee announced an agreement to extend funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program. The announcement had been anxiously awaited by families and advocates across the nation, as the program’s federal funding expires in about two weeks. Show More Summary
Senate Finance Committee chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT) told CNBC that tax reform will take a lot of cooperation between the Democrats and Republicans. He added that once the bill reaches the Senate floor there will be “doubling and tripling of [...]
It's Tax Reform Week on Forbes. Today's guest post is written by Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah).
Rhode Island's Senate Finance Committee is holding the first of several public hearings on a proposal to build an $83 million stadium for the Pawtucket Red Sox. Thursday evening's hearing … Click to Continue »
In a busy health week for Congress, Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee agreed on a proposal to fund the Children’s Health Insurance Program for five more years, while Republican...
The chairman and top Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee announced agreement to extend the Children’s Health Insurance Program but lower the federal share of funds.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Leaders of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee said on Tuesday they reached an agreement to finance a federal insurance program for millions of lower-income children and pregnant women that was due to expire at the end of the month.
The Senate Finance Committee is demanding answers from Equifax in the latest fallout from a massive cyberattack that compromised personal data belonging to 143 million Americans. The senators want to know who inside the credit reporting...Show More Summary
Sens. Orrin Hatch and Ron Wyden, heads of the Committee on Finance, sent Monday letter seeking the scope of consumers affected by massive cyberbreach
Leaders of Senate Finance Committee want to know what executives knew about the security breach and when.