BUT OF COURSE: A prominent Senate Republican is pushing a plan to inject $10 billion a year for three years into ObamaCare exchanges. Two of them, actually. Neither name — Lamar Alexander or Susan Collins — will surprise you.
The White House attack on a bipartisan immigration bill gathered force on Thursday when President Donald Trump blasted the legislation, drafted in part by fellow Republican Senator Susan Collins, saying that it would hurt law enforcement and lead to open borders. “The … immigration bill...
The Trump administration has threatened to veto a so-called 'bipartisan' immigration bill - offered from Chuck Schumer and Susan Collins - that was being primed for a vote as soon as this afternoon. The bill reportedly does not meetShow More Summary
With 2018 under way, the work to ensure key funding at the federal level steps up. On December 21, 2017, Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI), along with Susan Collins (R-ME), Thad Cochran (R-MS), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), introduced the bipartisan Museum and Library Services Act (MLSA) of 2017. Show More Summary
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) says she is now open to supporting legislation that would make it harder to fire Robert Mueller, the special counsel overseeing the Department of Justice’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
This is our United States Senate, 2018: (Press the blue button for a good time.) Sen. Susan Collins shows off the talking stick she used during the shutdown negotiations https://t.co/q4NxERtSTa pic.twitter.com/8RgOgURPDK — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) January 23, 2018 Sen. Show More Summary
Susan Collins, who is currently a senator — not a summer camp counselor — had a new idea for reforming our broken government on Monday. To help ease communication during the government shutdown, Collins introduced a talking stick to bipartisan negotiations. Show More Summary
Sen. Susan Collins' employed a colorfully beaded stick to help bring order during a meeting of about two dozen centrists from both parties.
During which the Republican senator opens up about yesterday’s toss that “went slightly amiss.”
Somehow, this is not a satirical story. Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) allowed her office to be used for bipartisan negotiations over a bill to end the government shutdown. She decided to have the senators use a "talking stick" to make it clear whose turn it was to speak. Show More Summary
It's a simple idea: If you're the one holding the stick, you're the only one allowed to talk.
When Sen. Susan Collins hosted budget talks at her office she required a talking stick be used, according to CNN. Only the Senator holding the talking stick was allowed to speak. At one point, when one Senator began speaking out of turn, the Senator with the stick forcefully delivered the stick toward their colleague. No one was hurt but a glass elephant on a shelf was chipped.
It’s like a scene from marriage counseling that is absolutely going to end in divorce. Sen. Susan Collins (R – Maine) was forced to make Democrat and Republican senators use a talking stick during debates in her office over the short term continuing resolution that passed Monday. Show More Summary
Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) on Monday was “rendered speechless” by Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) claim that he has “consistently opposed shutdowns,” CNN reports. “Look, we shouldn’t be shutting the government down. I have consistently opposed shutdowns. In 2013, I said we shouldn’t be...
On Monday, Sen. Susan Collins’ (R-ME) plan to have colleagues use a designated “talking stick” to ensure they take turns speaking while trying to broker a shutdown deal backfired when one of the senators broke a glass elephant heirloom with the stick. After Sen. Lamar Alexander...
The Senate voted 81-18 on Monday to reopen the government. Mitch McConnell caved to Democrats and RINOS and agreed to open up negotiations on illegal immigration. Only Rand Paul and Mike Lee voted against the measure. RINO Senator Susan Collins CHEERED the vote today. Show More Summary
Just when you think it can't get worse, it does The post Lord, Help Us. Bob Corker, Lindsey Graham and Susan Collins Team Up With Democrats For a Shutdown Solution appeared first on RedState.
Maine's Republican senator says the federal government shutdown is threatening to leave hundreds of workers furloughed and prevent low-income families from accessing health care programs. Sen. Susan Collins says she … Click to Continue »
Senate Democrats are getting serious about overruling the FCC's recent decision to kill net neutrality protections. Republican Senator Susan Collins has joined 49 Democrats in the endorsement of a legislative measure that would reverse the FCC's ruling. Only one more vote is necessary for the measure to pass the Senate. More »