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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Jim Mcgovern
The House is set to vote on a bill Friday that would let Americans hold health plans in the coming year that do not comply with Obamacare, a key test for Democrats torn between angry constituents who are losing their plans and their own party's remedies — including President Obama's new "fix" that lets existing customers renew their barebones plans.
The Republican-dominated House approved a bill Thursday that would undercut the government's labor dispute with Boeing Co., wading into a case that has angered business groups and become a major political issue in the GOP presidential primary.
The Republican-controlled House on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a $690 billion defense bill that limits President Obama's authority on reducing nuclear weapons and deciding the fate of terrorist suspects.
The Republican-controlled House on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a $690 billion defense bill that would limit President Obama's authority on reducing nuclear weapons and deciding the fate of terrorist suspects.
First lady Michelle Obama's campaign for healthier school lunches has stalled in Congress after anti-hunger groups and more than 100 Democrats protested the use of food stamp dollars to pay for it.
China is partially to blame for North Korea's human rights violations because of its policy of sending North Korean refugees back to the isolated communist dictatorship, members of a congressional panel said Thursday.
"With this bill, we are waist deep in manure instead of neck deep in manure. Hooray, I guess," Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., said.