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Latest Kevin Brady Items
Congressional Republicans are fighting efforts by the Obama administration to rein in the political activities of tax-exempt groups.
Less than one-third of uninsured young Americans say they are likely to sign up for health insurance in the Obamacare exchanges, according to a Harvard University Institute of Polling survey Wednesday that signals President Obama's sales pitch to a key group of his supporters is falling short.
The federal Obamacare website has been blasted for technical problems, but Republicans say an even bigger problem may be lurking inside the computer system — weak protections of private information.
The House approved a bill Thursday that requires those seeking subsidies through the new health care law to prove their income.
The White House and its liberal allies in the news media have launched an all-out campaign to peddle Obamacare to an understandably doubting public.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told skeptical House Republicans on Friday that President Obama's health care law will roll out on time and improve health outcomes, despite limited resources and fears about the overhaul's impact on small businesses.
Congress is ushering in the new and the old — dozens of eager freshmen determined to change Washington and the harsh reality of another stretch of bitterly divided government.
President Obama can never quite pull off the impression of being bipartisan and cooperative. When he tossed out possible corporate tax reform ideas to appear business friendly, Republican leaders weren't impressed.
Slumping job growth has alarmed some economists who fear the U.S. economy is in trouble.