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This Week in Congress

The U.S. House has adjourned for the August recess. The House will resume committee work on August 31 but is not scheduled to resume voting until September 20. However, the House will likely come back before that if the Senate passes the [...]

Defund the Snoop State

The House of Representatives will soon consider the Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill (HR 4505). Republicans Thomas Massie (KY-04) and Warren Davidson (OH-08) are joining Democrats Zoe Lofgren (CA-19) and [...]

This week in Congress

On Wednesday, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) plans to hold a cloture vote on the “compromise” infrastructure spending bill in the U.S. Senate. The bill is projected to authorize at least $1.2 trillion on infrastructure funding. This is [...]

This Week in Congress

The U.S. Senate is out of session until July 12. The House is in session this week, and then will be on recess for a week. After that, they will only be holding hearings until July 17. The main event in the House this week is H.R. 3684, the [...]

This week in Congress

The big event in the U.S. Senate this week is the Senate Judiciary Committee vote on the nomination of former Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) agent and gun control lobbyist David Chipman to head the ATF. The vote is scheduled for [...]

VOTE TO DEFUND THE SNOOPS TODAY!

The Massie-Lofgren-Davidson-Jayapal amendment to the Commerce, Justice, Science Appropriations bill (H.R. 4505) will likely be voted on today! This amendment prohibits the use of taxpayer dollars to conduct surveillance activities under [...]

Infrastructure Update

On Wednesday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) brought the “bipartisan,” un-written infrastructure bill to the Senate floor on a cloture motion, which required 60 votes to open debate. It failed by a vote of 51-49. Every [...]

Update on S. 1

Two weeks ago, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer failed to get the 60 votes necessary to end the filibuster of S. 2093, the ever so slightly revised “Corrupt Politicians Act,” previously numbered S. 1. Every Republican voted to filibuster, [...]

This Week in Congress

The U.S. Senate is set to vote on cloture on S. 2093, the not-so-new and definitely not improved version of S. 1. Hopefully, Republicans will stand firm against this bill and filibuster it.  However, even if the bill does not get cloture, you [...]

This week in Congress: wrap-up

The big events of the week both took place off of the floor. First, on Tuesday, the Senate Rules Committee held a markup of S. 1, the Senate companion to H.R. 1, the Legalized Election Theft bill. This act codifies many of the most [...]