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"… p;involved in the case. “How we respond to that, whether Republicans in Congress see that as a red line, is going to answer the question of whether the pre …"

"… m very worried about and that Americans ought to be worried about and that Congress ought to be worried about,” he said. In late January, CREW filed a laws …"

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"… Trump’s policies. That’s why farmers’ groups have for years pushed Congress, unsuccessfully, to make it possible for them to legally employ immigrants …"

"… ll future shortages as workers age out of the industry. But Republicans in Congress have increasingly hardened a line against earned legalization. Some GOP la …"

"… cuments, which businesses aren’t legally required to authenticate. Since Congress approved the last big immigration reform in 1986, employers have only been …"

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"… ised and spent. For example, in July, the commission ruled that members of Congress, still reeling from the shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-L …"

"… swamp” mantra and anti-voter fraud zeal, has all but ignored the FEC — Congress’s post-Watergate answer to campaign shenanigans and election corruption. …"

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"… in either the U.S. House or Senate. Related article: “Statehouses, not Congress, hosting biggest political money fights” Election reform-minded Democra …"

"… ce reform used to be something both Republicans and Democrats got behind. Congress passed the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, which mandated reporting …"

"… ored it 48-6. A decade later, disclosure loopholes were again back before Congress following the Citizens United decision. But this time, every Republican se …"

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"… d hundreds of thousands of dollars from him.  When Pittenger ran for Congress and won in 2012, he still owed Moretz between $250,001 and $500,000.  …"

"… alues are reported in broad ranges.) Pittenger isn’t the only member of Congress with such generous friends. A review of mandatory personal financial disc …"

"… Some of the members in question borrowed the money before being elected to Congress, effectively indebting them to wealthy benefactors during their initial da …"

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"… l of this became immaterial in March, when President Donald Trump affirmed Congress’ vote to dismantle the rule under the Congressional Review Act. "When I …"

"… ent Donald Trump affirmed Congress’ vote to dismantle the rule under the Congressional Review Act. "When I met with manufacturers earlier this year — and …"

"… illion to boost wage-and-hour enforcement for the current fiscal year, but Congress failed to appropriate the money. This year, the House Appropriations Comm …"

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"… he dangers of industrial contamination became a national concern. In 1980, Congress passed the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liabili …"

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"… mental experts discovered that lead leached from pipes transporting water, Congress banned the use of lead pipes in a a 1986 amendment  to the Safe Drink …"

"… ipes in a a 1986 amendment  to the Safe Drinking Water Act. However, Congress did not require schools to replace lead pipes, which means lots of school …"

"… because the amendment still allowed pipes to contain small traces of lead. Congress had defined “lead-free” as no more than 8 percent lead in pipes, but i …"

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"… on went over the limits. The total includes contributions to new accounts Congress created for the parties in December 2014, after the McCutcheon v. FEC deci …"

"… o Election Day, and those critical states then use the money locally. When Congress passed McCain’s 2002 law, it was responding to public backlash after a s …"

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"… rom $12.1 billion six years ago and about $11.2 billion last fiscal year. (Congress has indicated it probably won’t cut IRS funding as deeply as Trump would …"

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"… e of the need to adapt federal privacy law to reflect new technologies.” Congress did, however, roll back privacy protections in March by allowing Internet …"

"… nt Oversight Committee in March, Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, who left Congress in June, warned facial recognition “can be used in a way that chills fre …"

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"… ion to undo the CFPB arbitration rule. Since Rothfus was first elected to Congress in 2009, he has received more than $971,000 from financial institutions …"

"… g to CRP data. To kill the CFPB rule, the House relied on the rarely-used Congressional Review Act (CRA), which allows Congress to undo recently finalized re …"

"… use relied on the rarely-used Congressional Review Act (CRA), which allows Congress to undo recently finalized regulations by a simple majority vote. The CRA …"

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"… eate's role, both Eisen and Clark say they hope other federal agencies and Congress will investigate the situation. "The Justice Department should look at th …"

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"… tantiated,” according to written testimony. The GAO, the watchdog arm of Congress, has previously criticized CMS for its failure to ferret out overcharges i …"

"… rs result mostly from flaws in a billing formula called a risk score. Congress expected risk scores would pay higher amounts for sicker patients and less …"

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"… after an oil embargo by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Congress created the agency and placed it within, yet independent of, the new U.S. …"

"… suit is on appeal after a federal court dismissed it in March, noting that Congress ultimately sets FERC’s budget. This is the agency’s approval process: …"

"… d Office of Public Participation at FERC. That never happened. Members of Congress couldn’t agree on funding for the office that year. The Center and State …"

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"… ing with President-Elect Trump since Rep. Rohrabacher has been a leader in Congress opposing radical Islam.” Abramoff then drafted a letter for Rohrabacher …"

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"… on lobbying is public information. Comcast spent $14.3 million on lobbying Congress and federal agencies in 2016, the 12th largest among all corporations that …"

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"… ent on softwood lumber imports. The president then sent shockwaves through Congress with a signal that he was poised to withdraw from the tariff-lowering Nort …"

"… tical of Trump's pitches for strengthening manufacturing and worried about Congress' proposed trade policies, too. Sultan strongly believes the United States …"

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"… te of lawmakers who want to soften the act. In his third appearance before Congress since October 2015, Sadredin complained at a House hearing this spring abo …"

"… . In Washington, newly emboldened Republicans and at least one Democrat in Congress are seeking to stretch compliance deadlines under the Clean Air Act, calli …"

"… . The document said a redo of the Clean Air Act wouldn’t be necessary if Congress could find some other way to inoculate California’s hazy midsection from …"

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"… ked for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign helping it communicate with Congress. Also involved is Jason Epstein, a longtime lobbyist who has represented …"

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"… pril, it created a $3 million ad campaign to support Republican members of Congress who backed a health care proposal. Great America Alliance and Great Ameri …"

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"… During his first 100 days in office, Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress have moved to ease or remove restrictions on coal, oil and gas companies. …"

"… uguration and spent an additional $410,000 on lobbying. Citgo lobbied both Congress and several federal government agencies on “sanctions related issues” …"

"… the year’s first quarter. The second quarter is looking just as busy. Congress is moving toward a debate on tax reform that could put some of the industr …"

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"… run by a scientist whom the Mercers have also supported as a candidate for Congress) to the Stony Brook Foundation (Robert Mercer and his wife live on Long Is …"

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"… heir income on the tax. In Washington, D.C., the Trump administration and Congressional Republicans have been considering a similar approach — lower federa …"

"… lude a border tax, but such a levy continues to be a key provision of what Congressional GOP members are pushing. The effects on lower-income families are al …"

"… arenthood. Trump, GOP — State Redux Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress are readying separate tax reforms, but both plans mirror much of what Laff …"

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