Three dozen House Republicans on Thursday proposed a bill that would create a special inspector general to monitor the implementation of ObamaCare.
House Republicans are cooking up a bill they hope will be a tough vote for Democrats.
A House Republican said Wednesday that she'll soon propose legislation to study how commercial advertising creates body image expectations that lead to eating disorders.
Administration seeks to veto House GOP bill that would eliminate individual mandate penalty.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY.) called on the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to overturn a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decision to allow a powerful painkiller to enter the market in a form that can be abused.
“It is baffling that at the same time policy makers and law enforcement officials are waging a war on the growing prescription drug crisis, we are essentially rolling out the welcome mat to a new, more powerful, and easily abused super-drug,” Schumer said Monday.
Leaders are bringing up legislation to eliminate the 2014 penalty for not having insurance.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) called for the cancellation of an Esquire show “Friday Night Tykes.”
He said the show encourages “violent competitiveness” among child football players in Texas.
Rand Paul's legislation would apply to all laws a president tries to not enforce as written.
Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) countered Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's (D-Nev.) remarks that all of the ObamaCare “horror stories” are lies, saying, “they are not all untrue.”
Blunt was responding to remarks Reid made on the Senate floor Wednesday. Reid said the “horror stories” told in anti-ObamaCare ads are “all lies.”
“I guess if you make that much money, you can make these immoral decisions,” Reid said.