The proposal to expand eligibility for eligibility for “unlawful presence” waivers is drawing...
Lawmakers in states where marijuana is legal have been pushing for changes.
Three House Democrats want to change the way sex education is taught in schools.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) called the measure a "no-brainer."
The amendment would provide flexibility on whole-grain products and sodium levels.
Changes will allow homebound seniors to use benefits for grocery deliveries.
That’s according to a 2004 report from the Congressional Budget Office.
”E-cigarettes is not really smoking,” Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.) said.
The rules are intended to help diversify wealthier neighborhoods.
The administration scaled back changes to the requirements for being recognized as a tribe.
House appropriators advanced the $153 billion bill after a nearly seven-hour markup.
Julián Castro defends push for affordable housing in affluent neighborhoods.
Lawmakers say inspoectors general should have access to all documents when investingating agencies.
Democrats say the measure "tries to dismantle Wall Street reforms."
Of the 12 annual spending bills, this is the 11th advanced by the Appropriations Committee.
Genetically engineered salmon would currently go unmarked.
It contains $20.5 billion in discretionary funding, $1.1 billion below Obama’s request.
Lawmakers said parents should not have to play "toy box roulette."
The bill would delay the FDA’s new menu labeling regulation.
The amendment would have defunded inspections of horse slaughter facilities.
The Education Department will penalize schools that don't prepare students to find jobs.
President Obama announced the proposal Tuesday.
Rep. Todd Rokita said he had "god-awful" mashed potatoes at a school in his district.
The move is part of a continued effort to protect LGBT people from discrimination.