- The Kansas City StarJun 30 02:20 PM
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- Jefferson City News TribuneJun 19 02:09 AM
Even as Congress continues debating federal defense spending, U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt also is looking forward to the debates about environmental issues.
- The Kansas City StarJun 30 01:37 PM
The second-quarter fund-raising deadline hits at midnight Tuesday and campaigns are eager to show that they’ve raised big dollars … Click to Continue »
- Jefferson City News TribuneJun 25 03:12 AM
Congress still is working on plans to continue funding for the nation’s transportation system, including roads and bridges, U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt told reporters Wednesday.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJun 23 01:59 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans Tuesday proposed cuts to community health centers, national service, and grants to help children from low- and moderate-income families attend preschool as they unveiled the largest domestic appropriations bill, a $153 billion measure that's sure to attract a veto threat from President Barack Obama.
- Automotive FleetJun 03 02:02 PM
The proposed law would permit states to use existing federal surface transportation funding sources to invest in vehicle-to-infrastructure projects.
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJun 18 01:52 PM
By Patricia Zengerle and Alex Wilts WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats blocked the fiscal 2016 defense spending bill in the U.S. Senate on Thursday, part of a campaign to force Republicans to start budget negotiations by refusing to allow any appropriations measure to advance to a final vote. The 50-45 vote failed to achieve the 60 majority needed to advance to final passage, as every Democrat ...
- The Atlantic via Yahoo! NewsJun 17 04:04 AM
The Senate approved an amendment Tuesday that would make it harder for future presidents to torture prisoners like the CIA did during the Bush Administration. All 44 Democrats in the Senate voted for it. Among Republicans, the amendment still won a majority, 32 to 21 with one not voting: Florida Senator Marco Rubio, who is vying to win the GOP presidential nomination.
- Senior JournalJun 29 11:40 AM
June 29, 2015 - The TV box was over flowing with news last week and generally pushed out of the headlines a very big story for senior citizens – record shattering funding for Alzheimer’s disease research was sailing through Congressional committees.
- The Kansas City StarJun 25 07:52 AM
Here’s what we have so far. More as they come in, and a Twitter feed below: … Click to Continue »
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