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This Week in Congress Update

Yesterday, the cloture motion on S. 1, the bill imposing new sanctions on supporters of the Syrian government and authorizing state and local governments to refuse to do business with proponents of the “boycott, sanctions, and divestment” [...]

This Week in Congress

The 116th Congress convenes tomorrow. The main order of business will be electing a new House Speaker and passing the rules package for the new Congress. One good thing in the rules package is that it changes the “three-day” rule to 72 hours [...]

This Week in Congress

The House is in session Monday through Thursday before adjourning for the five-week August recess. Last week, only 15 Republicans voted against H.R. 6147, which funds the Department of Interior, the National Endowment on the Arts and the [...]

Ron Paul Instant Classic: E-Verify Threatens Us All

With the House getting ready to vote on immigration reform legislation that contains mandatory E-Verify, today is a good day to revisit Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s E-Verify Threatens Us All from February of this year. Read Dr. [...]

This Week in Congress

The big news of the week is the vote on ObamaCare repeal. Today the Senate will vote on the motion to proceed. If the motion passes, the Senate will vote on both legislation to repeal ObamaCare, and legislation to replace it with McConnellCare. [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate will consider some legislation that was introduced last week and “Rule 24” to enable it to come to the floor without having to go through Committee. The first bill the Senate plans to vote on is S. 1. The bill reauthorizes aid to [...]

Farm Bill Follies

Here is a detailed summary of the policies and politics of the Farm Bill that passed Congress last week. Details of the 800-page bill were kept under wraps until last Monday night. The reason might have been that, in the words of House [...]

This Week in Congress

Congress comes back from their Fourth of July “district work period” this week. The Senate will be considering nominations. The major piece of legislation on the House’s agenda is H.R. 6237, which authorizes intelligence activities of [...]

This Week in Congress: NDAA Update

Yesterday, the motion to move to final passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) passed the Senate by a vote of 81-15. This means that Senators Mike Lee (R-UT) and Rand Paul (R-KY) will not be able to offer their amendments [...]

Fiscal Groups Support Amendments to Cut New Pentagon Slush Fund

The following open letter to Congress was sent on July 25, 2017 to members of the House Rules Committee, calling for the elimination of the National Defense Restoration Fund, which is simply a slush fun for the Pentagon. Campaign for Liberty [...]