New Tax Plan Makes It Easier to 'Ed-exit'

This week the House of Representatives will vote on a package of bills making the temporary tax cuts contained in last year’s tax reform bill permanent and making additional tax law changes. The bills will likely pass in the House, but will [...]

This Week in Congress: Taxes

Last Thursday, the House Ways and Means Committee passed Tax Reform 2.0. The package consisted of three bills (H.R. 6760, H.R. 6757, and H.R. 6756). All three of them are likely to be voted on next week before Congress adjourns to go home and [...]

This Week in Congress

The House is in recess this week before coming back for one last week and then adjourning to campaign. The Senate is in session. Yesterday, the Senate passed S. 2554, which bans “gag clauses.” These are contracts between insurance [...]

This Week in Congress Update: No Government Shutdown

DRAT! Yesterday, the House and Senate passed H.R. 5895, the Energy and Water, Legislative Branch and Military Construction Appropriations bill. The House passed the bill by a vote of 377-20 and the Senate passed it by a vote of 92-5. The [...]

Business Leaders: Join Free-Market Groups to Stop Mark Pearce

As highlighted here, President Trump— as part of a deal on nominations recently struck with Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer (NY)— recently renominated anti-business, pro-union boss bureaucrat, Mark Pearce, to the National Labor [...]

Norman Singleton on Building a Coalition

Campaign for Liberty President Norman Singleton recently participated in a panel discussion on “Building a Broad Coalition” at the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity Conference on Media and War. Singleton spoke alongside his fellow [...]

Will Congress Free Our Trucks?

One of the outstanding issues yet to be settled between the House and Senate Appropriations bills is whether the final Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development (THUD) Appropriations will include a much-needed provision to allow Twin 33’s. [...]

Republicans’ Responsibility for Socialism’s Comeback

According to a recent Reuters/Ipsos survey, 70 percent of Americans, including about 50 percent of Republicans, support Medicare for all, the latest incarnation of single-payer health care. Republican support for a health plan labeled “Medicare [...]

Campaign for Liberty Supports Adding USA Workforce to Tax Reform 2.0

Today, the House Ways and Means Committee will markup tax reform 2.0. This bill builds on last year’s tax reform bill with a number of positive tax changes, including expanding permissible uses for “529 savings accounts” to allow the money [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate continues to work on nominations. The House is only in on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday because Monday was Rosh Hashanah and Tuesday is the 17th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. What’s most interesting about this [...]