Congress comes to Tucson for border commerce hearing
Take a look at Interstate 19, a road that carries billions of dollars in goods, services and tourism from Mexico to Tucson.
Rep. Schweikert: Hearings Confirm Regulations Harming Community Lenders
Washington D.C. , December 5, 2013 .-- Hearings on lagging post-recession recovery rates in the small business lending market confirm new rules are hurting community lenders and stalling job growth in small businesses , Rep. David Schweikert said Thursday.
Can Obama Raise the Minimum Wage?
Progressives are starting to worry that President Obama may be more talk than walk when it comes to raising the minimum wage.
Schweikert Subcommittee Finds The Regulatory Burden on Small...
House Committee on Small Business December 3, 2013 Contact: DJ Jordan, Joel Hannahs PERMALINK 202.225.5821 Subcommittee Finds The Regulatory Burden on Small Financial Institutions Is Limiting Choice for Consumers and Small Businesses Number of Banks At Lowest Level Since The Great Depression WASHINGTON, DC - The House Small Business Subcommittee on ... (more)
HOH: Radel Press Crew Jumps Into Kurt Bardella's Waiting Arms
As if the cocaine-busted Rep. Trey Radel needed another problem , he now has an empty press shop to deal with.
Obamacare enrollment underwhelming in Arizona
President Barack Obama announced steps Thursday aimed at letting people keep their health insurance coverage, which some people have lost because of changes under the health care reform act.
Knife Right's 'Knife Owners Protection Act' Introduced in...
Knife Rights' Knife Owners' Protection Act, H.R.3478 , was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives today by sponsor Rep. Matt Salmon .
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House Republicans Try To Kill Obamacare In Court
Pacific Legal Foundation's legal challenge to Obamacare received important backing in the form of an amicus brief filed by Congressman Trent Franks, R-Arizona, Chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, joined by several dozen other members of the House.
Arizona delegation asks Park Service for Grand Canyon 'refund'
Arizona's two U.S. senators and seven members of its U.S. House delegation asked the National Park Service to reimburse state and private dollars used to re-open the Grand Canyon during the partial shutdown of the federal government last month.
House Conservatives File a Brief Challenging Legality of O-Care
Pacific Legal Foundation is in the D.C. Court of Appeals fighting to put an end to Obamacare in a case titled Sissel v.