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19 hrs ago | Boating Industry
Legislation passed on Tuesday, July 29, 2014 by the U.S. House of Representatives will bring a rare benefit to improve insurance coverage at lower cost to companies and their workers in the recreational boating industry.
Congress faces increasing pressure and a tight deadline to act on legislation considered "must pass," but partisan divisions and election year politics could send lawmakers home empty-handed.
July 18th, 2014 Russian President Vladimir Putin is denying media reports that he will reopen a Soviet-era base in Cuba used to spy on the United States.
The U.S. House passed a bill from a Florida congressman cutting the Internal Revenue Service's budget, hoping it will restrain that agency from further targeting of political groups, even as the White House issued a veto threat.
Republicans have a commanding position in the U.S. House. Democrats, meanwhile, hold but a shaky lead in the Senate and are burdened by a Democratic president with weak approval ratings and the historic fact that the president's party usually does poorly in midterm elections.
U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a South Florida Democrat and chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, talks up her party's chances during a roundtable hosted by journalist Bill Schneider.
As record numbers of child migrants from Central America arrive at the U.S.-Mexico border, journalist Todd Miller says the crisis should be a treated as a refugee issue, not a security issue If you are an American from Latino descent, you probably have more unique insight and empathy for the illegal immigration problem and refugee problem evident ... (more)
Florida State University's Student Government Association is continuing its legislative success during Florida's 2014 session.
The House wrapped up Wednesday, one day closer to the August recess and still with no clear indication of when Republicans will unveil their response to President Barack Obama's emergency funding request for $3.7 billion for the Texas border crisis .
An organization representing home builders this week praised Congressional efforts to develop an immigration policy that would help provide workers developers need in construction.
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Anti- and pro-immigration activists face off during a protest in anticipation of buses carrying immigrants who are to be housed at a facility in Oracle, Ariz.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 01:27 pm
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