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Groundbreaking Planned For Kansas Biodefense Lab
Officials planning to attend the May 28 ceremony include Gov. Sam Brownback, U.S. Sens.
Thu May 23, 2013
The Daily Caller
Despite momentum, GOP leadership still against special Benghazi committee
While momentum has been building inside the House Republican conference for a special congressional committee to investigate last year's terrorist attacks in Benghazi, the GOP leadership is making it clear they still have no enthusiasm for establishing such a committee.
Great Bend Tribune
Huelskamp (R-Kansas) receives favorable review
Congressman Tim Huelskamp reported the poll results from the monthly telephone town hall his office conducted Tuesday for constituents.
Pompeo introduces small-planes bill
Lawmakers and industry groups are working to reverse a downward trend in one of the few manufacturing segments that the United States still dominates: general aviation.
Tim Huelskamp demands answers on Benghazi that have already been given
During an interview with conservative talk show host Steve Deace last night, Rep.
Wed May 22, 2013
Congressman Huelskamp discusses Kansas beef with Japanese ambassador
Congressman Tim Huelskamp, R-KS, was Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae's guest at the residence of the ambassador of Japan.
The Heritage Foundation
Conversations with Conservatives on IRS, Debt Limit, Immigration
Have a question about the debt ceiling, Benghazi, or the IRS? Get the inside scoop from the champions of conservatism in the House of Representatives.
Sun May 19, 2013
Despite talk, no effort in Congress to change ObamaCare's employer mandate
The law's critics spend a lot of time talking about its potential effects on employers, and small businesses in particular.
Thu May 16, 2013
'Informed' Obama plays tough guy, IRS commissioner first to fall
Wednesday evening, President Obama announced the resignation of acting IRS Commissioner Steven Miller in response to the agency admitting it was targeting conservative groups.
Bills Without Prayer Fill U.S. House Republican Agenda
As the U.S. Senate works to rewrite immigration policy, the House of Representatives is spending floor time on legislation that won't become law, with its 37th vote set for today on repealing the 2010 Affordable Care Act.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Wichita Eagle
The abusive actions by the IRS probably have killed any further efforts on gun control, and with good reason.
Mon May 13, 2013
Congress vows swift probe of flap
Bipartisan calls for action echoed through Congress on Monday in response to an admission Friday by an Internal Revenue Service official that conservative groups had been targeted for additional scrutiny.
Wed May 08, 2013
U.S. House set to pass tactical Republican debt bill
U.S. House Republicans are expected to pass a bill on Thursday that would require the Obama administration to prioritize government debt payments and retirement benefits if Congress fails to reach a deal to raise the U.S. debt ceiling.
Overnight Health: House to vote again on ObamaCare repeal
The House will vote yet again next week to repeal the Affordable Care Act, as GOP leaders try to help their freshmen stake out a firmly anti-ObamaCare voting record.
The New York Times
The Caucus: Food Stamp Program Faces Deeper Cuts Under House Farm Bill
A new farm bill being crafted by the House Agriculture Committee includes deeper cuts to the food stamp program than those included in last year's version of the bill, setting up a potential fight with House and Senate Democrats who oppose additional cuts to the program.
Tue May 07, 2013
The Miami Herald
Report examines delays in building vet hospitals
Government auditors told a House panel Tuesday that efforts to build four veterans medical centers are taking on average about three years longer to complete than estimated and costing an additional $366 million per project.
Mon May 06, 2013
The Wichita Eagle
Roberts, House members fighting Common Core standards
The professionals at the Kansas State Department of Education have invested significant time and money in helping develop the Common Core standards, a multistate effort to align standards and progress measures on English and math.
Sun May 05, 2013
The Garden City Telegram
Syracuse graduate eyes campaign against Huelskamp
Wichita State University political science major Bryan Robert Whitney is seeking the Democratic nomination in the 2014 race for the 1st District, against U.S. Rep.
The Columbus Dispatch
Mr. Right: Urbana's Rep. Jim Jordan
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Urbana, makes his way back to his office after a press conference in the Rayburn House Office Building.