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The Ohio Liberty Coalition and 16 other tea party groups could file a civil suit against the Internal Revenue Service as soon as next week, according to an attorney representing 27 tea party organizations from around the nation.
Former Romney-campaign strategist Stuart Stevens predicts that Hillary Clinton will lose the Democratic presidential primary in 2016, arguing that the former secretary of state has significant political vulnerabilities.
A federal tax on medical devices went into effect at the beginning of the year. As part of President Obama's healthcare bill signed into law four years ago, a 2.3 percent tax will be assessed on companies that produce anything from wheelchairs to pacemakers.
Like a lot of Americans, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said a law banning workplace discrimination against LGBT people would impact his family personally.
Senator Rob Portman of Ohio, a former Cabinet official, says President Obama should come clean on his administration's "incompetence." "An apology isn't what people are looking for," he says.
May 15-- U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., today joined his colleagues on the Senate Finance Committee in sending a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius demanding details of a fundraising scheme in which she has solicited funds from the health care companies she regulates to help launch Obamacare.
It has been more than three years since the Liberty Township Tea Party in southwest Ohio first sought tax-exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service.
This March 3, 2013, file photo shows handguns displayed in Sandy, Utah. Ohio Democrats on Wednesday, May 15, 2013, proposed new legislation that would temporarily strip guns from those who have been served protection orders.
The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on May 8 approved S.761 by a voice vote.
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Log Cabin Republicans recently announced a relaunch of their organization, but it remains to be seen how much influence the predominately gay GOP group will have within the national Republican Party.
A member of the Toledo Tea Party tells WNWO that the group was frustrated in its efforts to obtain tax exempt status from the IRS last year.