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In this Jan. 6, 2014 file photo, Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., joined by attorneys Paul D. Clement, far left, and Rick Esenberg, second from left, announces that he has filed a lawsuit to block the federal government from helping to pay for health care coverage for members of Congress and their staffs during a news conference on Capitol Hill in ... (more)
Let's start by stipulating that candidates can't always control either who supports them or how wacky their supporters might be.
The two conflicting rulings issued this week by separate courts about Obamacare subsidies "strike to the heart of the problem of Obamacare," Sen. Ron Johnson tells Newsmax TV , saying President Barack Obama's signature piece of legislation is "so sloppily written."
It was back to the heartland for La Jolla-based Qualcomm last month - back, at least, to the Heartland Values political action committee "created to help ensure that the common sense, conservative values that served as the foundation of John Thune's election to the U.S. Senate are protected and amplified by public servants around the country."
ObamaCare's premium subsidies were put at risk Tuesday as two appeals courts delivered conflicting rulings about whether they are legal in 36 states.
JUDGE TOSSES OUT SEN. JOHNSON'S ACA SUIT - Judge William C. Griesbach said Monday that Sen. Ron Johnson can't challenge the Obamacare policy that lawmakers and their staff obtain health insurance through the exchanges.
A federal judge has thrown out a challenge to rules changing the way lawmakers and their staffers purchase health insurance.
Last night, Jon Stewart ripped into how the GOP is attacking Obama for his response to Russia over the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 by invoking a mythical version of Ronald Reagan .
Pro-Russian rebels turned over black box recorders from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and released a train filled with hundreds of bodies collected from the crash site near Donetsk.
The medical examiner's office says it's still trying to determine what caused the death of a New York City man who appeared to be held in a chokehold as police attempted to arrest him.
A federal judge on Monday dismissed a U.S. senator's lawsuit challenging a requirement that congressional members and their staffs to obtain government-subsidized health insurance through small business exchanges, saying the senator had no grounds to sue.
A family will soon bury their dog after it was attacked by another dog at a Town of Menasha park.
Later this week, commercial harvesters will begin harvesting cherries in Door County, where hail devastated some orchards last week.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 11:27 pm
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