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"The White House is taking no chances" of leaving the National Labor Relations Board deadlocked with two Republicans and two Democrats, nominating Democrat Sharon Block to serve on it, according to Michael Lotito, an attorney with Littler in San Francisco.
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The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee will launch a half-million-dollar television-ad campaign in Iowa on Tuesday against GOP nominee Joni Ernst, hitting her on entitlements.
Recently, there have been a number of bills issued and proposals made as the U.S. Congress begins the process of reauthorizing of the Higher Education Act .
Reading this Politico item on Obama's botched handling of immigration policy, one would think Democrats are all for embracing scores of illegal immigrant children now in the U.S. for an indeterminate period of time.
The Republican Party's chances of retaking control of the Senate appear brighter after the Cook Political Report moved the race to succeed retiring Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin into the "toss up" category.
Cedar Rapids Public Works director Dave Elgin talks with Senator Tom Harkin about McGrath Amphitheatre along the Cedar River in Cedar Rapids on Friday, July 18, 2014.
Republicans have seized on the ballooning number of unaccompanied children crossing into Texas as proof of Obama's failed immigration policies.
Conservative billionaire Charles Koch and his family have maxed out to Iowa state Senate candidate Joni Ernst , a sign of the Koch brothers' particular interest in helping her campaign.
Senator Tom Harkin talks with Nancy Hall, environmental microbiology manager of the State Hygienic Laboratory at the University of Iowa, as he tours the facility Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 in Coralville.
Two U.S. Senators have proposed a bill that would fines or imprison car company executives who deliberately hide safety problems or recalls.
Corporate executives who knowingly conceal defective products that harm consumers would be criminally liable and face prison time under legislation proposed by U.S. Sen. Bob Casey of Scranton.
Republicans need a net gain of six Senate seats to win control of that chamber, a goal analysts see as within reach.
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