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Seven Republican congressmen formally requested on Wednesday that the House and Senate Ethics Committees investigate Democrats’ handling of Christine Blasey Ford’s letter detailing sexual assault allegations.
The U.S. Trustee, overseer of the nation’s bankruptcy system, faces additional questions from a Republican member of the House Judiciary committee about the watchdog’s policing of disclosures made by McKinsey & Co., an adviser in chapter 11 cases.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s leadership of the Department of Justice is rife with problems.
Most recently is the report that he indicated that he would wear a wire to secretly record President Trump for the purpose of gathering evidence that would support a charge that the president is mentally unstable.
The Congressional Western Caucus recently introduced a series of bills to modernize the Endangered Species Act of 1973(ESA). One part of this package includes our bill, the LIST Act of 2018, which makes a number of improvements to bring the ESA into the 21st century.
Democrats and the radical left promised us, even before the announcement of President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, that they would do anything to prevent anyone he named from ever taking a seat on the Court.
Bruce Ohr, the Justice Department official whose longtime relationship with former British spy Christopher Steele has drawn intense scrutiny from Capitol Hill Republicans, is facing questions Tuesday about the timing of his contacts with Fusion GPS, the firm that worked with Steele to create and disseminate his so-called dossier about President Donald Trump’s relationship with Russia.
Arizona has a disproportionate percentage of congressional representatives who are members of what can be dubbed the intransigent caucus: Members who prefer inaction to the concessions and compromises necessary for governing.
A border lawmaker had drawn up a plan to pay for the wall in part by fining Mexico and other countries $2,000 for every illegal immigrant caught crossing into the United States.
Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) introduced a bill Tuesday that would help fund a wall along the U.S. southern border by penalizing countries whose citizens illegally enter the United States.
PHOENIX — An Arizona representative introduced legislation on Tuesday that would fund construction for a U.S.-Mexico border wall in part by cutting foreign aid from the countries of immigrants who illegally enter the country.