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Daily Archives: January 13, 2017

Will Rubio Vote for Tillerson?

It is difficult to know at this point whether Marco Rubio will vote in confirmation with Rex Tillerson’s appointment as Secretary of State, or not. The Hill reports: Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is back in the spotlight, with lawmakers in … Read More

Biden on Trump’s Late-Night Tweeting: ‘It’s Not Healthy’

Joe Biden believes that Donald Trump should avoid tweeting late for his own health. The Hill reports: VP Joe Biden on President-elect Donald Trump’s late night tweeting: “It’s not healthy.” #TheView pic.twitter.com/ypkGyYMMvu — ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) January 13, 2017 … Read More

Aviation Groups Sue Obama Admin Over Norwegian Air Decision

The Obama administration may not be able to allow Norwegian Air to offer low-cost flights to and from Europe, due to the fact that it may threaten the aviation industry in America. The Hill reports: Aviation groups are suing the … Read More

Trump’s Infrastructure Plan: What We Know

Although Donald Trump wants to build a wall, there are uncertainties about this and other infrastructural projects from across the public sector. The Hill reports: Congress and the incoming administration have been dropping hints about one of Donald Trump’s biggest … Read More

House to Take Critical Step Toward Repealing ObamaCare

If Donald Trump and the House get their way, they could have Obamacare repealed before a replacement plan is agreed upon. The Hill reports: The House will vote Friday on a budget resolution that would pave the way for ObamaCare’s … Read More

Planned Parenthood Seeks Survival in Trump Era

Now that the Republicans have gained control over all federal branches of government, the future of Planned Parenthood is uncertain. The Republicans could take measures to limit, defund, or discontinue the service. The Hill reports: Planned Parenthood is grappling with … Read More