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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Speaker Boehner and House GOP Leaders might not be ready for comprehensive immigration reform – but the American people are. According to a recent national poll: 71 percent of Americans support immigration reform. This number is mirrored in Speaker Boehner’s … Continue reading

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The Current Individual Market Is Broken  Starting in 2014, Affordable Care Act Adds New Consumer Protections & Market Reforms to Individual Market; By Contrast, GOP Repeal of ACA Leaves Individual Market Broken On January 1, 2014, under the Affordable Care … Continue reading

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There is broad bipartisan support for immigration reform across the country and here in Congress. The time is now. “71 percent of voters surveyed nationwide said they would back an immigration bill that contains the following provisions: border security, an … Continue reading

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The front page, four-letter headline of POLITICO this morning says it all: “Done.” From the story: Both privately and publicly, top D.C. leaders are voicing skepticism about anything happening this year. In a recent meeting with his Republican leadership colleagues, … Continue reading

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Today, the Senate is expected to vote to end debate and bring the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) to the floor setting up a vote on final passage later this week.  The bill appears likely to get at least the 60 … Continue reading

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