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A high-profile Kentucky business official is weighing a primary challenge to freshman tea party Rep. Tom Massie, raising the prospect of one more 2014 congressional primary pitting a business-backed challenger against an activist member of the GOP-held House.
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Paul, the former presidential candidate who ignited a libertarian movement within the GOP, sent out a fundraising email to supporters titled: 'Justin Amash is in trouble!' Paul urged his nationwide list of donors to join a fundraising surge known as a money bomb because Amash is at risk from a primary challenge by Brian Ellis, owner of an ... (more)
The meeting was held at Springfield City Hall to discuss matters currently on the Congressional agenda with the public.
To the citizens of Battle Creek: I am writing to you with respect to the representative for your district, Mr. Justin Amash.
Popular Congressman Justin Amash, R-Mich., is fighting back against his primary challenger Brian Ellis with a Star Wars-themed campaign event titled 'The Establishment Strikes Back: Join the Rebel Alliance.'
A breakthrough budget deal that avoids a government shutdown in January and blunts automatic spending cuts easily won passage in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday, laying the groundwork for two years free of funding crises.
Senior figures behind efforts to curtail the powers of American spy agencies have seized on the decision by the world's largest tech companies to call for radical surveillance reform, saying the unexpected intervention is a potential 'game-changer'.
An even split of Democratic and Republican legislators back a bill supported by Rep. Justin Amash, aiming to end the country's domestic surveillance programs.
John Boehner ended a turbulent legislative year rated the least productive in history by doing something that may have surprised both his supporters and his detractors: He showed some spine.
House Speaker John Boehner , R-OH, walks to the House Chamber to vote on the recently announced bipartisan budget agreement on Thursday - The U.S. House overwhelming approved a two-year budget deal Thursday that neither Republicans nor Democrats liked, but agreed compromise was better than continued brinksmanship.
The House voted by an overwhelming margin Thursday night to pass a two-year budget agreement, the first time in years of strident fiscal fights that a spending plan passed with a majority of votes from both parties.
Rep. John Conyers has served long enough that he can point with pride to an endorsement from Martin Luther King Jr. But he's not done yet.