Monday Jun 30
Is Postal Reform Becoming One Big Cluster...Box?
First, Rep. Darrell Issa , frequent critic of the Obama Administration, sent a letter to ranking minority member Rep. Elijah Cummings urging him and his fellow Democrats to join Republican members in a bipartisan revision of his postal reform bill that would implement provisions from the President's 2015 budget.
Behind the CBC vs. DCCC Fight
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Steve Israel has just over four months left to bring the House back under Democratic control.
HOH: Teen Capitalists Demand Congressional Attention, Supply Dessert
Junior Achievement USA's latest crop of budding entrepreneurs are looking to bend pols' ears with prospective start-up plans on Tuesday.
The Miami Herald
EPA carbon proposals draw bipartisan opposition in Midwest
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency used the terms "moral obligation" or "moral duty" multiple times Monday to describe proposals by the Obama administration that would reduce carbon emission at power plants by 30 percent by 2030.
How The Congressional Black Caucus Went To War With Itself Over Wall Street
The Milwaukee Democrat, a single mom who once survived on welfare, has sponsored efforts to boost public housing, reproductive freedom, food-stamp benefits, Social Security payments, environmental protection, veterans benefits and the minimum wage.