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  1. House conservatives emboldenedRead the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | The Hill

    A critical bloc of House conservatives has been invigorated by its victory over GOP leaders, who caved in a high-profile fight over a punished subcommittee chairman. The reinstatement of Rep. Mark Meadows is a small win for the months-old Freedom Caucus.

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  2. Jordan praises expiration of Export-Import Bank's charterRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Peak Of Ohio

    House Freedom Caucus Chairman Jim Jordan made the following comments today regarding the expiration of the Export-Import Bank's charter: "This is a great day for taxpayers around the country who are fed up with cronyism in Washington. The charter of the Export-Import Bank, the 'bridge to nowhere' of corporate welfare, expired at midnight.

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  3. Jeb made at least $29 million since leaving office - IRS lawyer...Read the original story

    20 hrs ago | Politico

    JEB BUSH MADE IT BIG WHEN HE LEFT OFFICE. Jeb Bush released 33 years of tax returns on Tuesday that show he made at least $29 million since leaving office in 2007.

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  4. Conservatives say outside group is an arm of House Speaker BoehnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    Conservatives say outside group is an arm of House Speaker Boehner Conservatives fume at House Speaker Boehner's ties to outside group Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1LVkq3G WASHINGTON-A tax-exempt group with ties to House Speaker John Boehner has spent nearly $4 million so far this year on ads seemingly designed to give House Republicans political cover for supporting the GOP leadership on tough votes-along with another $400,000 on spots blasting conservative lawmakers who gave Boehner heartburn on one major vote.

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  5. DC Bureau: New Benghazi Emails In Clinton InvestigationRead the original story

    Yesterday | WENY

    She's running for president but cannot seem to outrun her past. Another episode of the Hillary Clinton email saga comes to the forefront as one of her confidants brings a fresh batch of online correspondence to the House Select Committee on Benghazi.

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  6. Ohio exporters pledge to fight Export-Import Bank expirationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Cleveland.com

    Dick Rogevin counted on the Export-Import Bank to help his Cambridge, Ohio bridge building firm clinch a $100 million contract to construct 92 bridges in West Africa by guaranteeing a loan to the government of Ghana. But Congress' failure to re-authorize the government-funded, self-sustaining bank by midnight Tuesday has jeopardized the deal for his 150-employee company, U.S. Bridge, says Rogevin, prompting a Chinese competitor to "inform our customer that we cannot secure financing for our bridges, so they should consider buying them from another source."

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  7. Double trouble? IRS lawyer now heads Clinton email productionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Politico

    Now the top government attorney is heading up another document project in the cross-hairs of Congress: the State Department's release of Hillary Clinton's emails and Libya documents to the House Select Committee on Benghazi. And Republican GOP investigators are raising red flags, accusing her and the State Department of stonewalling Congress by narrowly interpreting document requests and failing to disclose important information.

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  8. One More Day Until the Ex-Im Bank's Charter ExpiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | National Review Online

    ... its whole workforce. Downsizing the bank should begin on Wednesday and no later. I wonder whether Representative Jim Jordan is planning an Oversight hearing to make sure that the bank is proceeding according to the law, not according what it (and ...

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  9. Ex-Im President Blames - Vocal Minority' in Congress for Putting - Ideology Before Jobs'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Cybercast News Service

    Export-Import Bank chairman and president Fred Hochberg blames a "vocal minority" in Congress for the anticipated lapse of authorization for his federal agency's charter on Tuesday. "We've had 16 reauthorizations, 81 years without controversy, 13 presidents, both Republican and Democrats and yet we'll vote to lapse because of a vocal minority in Washington that puts ideology before jobs," Hochberg said Thursday at at a forum in Washington hosted by the publication Foreign Policy and underwritten by HSBC, a banking and financial services company.

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  10. Let's Cube Root... OhioRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Daily Kos

    Western Hamilton County, most of Butler County, all of Preble County, and northern Montgomery County. 66.8% McCain.

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  11. The dozen rebels targeted by GOP leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | The Hill

    To keep conservative rebels in check, Speaker John Boehner and his allies have been doling out punishments at an aggressive clip in the 114th Congress. From kicking two unruly members off the Rules Committee and GOP whip team to stripping a lawmaker of his subcommittee gavel, leadership has been growing more comfortable with taking retaliatory measures to try to enforce party discipline.

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  12. Marriage Ruling Spurs Calls for Protection for Religious DissentersRead the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | Bloomberg

    ... from discriminating against any individual, association or business based on their marriage views. Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio, a U.S. House conservative, said the court's ruling Friday "follows what seems to be a recent trend on the Supreme ...

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  13. Video: Time to impeach the IRS Commissioner?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Hot Air

    What happens when an administration refuses to hold its officials accountable for deceiving Congress? Eventually Congress starts looking for ways to hold them accountable directly. The Department of Justice has already made clear that it won't enforce warrants issued by Congress, so Rep. Jim Jordan wants to use the tools the US Constitution provides.

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  14. Jordan responds to Supreme Court marriage rulingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Peak Of Ohio

    Congressman Jim Jordan made the following comments regarding today's decision by the U.S. Supreme Court legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide: "In today's ruling, five judges overturned the sound public policy that was democratically enacted by millions of Americans in states across the country, including Ohio. This ruling follows what seems to be a recent trend on the Supreme Court: rulings based on the desires of the justices, and not the letter of the law and the framework of the Constitution."

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  15. VIDEO: State lawmakers react to Supreme Court's same-sex marriage decisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Hudson Hub-Times

    The first thing state Rep. Nickie Antonio did after hearing the U.S. Supreme Court's June 26 decision to overturn gay marriage bans nationally was to send a text message to her partner of more than 20 years. "[I] told her that I loved her and that I hoped she heard the news," said a tearful Antonio, one of two openly gay Ohio lawmakers.

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  16. Push to Impeach? Republicans weigh options over destroyed Irs tapesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Fox News

    House Republicans reportedly are considering launching impeachment proceedings against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen or other agency officials in connection with the destruction of emails potentially connected to the scandal over Tea Party targeting. National Review first reported that Republicans are looking at the possibility.

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  17. GOP leaders retreat in fight with rebelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | The Hill

    House GOP leaders and their allies retreated on Thursday, backing off efforts to punish conservative rebels who had bucked leadership on a trade vote. Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz said he was reinstating Rep. Mark Meadows as a subcommittee chairman, just a week after he stripped him of his gavel for voting against leadership and failing to pay party dues.

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  18. Fiasco with Oregona s state Obamacare...Read the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | Washington Times

    A key House oversight panel is demanding that the Department of Health and Human Services turn over all documents related to the failed Cover Oregon health care information exchange, which was abandoned last year after the state spent an estimated $300 million of federal grant money to build it. The June 15 letter from the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform seeks all communication between employees for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid about the Oregon site, all documents related to the site's functioning, and a description of changes CMS made to its processes on grants and information technology related to federal and state Obamacare websites.

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  19. How GOP leaders, with President Obama, trounced trade criticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Christian Science Monitor

    When conservative critics threatened to scuttle the trade deal, GOP leaders stripped them of leadership roles or called the White House for help with Democrats. It was a professional job, done in a bipartisan fashion.

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  20. Ohio GOPers: Efforts to kill ACA not overRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | News Herald

    Ohio GOPers: Efforts to kill ACA not over Ohio GOPers: Efforts to kill ACA not over Check out this story on portclintonnewsherald.com: http://cin.ci/1Ly4dnL House Speaker John Boehner gestures during a news conference announcing that Pope Francis will address a joint session of Congress in September. Ohio Republicans said Thursday they would keep trying to unravel the Affordable Care Act, even though the Supreme Court rejected their latest legal attack on the health care law.

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