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The House is expected to vote today on construction of the Keystone pipelline.  Obama has threatened to veto the bill.http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/house/228981-house-to-act-first-on-keystone
Rep. Paul Ryan, one of the most influential members of the House, says ObamaCare cannot be fixed and must be repealed.  However, Republicans have not reached any agreement on what strategy to follow.http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/228743-ryan-congress-cant-save-obamacarehttp://thehill.com/... Read More
George Will points to historical evidence of major climate change that happened naturally, without any human cause.http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/george-will-climate-changes-instructive-past/2015/01/07/2ae70ee6-95d2-11e4-aabd-d0b93ff613d5_story.html
Rep. Bob Aderholt has introduced a bill to block Obama's amnesty for illegal aliens.http://aderholt.house.gov/press-releases/aderholt-sworn-in-for-10th-term-introduces-bill-to-reverse-presidents-executive-amnesty/
Alabama Congresswoman Martha Roby has filed the first bill to prohibit Federal funding of Obama's amnesty program.http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/house-republican-files-first-plan-to-defund-obama-immigration-action/article/2558286
The rules adopted yesterday by the House require the Congressional Budget Office to take into account the economic impact of legislation, including the stimulus of tax cuts.  The rules also limit voting members to the 435 representatives, while liberals had wanted to allow delegates from territ... Read More
Twenty-four Republicans voted against John Boehner for Speaker, and one voted present.  You can find their names here.http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/house/228628-the-republicans-who-voted-against-boehner-for-speaker
2015 will be the first year that some of ObamaCare's most painful rules go into effect.http://spectator.org/articles/61374/obamacare-real-pain-starts-year
Professors at Harvard find themselves paying more because of ObamaCare, and have complained loudly about the results of a law most of them supported.http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/06/us/health-care-fixes-backed-by-harvards-experts-now-roil-its-faculty.html
Both the House and Senate are expected to quickly pass legislation approving the Keystone XL Pipeline, followed by a bill to weaken ObamaCare.  Both bills are expected to pass with bipartisan support, and will give President Obama the dilemma of vetoing popular bills or signing laws he opposes.... Read More

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