Proposed tax for graduate students killed, student loan interest deduction saved in congressional bill Senate and House Republican leaders have agreed to abandon many of the controversial proposals that higher-education leaders and students had rallied to thwart, according to congressional aides. Under the agreement, tuition waivers received by graduate ... -Jason-Spencer-Dallas

Proposed tax for graduate students killed, student loan interest deduction saved in congressional bill

Proposed tax for graduate students killed, student loan interest deduction saved in congressional bill Senate and House Republican leaders have agreed to abandon many of the controversial proposals that higher-education leaders and students had rallied to thwart, according to congressional aides. Under the agreement, tuition waivers received by graduate ... -Jason-Spencer-Dallas

In rushing to cut taxes, Republican leaders have let more important issues slide

Taking Health Care From Kids

Trump’s working-class supporters will pay the most for believing in the phony populist.

GOP COUNTERED OBAMA'S OFFER  --  House Republican leaders have made a counteroffer to President Obama in the fiscal cliff negotiations, proposing to cut $2.2 trillion with a combination of spending cuts, entitlement reforms & $800 billion in new tax revenue. The leaders delivered the offer to the White House on Monday with a three-page letter signed by Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.), & four other senior Republicans, including Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.)…

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It "doesn’t appear" Republican leaders will attempt to put Children's Health Insurance Program funding in this week’s budget bill.

7,000 Children in Alabama Will Likely Lose Health Coverage on New Year’s Day Because of Congress

It "doesn’t appear" Republican leaders will attempt to put Children's Health Insurance Program funding in this week’s budget bill.

because heaven forbid we think like mothers and want the best future for the country in which our children will grow up.

No sex, no baby LOL Rush Limbaugh, republican leader Ugh.he's like some mutation that evolved only enough to spew his sick and twisted micro brain.

Republican Leader Asked If Trump Should Fire Mueller

Republican Leader Asked If Trump Should Fire Mueller

Republican leaders win over Bob Corker and Marco Rubio on tax cut bill

Republican leaders win over Bob Corker and Marco Rubio on tax cut bill

Grad tuition waiver tax dead, student loan relief interest deduction saved ... Senate and House Republican leaders have agreed to abandon many of the controversial proposals that higher education leaders and students had rallied to thwart.  Jason-Spencer-Dallas

Paul Ryan says Republicans to target welfare, Medicare, Medicaid spending in 2018 House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said that congressional Republicans will aim next year to reduce spending on health care and anti-poverty programs

Americans Are Allowing Trump To Turn U.S. Into Russia, Garry Kasparov Warns | We should all listen. Republican leaders should all be careful because the demise of the American democracy is in their laps, because they keep looking the other way every time Trump tries to weaken an institution. #LostAllRespectForGOP #2018iscomingq

Americans Are Allowing Trump To Turn U.S. Into Russia, Garry Kasparov Warns | We should all listen. Republican leaders should all be careful because the demise of the American democracy is in their laps, because they keep looking the other way every time Trump tries to weaken an institution. #LostAllRespectForGOP #2018iscomingq

More Than 160 Republican Leaders Don’t Support Donald Trump. Here’s When They Reached Their Breaking Point. http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/08/29/us/politics/at-least-110-republican-leaders-wont-vote-for-donald-trump-heres-when-they-reached-their-breaking-point.html?_r=0

More Than 160 Republican Leaders Don’t Support Donald Trump. Here’s When They Reached Their Breaking Point.

Here’s how we analyzed in real time the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Clinton and Mr. Trump shaking hands after the debate.

The latest version, which Republican leaders are scheduled to release on Friday, is expected to be even more of a sop to Donald Trump and his fellow-plutocrats.

The Final G.O.P. Tax Bill Is a Recipe for Even More Inequality

John Cassidy on a new report on global economic inequality and how the final Republican tax bill will make things even worse in the United States.

In papering over their differences with Donald J. Trump, Republican leaders fail to address the split in the GOP. Republican leaders will rationalize their way to Trump because they are desperate to win, this Editorial argues. (Illustration: Alvaro Dominguez; Photographs: Chad Batka and Zach Gibson)

Mr. Ryan Warms Up to Mr. Trump

In papering over their differences with Mr. Trump, Republican leaders fail to address the split in the G.

Republican leaders adamantly opposed to Donald J. Trump’s candidacy are preparing a 100-day campaign to deny him the presidential nomination, starting with an aggressive battle in Wisconsin’s April 5 primary and extending into the summer, with a delegate-by-delegate lobbying effort that would cast Mr. Trump as a calamitous choice for the general election.

Republican Leaders Map a Strategy to Derail Donald Trump

If aggressive efforts to deny Mr. Trump the presidential nomination fail, the party leaders say they will try to field an independent candidate for the general election.

New tax law is getting closer. Republican leaders say they have the votes needed for passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and it’s expected that the measure will be approved in both the House and Senate this week without any Democratic support. It will then be sent to President Trump for his anticipated signature. Among the many changes beginning in 2018: The highest tax bracket will be 37%, as compared with 39.6% currently and there will be a new deduction for business pass-through income…

New tax law is getting closer. Republican leaders say they have the votes needed for passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and it’s expected that the measure will be approved in both the House and Senate this week without any Democratic support. It will then be sent to President Trump for his anticipated signature. Among the many changes beginning in 2018: The highest tax bracket will be 37%, as compared with 39.6% currently and there will be a new deduction for business pass-through income…

House Republican leaders demand immediate action from AG Holder on Fast and Furious

House Republican leaders demand immediate action from AG Holder on Fast and Furious

John Boehner endorses Mitt Romney for president -- finally

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