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A Gallup poll taken after Palin wrapped up her Going Rogue book tour found the ex-Alaskan governor had a 44 percent approval rating but a 47 disapproval rating. [ Politics Daily ] Senator Ben Nelson (D-NE), one of the men behind the Nelson-Hatch
An abortion amendment proposed by Senators Ben Nelson (D) of Nebraska and Orrin Hatch (R) was voted against this afternoon by the United States Senate by a majority vote of 54-45. This new amendment will not be added to the Senate's proposed
Scientology will not go ahead after the Rudd Government told the church it believed the Tax Office and police were the most appropriate authorities to investigate any complaints. A staff member for Government Senate leader Chris Evans has emailed
Among the senators under intense pressure is Bob Casey (D-Pa.), a Catholic and high-profile opponent of abortion rights. Roman Catholic bishops have yet to find a senator willing to sponsor their amendment for a tougher ban on use of taxpayer money
The US Senate, torn along party lines, voted to formally launch debate on historic legislation to enact President Barack Obama's signature drive to remake US health care, handing him a win for now. The 100-seat chamber's two
As promised, Senator ReidSenator Reid released the full text of his Health Care Reform Plan in easy to read PDF format. Here is the link to the Senate bill http://www.allvoices.com/
Her vote and that of two other Democrats expressing serious reservations about the legislation -- Sens. Ben Nelson (Neb.) and Mary Landrieu (La.) -- will determine whether it will garner the 60 needed to break an all-but-certain Republican filibuster.
Home > News > Executive termination pay bill now law Executive termination pay bill now law Media Statement - 17th November 2009 The Government has welcomed the passage of the Corporations Amendment (Improving Accountability on Termination
In an aggressive new effort to influence the congressional health care debate, UnitedHealth Group this week e-mailed its 75,000 U.S. employees, urging them to contact their senators and providing two form letters attacking specific legislative
A senator warned on Tuesday that the risk of having a re-enacted national budget for a month next year is possible due to the delay in the logistics of transmitting the proposed and approved budget to the Senate from the House of Representatives.