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CQ on Congress

Apr 29, 2016

Political analyst Stuart Rothenberg explains why down-ballot Republican candidates could be in trouble because of Donald Trump's frontrunner status. Also, CQ Roll Call's budget reporter Kellie Mejdrich on inability of Republicans in Congress to make progress in funding the government on time and legal affairs writer...


Apr 26, 2016

Showdown looms over efforts to dip into a special war fund to bypass spending caps. CQ Roll Call's national security reporter Megan Scully has the scoop.


Apr 22, 2016

Our reporters and editors weigh in on President Obama's latest fight with Congress over dedicating money to fight Zika virus, the presidential primaries and why did little-known donor Donald Sussman spend $2.1 million on behalf of Maryland Senate hopeful Donna Edwards. And then there are the landmines that await...


Apr 19, 2016

Republicans in Congress could immunize many electronic cigarette products from impending regulations by using a spending bill to shield not only e-cigs but vaporizers and hookahs from tougher federal oversight. It’s the second year in a row that the GOP is weighing such a move as a preemptory strike against the Food...


Apr 15, 2016

Tensions are rising between the Federal Communications Commission and Republicans in Congress who want to curtail its regulatory power. On one front, Republicans want to keep the FCC from regulating the prices broadband providers charge customers. Separately, they are trying to set a financial cap on the FCC’s...