Most of Tennessee’s Congressional delegation is either balking or staying silent in response to the gun control plan President Obama unveiled today.
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With outright repeal efforts nowhere, the G-O-P is attacking president’s signature health care law piece by piece, and two Tennessee Republicans believe they’ve found a way to unravel the legislation.
Time is running out for the Congressional Supercommittee charged with trimming more than a trillion dollars from the nation’s budget. None from Tennessee’s delegation are on the panel, instead they’re watching from the sidelines as the Thanksgiving deadline looms.
Tennessee Representatives are split about a piece of last year’s federal healthcare overhaul — the Independent Payment Advisory Board, or IPAB.
Today not a single Tennessee Republican voted to authorize President Obama’s military effort in Libya. But some of them stopped short of pulling funds from that NATO-led mission.
Tennessee Congressman Bart Gordon’s bill to ban foreign radioactive waste passed the House today, after a lively floor debate.
Tennessee Republican Phil Roe is looking for ways to get high-quality teachers in low-performing schools.
Health Care Town Hall meetings for the Tennessee delegation
Tennessee’s U.S. House members voted along party lines yesterday on the bill known as “PayGo.”
Top doctors with Veterans Affairs told a Congressional subcommittee Tuesday that they would do everything possible to eliminate future colonoscopy errors.