Senate GOP will add Obamacare mandate repeal to tax plan
Tuesday, 14 November 2017 Senate Republicans will add a partial Obamacare repeal to their tax plan, using the revenues gained to further lower tax rates for the middle class.Republicans announced the decision Tuesday after their policy lunch, saying they had widespread support among the Senate GOP for the proposal. A revised...
On Wednesday, the head of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee proposed major changes to a Republican tax reform plan. Orrin Hatch proposed a repeal of Obamacare’s health insurance mandate and making corporate tax cuts permanent while ending individual cuts in 2025. In a statement, Hatch said the...
The vast majority of registered voters across both political parties agree with the Senate's vote this week to overturn a repeal by the FCC on Net Neutrality rules. According to Statista, 82 percent of.. Source: Wochit -
The Senate dealt FCC Chairman Ajit Pai a crushing defeat on Wednesday.
Pai has built his entire career around dissolving Net Neutrality.
He made it the center piece of his term as FCC Chairman.
Net.. Source: Wochit -
Senate Votes on Measure to Save Net Neutrality The Senate voted 52 to 47 on Wednesday to pass a measure that would keep the FCC from changing current net neutrality rules. Democrats held the majority.. Source: Wibbitz Top Stories -
The United States Senate voted Wednesday to preserve net neutrality The measure nullifies the FCC’s decision to repeal it, which was made last December The final vote was 52-47 The upheld rules ban.. Source: NYDN Wibbitz -
In a monumental decision, the U.S. Senate voted on Wednesday to reinstate the net neutrality protections the Federal Communications Commission decided to repeal last December. Last week, FCC Chairman.. Source: Wochit -
FCC Says Net Neutrality Rules Will Expire in June On Thursday, the FCC announced the 3-2 vote to reverse net neutrality rules will become effective on June 11. “I strongly support a free and open.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
After a divisive and bitter campaign, former coal executive Don Blankenship conceded in the Republican U.S. Senate nomination race in West Virginia to the winner, State Attorney General Patrick.. Source: Reuters Studio -