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Rep. Diane Black called on President Barack Obama to create a new approach to improving the countrys job situation by cutting unnecessary spending.
Sen. Rob Portman said Saturday that it was not the Republicans goal to shut down the federal government but to cut spending and improve the climate for job growth.
Arena Stage has packaged a powerful one-woman play as an extended discussion about health care policy. But dont let that stop you. Anna Deavere Smith, in Let Me Down Easy, lures the audience into a moving examination of life, death, human existence, suffering and pain and just about everything in between.
In the weekly Republican radio address, Rep. Joe Pitts honored American service members who raise their hands and volunteer for extraordinary tasks in the defense of freedom.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell called on Congress on Saturday to halt the expiration of Bush-era tax cuts.