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Republicans Cool To Paying For Trump's Infrastructure Plan With Transportation Cuts
The president proposed billions in spending, but no one can agree on how to pay for it.
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Senate Republicans Slip 'Flimflam' Paid Leave Proposal Into Tax Bill
The provision is really just a tax break for companies that already offer some paid leave.
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McConnell Hits Back At Steve Bannon: 'Winners Make Policy, Losers Go Home'
The former White House chief strategist and Breitbart chief is looking to primary GOP incumbents in next year's midterm elections.
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Next Election Is Still 18 Months Away, But It’s Never Too Early To Collect Cash
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by Sara Swann Even with the 2018 midterm elections still 18 months away, both Republicans and Democrats are making moves
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Why Tax Credits For Business Won't Get Us Paid Leave
Co-Director, Family Values @ Work
A Republican senator has reintroduced the Strong Families Act, which would provide tax credits to employers who offer paid family leave.
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Republicans Endorse, Unendorse And Then Re-Endorse Donald Trump
Mmm, political expediency tastes good.
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Female GOP Lawmakers Don't Want To Talk About Trump's 'Woman Card'
None had gender cards in their purses, either. Sad!
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Wage Gap Costs U.S. Women $500 Billion A Year, Report Finds
Even divvied up among all working women, that's real money.
Onstage at TE Policy, a Bipartisan Call for Policies That Don't Screw Up Innovation
How Tech Transforms Business and Society
Tech policy development may help strange bedfellows get better acquainted.
Unequal Pay Every Day
Laura Riley, Ph.D.
Author, lecturer, psychologist
The Equal Pay Act doesn't seem to be working very well. In the United States today, mothers are the primary or sole breadwinners in more than 40 percent of families. They work for the same reasons men do and merit the same pay.
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Senators Argue 4 Months Not Enough Time To Comment On EPA Carbon Rules
Former GOP Rep Dies At 92
Senators Explain Why They Tried To Prevent Debate On Gun Control Bill
Deb Fischer The Only Female Senator Not Cosponsoring VAWA
WATCH: Reid Pays Tribute To Retiring Senator's 'Mop Of Real Hair'
Bob Kerrey Loses
Republican Projected To Pick Up Senate Seat In Nebraska
Nebraska nonpartisan US Senate Guide Deb Fischer vs Bob Kerrey
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