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White House pushes bid to revive health bill

White House pushes bid to revive health bill

The lawmakers hope to unveil their spending plan next week. Republican leaders and the White House have been searching for a health-care agreement that could placate enough moderates and hard-line conservatives to win passage in the House.



Trump pushes revamped health care bill; future uncertain

I realize there is great pressure to follow through on the GOP promise to "repeal and replace" the Affordable Care Act . The compromise plan might have to take a back seat to a spending bill that must pass Congress if a government shutdown is to be averted.


Tennessee teacher arrested, student found safe

Tennessee teacher arrested, student found safe

Authorities said a 15-year-old Tennessee girl who disappeared with Cummins, who was her teacher, last month has been found safe in California and the teacher has been arrested. Her family's lawyer said in a statement that she is "comfortable and resting" and is being evaluated and treated by mental health experts specializing in trauma.



Trump signs executive orders on financial regulations

The executive order Trump signed requires the US Treasury Department to identify and lessen burdens from tax regulations handed down in Y 2016. In March, a Fox News poll found that 55 percent of participants believed they pay too much in taxes, The number was down from a record 63 percent in march 2015.


Jalen Hurd Makes Decision On Future

Jalen Hurd Makes Decision On Future

Hurd met with first-year Baylor coach Matt Rhule at a spring practice earlier this month. Hurd, a five-star recruit in the 2014 class, made an immediate impact at Tennessee as a true freshman. Before making his decision, Hurd reportedly had at least at one time been looking at possibly entering the 2017 NFL Draft and also the supplemental draft.



Washington threatens funding cut to California, other ``sanctuary`` areas

On Friday, Nisha Agarwal, commissioner for the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs in NY, said the city was prepared to respond by the June 30 deadline. The City Council has declared that it will "oppose efforts to deny federal funding to so-called 'sanctuary cities , ' or communities that may not have the resources to enforce federal immigration laws".