WASHINGTON—Today, in an exclusive USA Today editorial, Rep.
WASHINGTON—Today, the Blue Dog Coalition announced its policy task forces for the 116th Congress.
WASHINGTON—Today, Blue Dog Co-Chair for Administration, Rep. Stephanie Murphy (FL-07) issued the following statement in response to the bipartisan border deal:
WASHINGTON—Today, in an exclusive CNN Opinion editorial, the co-chairs of the Blue Dog Coalition—Reps. Anthony Brindisi (NY-22), J.
WASHINGTON—Today, Blue Dog Co-Chair for Communications, Rep. Lou Correa (CA-46) issued the following statement in response to President Trump’s State of the Union address:
The Democratic Blue Dog Coalition has endorsed H.R. 270, Government Shutdown Impact Report Act of 2019, which was introduced by Rep. Tom O’Halleran (AZ-01), the Blue Dog Coalition Co-Chair for Policy.
WASHINGTON—Today, the Democratic Blue Dog Coalition welcomed freshman Representatives Ed Case (HI-01), Joe Cunningham (SC-01), and Kendra Horn (OK-05) to its ranks. In total, the Blue Dog Coalition has 27 members, including 10 members of its freshman class. Rep. Case was a member of the Blue Dog Coalition from 2003 to 2007 while he served as a U.S.
WASHINGTON—Today, the Blue Dog Coalition sent a letter to House Democratic leadership calling for leadership to prioritize infrastructure as one of the first issues to be tackled now that the government is open.
WASHINGTON—Today, President Trump announced he would proceed with a deal proposed by the Blue Dog Coalition to reopen the government and then hold a substantive, bipartisan, and bicameral discussion on border security that would produce legislation to quickly pass both chambers of Congress, ideally with
WASHINGTON—Today, the Blue Dog Coalition sent a letter to leadership of both parties and both chambers of Congress regarding border security and the government shutdown.
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Congressman Jim Cooper writes in The Atlantic about the obsolete laws that are harming Congress and the nation. This article is part of The Atlantic’s new ongoing series, “America the Fixable.”
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In a time of seemingly endless partisanship, there is one thing that lawmakers on both sides of the aisle can agree on: We still have a lot of work to do to see our economy recover.
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