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Democrats and Republicans Oppose the EPA’s Latest Power Grab

In fact, the rule is such an egregious expansion of federal power that a bipartisan majority in the House and Senate are standing in opposition to the EPA’s WOTUS rule, including every single…

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A Presidency Rebuked by the Courts

By staking his legacy on over-expansive executive actions, President Obama is facing a series of foreseeable roadblocks: the courts and the Constitution.

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Another Strong Week in the House

The House continued to move forward this week, passing several major bills to boost innovation, appropriate funding, and secure American leadership in space.

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An Evening with the Marine Corps

The men and women of the Maine Corps put their lives on the line every day to protect us in an increasingly dangerous world. In honor of Memorial Day, it is important that everyone take a moment to…

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GRAPHIC: A Quick History of American Space Innovation

Today the House will vote on H.R. 2262, the Spurring Private Aerospace Competitiveness and Entrepreneurship (SPACE) Act, a bill that would facilitate a pro-growth environment for the developing…