The Senate voted to restructure Puerto Rico's debt to avoid July 1st default
Ted Drost, 47, is a lifelong Republican among the close to 2 million long-term unemployed people who were cut off from emergency unemployment benefits starting on December 28.
The Republicans just filibustered the unemployment benefits extension by one vote.
Reid told reporters he opposed legislation aimed at smoothing the passage of free-trade agreements, a vital component to negotiating any deal, and pointedly said supporters should back down.
Rumors are flying that Harry Reid will change the Senate rules to a simple majority today.
We'll believe it when we see it.
So what's next?
U.S. senators failed to reach a deal on Monday to avert a showdown over President Barack Obama's executive-branch nominees,
Maybe this time, Harry Reid will change the filibuster.
So this sure sounds like a replay of last year's disgraceful tactic of holding disaster aid money hostage to spending cuts, right? I mean, this is a leading Tea Party guy and he should know what he's talking about, right? TAMPA, Florida —
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