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A bipartisan group of House lawmakers has introduced legislation that would direct the Department of Homeland Security to field “smart” border security technologies along the southern U.S.
In an attempt to bridge the divide between President Donald Trump’s campaign promise to build a border wall and Republican moderates’ hesitation surrounding the plan, Rep.
Like President Donald Trump, U.S. Rep.
In early June, I was honored to participate in a tax reform roundtable discussion with Congressman Keith Rothfus that was hosted by the Alle-Kiski St
House Republicans moved Tuesday to rein in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, approving a legislative veto of a new rule that would have made it easier for people to join class-action lawsui
House lawmakers today voted to overturn the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s controversial final arbitration rule by a vote of 231 to 190, exercising their authority under the Congressional R
In the wake of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau unveiling a new rule to ban companies from using mandatory arbitration clauses, Sen.
Lihua Chi stood Thursday in 100-degree weather on the U.S.
All Republican members of the House Financial Services Committee introduced a resolution to nullify the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's arbitration rule July 20, a day after the CFPB’s annou