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  2. Jonathan

    FICA Cap Elimination Act

    PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change 0 0 -1 -1 1 0 1 0 While Social Security and Medicare are popular programs, fiscal conservatives dislike having to pay more taxes to fund them.
  3. Jonathan

    Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Act

    PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change 0 0 -5 1 1 0 5 0
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  5. Jonathan

    Blue Mountain News with Robert Powell

    Alexander: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change -2 0 0 2 2 2 0 2 Vinick: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change -1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 Ward: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change -1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 Nicholson: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change 1 0 0 -1 -1 -1 0 -1 Macmillan: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change 1 0 0 -1 -1 -1 0 -1 O'Dwyer: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change -1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1
  6. Jonathan

    Blue Mountain News with Robert Powell

    Alexander: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Nicholson: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change 0 0 0 -1 -1 0 0 0 Faulhammer: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change 0 0 0 -1 -1 -1 0 -1 Macmillan: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change 0 0 0 -1 -1 -1 0 -1
  7. Jonathan

    Blue Mountain News with Robert Powell

    Vinick: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change -2 0 0 2 2 0 0 2
  8. Jonathan

    Blue Mountain News with Robert Powell

    Thomas: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change -1 -1 -2 1 3 2 3 1
  9. Jonathan

    Breitbart

    O'Dwyer: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change -5 0 0 -1 1 1 0 1
  10. Jonathan

    Breitbart

    Vanderfleet: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change -5 0 0 -3 0 2 0 2
  11. Jonathan

    Breitbart

    Swanner: PLAYER NAME Republicans Democrats NAT EV BUS MR ML SJW  PRO GLO Change 2 2 5 5 -2 -2 -3 -3
  12. Doomhammer

    Rural Hospital Access Act

    Mr. Speaker, There is relevance. The bill's purpose is to, " To amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to make permanent the extension of the Medicare-dependent hospital (MDH) program and the increased payments under the Medicare low-volume hospital program." Essentially, the bill is to improve hospitals, medicare, and lightly address health care. In order to assist in the health of American citizens who might qualify for medicare or who have health care needs as well as the hospitals ability to offer pain relief to their clients, legalizing marijuana will offer an alternative to some of the current medical practices offered by hospitals and medical institutions. 92% of patients who have used medical marijuana in states where it is legal have claimed it worked.* This bill is lightly addressing our health care system and by legalizing marijuana, our nation will take a much greater step in providing assistance and freedom to the American people. Instead of making the language of the bill only for medical marijuana, it is more convenient to legalize it in general so that there are fewer regulations on cannibus uses. In addition, this amendment would help boost our economy. This boost will lead to more business owners, more jobs, and more income taxes from marijuana which can then be used to help fund medicare. This amendment is relevant. What would be germane would be military spending in an infrastructure bill. I yield. OOC: *https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2014/10/01/92-of-patients-say-medical-marijuana-works/?utm_term=.5e602e7b3410
  13. TexAgRepublican

    Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act

    Mr. Speaker, Point of Order. I move that this amendment be split into two sections. We don't need to be editing the titles of bills. I ask that we consider the title as one amendment (I'm actually not even sure we're allowed to amend titles), and consider the rest of the amendment separately. I yield.
  14. TexAgRepublican

    Rural Hospital Access Act

    Mr. Speaker, Point of order. The amendment is not germane. This is not a bill about marijuana. This amendment should not be recognized. I yield.
  15. Macmillan

    @POTUS

    @POTUS: North Korea's Communist dictatorship poses a threat to the stability and security of East Asia, I urge all governments in the region to work together with the United States to address and tackle this issue.
  16. Macmillan

    Nicholson on North Korea

    Ross Nicholson -From the Office of Ross Nicholson- -For Immediate Release- View full PR
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  18. Dylan Macmillan -From the Oval Office- -For Immediate Release- View full PR
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  20. Chris

    Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act

    Mr. Speaker, I’m not sure the gentleman from Virgina has read the bill. If he learns anything from the sponsor it’s good to read the legislation first. He claims that the legislation makes the United States more energy independent, but that not what the legislation does. This bill creates a pipeline as an add on to flow oil from Canada and parts of the US to the Gulf of Mexico. Once the oil gets the gulf it is shipped overseas so I don’t follow the logic that it makes the US more energy independent when most of the oil goes other places. Now it will make oil companies revenues increase and that good for the GOP because that’s a major campaign contributor, but as we look at the legislation there aren’t many benefits. In fact there are a heck of a lot of risks. The glaring one is the environmental and health risks. We all saw what happened with the BP oil situation and it devostated the gulf region now imagine an oil spill across the plain states. It be extremely devastating to the local economies. Let alone there are studies that show that processes for the oil extractions have been linked to increased numbers of birth defects and cancer as chemicals get realeased into the water supply. So again I ask what are the benefits to legislation? If the majority truly wants to move us more towards energy independence then why not introduce legislation that promotes more environmental and healthy friendly alternatives? I yield
  21. Macmillan

    American National Security Act

    Mr Speaker, I am delighted to see this issue brought to the public's attention and to the floor of this House, I would like to personally congratulate you on your courage and on your conviction to see the will of the American people as a whole realised. National Security is as important an issue for any government as there is, period. A surge in immigration enforcement, a review of aliens from troubled regions of the world, and open source software for the screening of immigrants will no doubt go a long way to reinforcing the provisions we passed in the last docket. I do however have a question for the bill's sponsor ((@TexAgRepublican)). This bill requires that any recipient of tax credits has a social security number, a valid and laudable requirement, however one of the most common ways for illegals to fraudulently claim welfare is by having a fake social security number. How does the learned gentleman plan to, or suggest that the White House, combat this issue? Finally Mr Speaker, to talk briefly about the elephant in the room, I fully support the measures to bring a wall back to this place. I urge my colleagues to support this vital part of President Macmillan's agenda as it will not only help immigration enforcement but forms a sizeable part of his national security agenda too. I see my colleagues across the isle sharpening their pitchforks for a good old fashioned witch hunt and will only say that I will oppose them each and every step of the way.
  22. Macmillan

    Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act

    Mr Speaker, This bill is a simple one to get one's head around, we need to build up to a situation of energy independence and this bill allows us to do just that. I absolutely believe it to be necessary to keep gas prices low for consumers and to provide an economic boost to the states along the construction and distribution lines. I yield.
  23. John Alexander met with the people of Colorado and sat down to talk about the issues impacting them. Press were not invited, only Coloradans.
  24. Dogslife

    Semi-Realistic House Map

    So I got bored and made a map of the seats for this Congress. The player seats are bold colors. If the player didn't specify their seat then I just guessed based on win margins IRL. Because of some changes like with Ward in his normally GOP seat and O'Dwyer in the Dem RI seat, I changed some narrow seats to the GOP.
  25. Kurt Faulhammer

    Evelyn Vanderfleet Kicks Off a Blue Wave Tour In California

    Mrs. Vanderfleet, Brandon Cooper of Breitbart News. Do you support Calvin Ward's infastructure bill that gives tax cuts to the rich over the infastructure bill currently being debated?
  26. Pizzuto

    Reuters

    Reuters 60 Minutes Around the Globe: Europe -Teresa May ousted by Tory Party during Brexit row. May's "my-way-or-the-highway" soft Brexit split the Conservative party in two. May's plan was the softest of soft Brexits that was characterized by some as the "total, and utter, selling out of Britain to the EU". While the EU simply threw their hands up, with a smirk for those paying attention, the Conservatives rallied around Boris Johnson and his new right hand man, Jacob Rees-Mogg. Much to the dismay of Remainers a VERY hard Brexit appears to be in the office and public support seems to be building for it...even if some of the support is simply from the "get-this-silliness-over-with-already" crowd. -Italy appears to be on the ropes financially and culturally as mass migration appears to show no end in sight. Lots of popularity for what may be a populist leaning coalition between the League and the Five Star Movement. England first, is Italy next? -Finland begins debate on joining NATO, and starts talk about a Scandinavian Regional Alliance. Asia -Kim Jong-Un, who reality TV star Donald Trump calls, "The Fat Freak", has authorized increased nuclear testing near Japan. -17-year-old boy is at the center of a diplomatic row over Australian deportations of New Zealanders on “character” grounds, with reports of separated families, prolonged detentions and mistreatment of minors. -European Union leaders are in Tokyo signing the group's largest free-trade agreement ever, removing tariffs to boost economic growth and job creation. Mr. Abe also gets Japanese firms back onto a more equal footing in Europe with their rivals from South Korea, who have had the benefit of a free-trade deal with the EU since 2015. Mexico -Pemex discovers 2nd largest shale reserve in history, just behind China, just waiting to be tapped. -2 years out, Yeidckol Polevnsky Gurwitz appears to be frontrunner to be next Mexican President. -Sinaloa Cartel completely in control of the Mexican state of Sonora.
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