How do you feel about trade laws passing unanimously without a debate, in the Senate? Well, this week a bill passed in the Senate just that way — very quietly. Iziah Thompson discusses in his segment, This Week In Congress.
These Two Laws Will Change Border Patrol Forever | This Week In Congress
This week Iziah talked about two bills that passed in the House of Representatives regarding the DHS and immigration. Both bills were introduced by U.S. Rep. Martha McSally (R-AZ) to strengthen the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) border security measures. You’re going to want to hear about these bills. Check out the latest This […]
The Immigration Policy Battle Gets Even Hotter | Iziah Thompson is Back with: This Week In Congress
Iziah Thompson is back on This Week in Congress. Unlike many other politics and even civics sites — we actually read the bills rather than the summaries, and give you the real world breakdown. The United States is in the middle of an opioid crisis, and Iziah Thomson, DailyClout’s superstar policy analyst, explains exactly what […]
Bill banning boycotts!?!? and a SNAP Work requirement | This Week In Congress
Iziah Thompson is back on This Week in Congress, keeping you up to date about what’s happening in Washington. He talks a big “Farm Bill”, Net-Neutrality, and possible punishment for American citizens boycotting?!?. Click below to view, share, and comment on these bills!
Dirtier Air on the Way?
Here is a Wrap-up of Recent Important Legislation Of Which You Should Be Aware: Two House Bills Bills May Weaken Air Pollution Protections Rep. Keith Rothfus (R-PA-12) HR 1119 would affect power plants that generate electricity by burning coal refuse (a waste byproduct of coal) as their primary fuel source requiring the EPA to permit […]
Is It Time To End The War on Drugs? Senator Cory Booker Thinks So.
If you want to see a Congressperson blush, ask him or her a question about marijuana. With four states (California, Massachusetts, Maine and Nevada) having legalized it last November — making that seven states and DC, where pot is now legal for recreational use — this is one topic that is becoming more and more unavoidable. Last year, one Senator decided to […]