District of Columbia — President Donald Trump is scheduled to sign the Let Everyone Get Involved in Opportunities for National Service Act, also known as the LEGION Act, into law Tuesday in the Oval Office at the White House. The bill signing will occur at approximately 4 PM EST. The bill allows for all military […]Read More President Trump Scheduled To Sign LEGION Act, Extending American Legion Membership To All Military Personnel
District of Columbia — In connection with an executive order signed last month by President Donald Trump, the Trump Administration has proposed a new rule requiring hospitals to disclose their negotiated prices with insurers, setting up for likely another legal battle with the industry. The rule is the latest proposal in an effort to lower […]Read More Trump Administration Proposes Rule Forcing Hospitals To Disclose Health Care Rates
District of Columbia — President Donald Trump confirmed swirling media reports on Sunday that Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats will be resigning his position, which is effective August 15th. The President also confirmed that Texas Congressman John Ratcliffe be nominated in his place. The President sent out the confirmation via Twitter, “I am pleased […]Read More Director Of National Intelligence Dan Coats Is Resigning, Texas Rep. Ratcliffe Will Replace Him
District of Columbia — About 24 hours after President Donald Trump and his administration reached an asylum agreement with Guatemala and received a major victory regarding a potential border wall from the Supreme Court, the President dropped an announcement regarding the left-wing group ANTIFA. ANTIFA, which holds rallies and clashes in most states but most […]Read More President Trump Announces ANTIFA Faces Potential Terrorist Organization Designation
District of Columbia — In a wrap to a crazy last few hours in Washington, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the Trump Administration can start using military funds to build a wall along the Southern Border. Earlier this year in Sierra Club v. Trump, a California federal judge and the Ninth Circuit Court […]Read More Supreme Court Rules President Trump Can Use Military Funds To Build The Wall
District of Columbia — Guatemala has reached an agreement with President Donald Trump and U.S. officials to restrict asylum applications from asylum seekers from Central America. The agreement is a victory for the Trump Administration, who have taken steps to restrict the number of asylum cases reaching the U.S. border. The agreement requires migrants that […]Read More Guatemala Agrees To Third Country Agreement With U.S.
District of Columbia — The House of Representatives voted on Thursday to pass a bill that increases spending limits for 2020 and 2021 and suspends the borrowing limit for two years. The measure passes as Congress prepares to depart for August recess, completing one of the most important measures on the docket this year legislatively. […]Read More House Votes To Raise The Debt Ceiling