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Like most women in America, I am heartsick that some leaders in the Republican Party are determined to defund Planned Parenthood. This would essentially mean that millions of American women would not receive basic health care services. It makes me sick and it makes me angry.

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Planned Parenthood funding furyupdated: Sat Mar 19 2011 00:42:00

HLN's Joy Behar talks with Planned Parenthood head Cecile Richards and Rep. Gwen Moore about debate over funding.

CNNMoney: Republicans to Fed: Forget about jobsupdated: Fri Dec 03 2010 07:54:00

Cries for changing the Federal Reserve's job description are growing louder.

Democrats in fight to hold onto House seats in Novemberupdated: Fri Aug 27 2010 09:48:00

Weighed down by a president with a less than 50 percent approval rating, Democratic Congressional Campaign Chairman Chris Van Hollen will lay out the party's plan of attack for November elections at a Friday news conference.

House GOP adopts yearlong earmark banupdated: Fri Mar 12 2010 09:41:00

House Republicans agreed Thursday to adopt a ban on congressional earmarks in spending bills for next year, upping the ante with Democrats in the political battle over fiscal responsibility and pork barrel spending.

Democrats ban some earmarksupdated: Thu Mar 11 2010 09:59:00

House Democrats impose a one-year ban on some earmarks. CNN's Brianna Keilar reports.

House Democrats plan ban on earmarks for for-profitsupdated: Thu Mar 11 2010 09:59:00

House Democrats said Wednesday that they will ban earmarks directed to for-profit companies.

Bipartisan compromise?updated: Thu Feb 25 2010 22:30:00

CNN's Jessica Yellin talks to Reps. Chris Van Hollen and Mike Pence about bipartisan compromise on health care.

U.S. House votes overwhelmingly for Iranian resolutionupdated: Fri Jun 19 2009 14:55:00

The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved a resolution Friday that says it supports "all Iranians who embrace the values of freedom, human rights, civil liberties and the rule of law."

Republican Party plans comebackupdated: Thu Apr 30 2009 15:57:00

Bruised by charges from Democrats that they've become the "party of no," Republicans on Thursday are launching an outreach effort to reshape their party's image.

GOP leader on budget: 'Here it is, Mr. President'updated: Thu Mar 26 2009 17:08:00

House Republicans on Thursday said they have come up with an alternative proposal to the president's budget, following criticism from Democrats that they have become the "party of no."

House GOP leaders want changes in Dems' $825 billion recovery billupdated: Wed Jan 21 2009 17:46:00

House Republican leaders have asked for a meeting with President Obama on Thursday to offer major changes to the $825 billion economic recovery package urged by the president and proposed by House Democrats last week.

Obama as commander in chiefupdated: Wed Jan 21 2009 17:46:00

CNN's Pentagon Correspondent Barbara Starr reports on the problems Barack Obama will face as commander in chief.

Conservatives: 'Take a breath' before passing bailoutupdated: Tue Sep 23 2008 17:18:00

House conservatives urged Congress on Tuesday to "take a breath" and consider other alternatives before rushing to pass a $700 billion plan to bail out Wall Street, a measure the White House says must pass by the end of the week.

Pelosi: 'The party is over'updated: Tue Sep 23 2008 17:18:00

Rep. Nancy Pelosi talks about market crisis legislation and lashes out at President Bush.

Offshore drilling debateupdated: Wed Sep 17 2008 17:52:00

CNN's Brianna Keilar has the latest on the Congressional debate on offshore drilling.

Administration rips Democrats' energy bill as waste of timeupdated: Wed Sep 17 2008 17:52:00

The White House slammed an energy bill that the House of Representatives passed Tuesday night, calling it a waste of time.

House OKs bill allowing more offshore oil drillingupdated: Tue Sep 16 2008 23:04:00

The House of Representatives on Tuesday night passed an energy bill clearing the way for more oil drilling off U.S. coasts, but not nearly as much as Republican leaders wanted.

CNNMoney: House passes drilling billupdated: Tue Sep 16 2008 22:16:00

The House of Representatives on Tuesday approved an energy bill that could clear the way for more drilling in the United States, as the Democrats who control Congress yielded to pressure from Republicans on the issue.

Congress 'ought to be working'updated: Wed Aug 06 2008 07:36:00

Rep. Mike Pence of Indiana is one Republican staging a revolt over energy policy.

House GOP leaders vow to keep up protest sessionsupdated: Mon Aug 04 2008 15:01:00

A group of House Republicans stayed in session and continued energy speeches Monday despite the summer adjournment in hopes of pressuring Democrats for a vote on oil drilling.

Scramble is on to replace Congressional leadersupdated: Wed Nov 08 2006 19:50:00

House Speaker Dennis Hastert's decision to return to the back benches after Republicans lost their majority in Tuesday's midterm election has set off a scramble for the job of House GOP leader.

Poll: Majority believes government doing too muchupdated: Fri Oct 27 2006 08:39:00

A quarter century after the Reagan revolution and a dozen years after Republicans vaulted into control of Congress, a new CNN poll finds most Americans still agree with the bedrock conservative premise that, as the Gipper put it, "government is not the answer to our problems -- government is the problem."

Where the right went wrongupdated: Thu Oct 26 2006 13:12:00

Fifty years ago, when a 29-year-old Yale graduate named William F. Buckley Jr. funded National Review magazine, conservatism was a small insurgency, fighting the dominant tide of liberalism that had governed the United States for a quarter century.

Aide: I warned Hastert's office about Foleyupdated: Wed Oct 04 2006 00:57:00

House Speaker Dennis Hastert's office was notified of concerns about then-Rep. Mark Foley before 2005, casting doubt on top GOP leaders' statements that they heard nothing of Foley's inappropriate behavior before then, a former aide to Foley said Wednesday.

Commentary: House GOP pushes 'reform for dummies' updated: Mon Sep 25 2006 08:55:00

In tackling the immigration issue, Republicans in Congress really outdid themselves. Call it: "Immigration Reform for Dummies."

CNNMoney: The arduous road to a guest worker programupdated: Wed Sep 06 2006 06:41:00

As thousands of illegal immigrants plan to rally Thursday in Washington, politicians, including President George Bush, have already stated their support of a guest worker program that would allow millions of foreign workers to find gainful - but temporary - employment in the United States.

Navarrette: What really bothers immigration foesupdated: Fri Aug 11 2006 09:01:00

Immigration restrictionists can be so dishonest.

House GOP somersaultupdated: Thu Oct 13 2005 14:00:00

House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert is an old wrestler, and last Thursday night he used a classic move of his sport by quickly reversing positions.

CNNMoney: Tighter leash on Freddie, Fannie urgedupdated: Wed Jun 15 2005 07:47:00

The Bush administration and some Republican leaders in Congress are pushing for tighter regulation on mortgage financing firms Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, according to a published report.

No ... Teenager Left Behind? updated: Mon Jan 24 2005 13:15:00

If only it were still 2001.

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