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McConnell: Congress can't roll back gay marriage decision

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky) said there's little lawmakers can do to overturn a Supreme Court ruling allowing same-sex marriages...

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Senate Commerce Approves JSA Bill

The Senate Commerce Committee, after a brief false start, passed a bipartisan bill limiting the FCC's decision that most TV station joint sales agreement (JSAs)...

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Pro-Life Groups Call for Bill to Ban Abortion Funding After Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare

After the Supreme Court issued a ruling upholding the federal subsidies in Obamacare, pro-life groups are calling on Congress to pass a pro-life bill...

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NAB Seeks Hill Help on Relocation Costs

According to sources, broadcasters — and specifically the National Association of Broadcasters — have been looking for some help from Congress...

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Senate Commerce Marking Up JSA Bill

The Senate Commerce Committee Thursday (June 25) will mark up a bipartisan bill backed by broadcasters that would grandfather all the joint sales agreements...

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APTS Praises Level Funding for Noncoms

In yet another sign that Congress can work together, a bipartisan vote in a Senate Appropriations subcommittee has approved level funding for public broadcasting...

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Dotcom Act Draws Industry Praise

There was plenty of praise from Washington following the House's passage of the bipartisan Dotcom Act, which provides for congressional oversight...

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House Votes to Repeal Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB), Obamacare’s “Death Panels”

The U.S. House of Representatives yesterday voted to repeal a portion of the Obamacare law that pro-life advocates strongly opposed because...

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House passes bill giving Congress more say in Internet transition

The House on Tuesday overwhelmingly passed the DOTCOM Act, 378-25, giving Congress the right to review the move away from...

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Senate Commerce to Mark Up DOTCOM Act June 25

The Senate Commerce Committee has scheduled a markup for Thursday on the DOTCOM Act.

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