Cristina Marcos The Hill 6/11/2015
President Obama’s trade agenda survived a bad scare in the House on Thursday when the GOP rule governing debate for the package narrowly survived a 217-212 vote.
Thirty-four Republicans voted against the rule, while eight Democrats backed it…
…House Republicans could only lose 26 of their own for the rule […]
Peter Schroeder and Vicki Needham The Hill 5/19/2015
Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) have a new challenge for President Obama on trade: if the terms of the deal are so good, why don’t you release them to the public?
The two introduced legislation Tuesday that would let the public see the details […]
Jon Street The Blaze 3/17/2015
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler told members of Congress Tuesday that the White House did not pressure the agency into passing new internet rules, but one Republican congressman is honing in on two words contained in an email from last year that could indicate just the opposite.
Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA) […]
Nick Gillespie Reason.com 2/19/2015
Speaking at the Code/Media conference in California, entrepreneur Mark Cuban—who made his pile selling Broadcast.com back in the day—told his audience that allowing the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to regulate the Internet in the name of Net Neutrality (or anything else) will “fuck everything up.” He continued: “Having them overseeing the […]