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  • Buying your approval ... with your tax dollars

    Buying your approval ... with your tax dollars
    Chicagoans will soon elect a mayor to run a City Hall trapped in astonishing levels of taxpayer debts and pension burdens.
  • Gov. Scott Walker pitches anti-government message to conservative forum

    WASHINGTON Amid a wave of media attention, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker took his anti-Washington message to Washington on Friday, saying the best way to move the country forward is to transfer power from the nation's capital back "to the hard-working...

    Budget fight looms as Obama wants 7 percent spending increase

    WASHINGTON Setting up a showdown with the new Republican-controlled Congress, the Obama administration said Thursday that the president's proposed 2016 federal budget would include a $74 billion increase in discretionary spending that blew past the caps...

    Schumer calls for extending insurance for children of severely disabled veterans to age 26

    U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer called for Congress to expand access to medical insurance for children of severely disabled military veterans, proposing they be allowed to stay on their parents' plan until their 26th birthday. "It is only fair that the...

    Bill aims to widen coverage for vets

    U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer will co-sponsor legislation to allow the children of severely disabled veterans to be covered through a federal health insurance program until they are 26, Schumer, D-N.Y., said on Wednesday. The change, estimated by the...