political parties

What if we switch to a single-payer health care system? 
 

Leading candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination are pushing for universal health care, but switching our current system would be a difficult feat. What would have to transpire if the government were to make the switch? Watch as Roll Call explains this seemingly herculean task.

Socialism through the Republican lens
 

Republicans have long used the congressional floor to step on socialism and warn against its rise in the United States. Questioning Democrats loyalty has been a decades-long GOP strategy.

Pelosi focuses on HR1 and the anti-Semitism resolution in weekly presser
 

Speaker Nancy Pelosi opened her weekly press conference on Thursday with comments on HR1 — a sweeping voting rights and ethics overhaul that will get a floor vote on Friday.

SOTU: A brief history
 

Did you know the State of the Union used to be delivered in a thick written report instead of spoken to a joint session of Congress? That minority responses didn’t begin until 1966?

National Party Committees Raise Equal Amounts in March

Both the national party committees reported raising $10 million during March, but the Democrats are still $14 million in debt.  

The DNC Services Corp./Democratic National Committee  reported  receipts of $10,326,226 and disbursements of $7,496,555 during March, leaving $9,793,524 cash on hand as of March 31st, and debts outstanding of $14,125,405.  

Journal Highlights Issues of Lobbying and Campaign Finance

Under the Influence? Probably, if you are involved with lobbying and campaign finance. A new election law journal highlights the current issues.