Wall Street wins big as Senate votes to roll back regulation allowing consumers to sue their banks - Washington Post  Washington Post  Wall Street wins big as Senate votes to roll back regulation allowing consumers to sue their banksWashington PostVice President Pence cast a tie-breaking vote late Tuesday to block new regulations allowing U.S. consumers to sue their banks handing Wall Street and other big financial institutions their biggest victory since President Trump's election. The…

Wall Street wins big as Senate votes to roll back regulation allowing consumers to sue their banks - Washington Post Washington Post Wall Street wins big as Senate votes to roll back regulation allowing consumers to sue their banksWashington PostVice President Pence cast a tie-breaking vote late Tuesday to block new regulations allowing U.S. consumers to sue their banks handing Wall Street and other big financial institutions their biggest victory since President Trump's election. The…

House approves Keystone pipeline, Senate votes next: House members voted Friday to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, the controversial spigot that would transport Canadian oil to the the Gulf Coast. A Senate vote is expected as early as Tuesday, with outcome far from certain. In the House, the measure passed 252-161, including 31 Democrats voting for its approval. The controversial pipeline next goes to a Senate vote, most likely Tuesday.

House approves Keystone pipeline, Senate votes next

House approves Keystone pipeline, Senate votes next: House members voted Friday to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, the controversial spigot that would transport Canadian oil to the the Gulf Coast. A Senate vote is expected as early as Tuesday, with outcome far from certain. In the House, the measure passed 252-161, including 31 Democrats voting for its approval. The controversial pipeline next goes to a Senate vote, most likely Tuesday.

A bill to block GMO labeling fails key Senate vote

A bill to block GMO labeling fails key Senate vote

While this bill was blocked by farm-state Democrats, the battle will likely resume later.

How Did Your Senator Vote To Send 20 F-16′s Fighter Jets  200 Abram Tanks To The Christian Crucifying Muslim Brotherhood Of Egypt?

Barry And His Rothschild Bilk America GIMMICKS - Obama arming America's Enemies while attempting to Disarm it's Citizens.

President Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives on February 24, 1868. In the end, the Senate voted to acquit President Andrew Johnson by a margin of 35 guilty to 19 not guilty, just one vote short of the two-thirds needed to convict.

17th US President Andrew Johnson

President Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives on February 24, 1868. In the end, the Senate voted to acquit President Andrew Johnson by a margin of 35 guilty to 19 not guilty, just one vote short of the two-thirds needed to convict.

President Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives on February 24, 1868. In the end, the Senate voted to acquit President Andrew Johnson by a margin of 35 guilty to 19 not guilty, just one vote short of the two-thirds needed to convict.

17th US President Andrew Johnson

President Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives on February 24, 1868. In the end, the Senate voted to acquit President Andrew Johnson by a margin of 35 guilty to 19 not guilty, just one vote short of the two-thirds needed to convict.

President Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives on February 24, 1868. In the end, the Senate voted to acquit President Andrew Johnson by a margin of 35 guilty to 19 not guilty, just one vote short of the two-thirds needed to convict.

17th US President Andrew Johnson

President Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives on February 24, 1868. In the end, the Senate voted to acquit President Andrew Johnson by a margin of 35 guilty to 19 not guilty, just one vote short of the two-thirds needed to convict.

Senate votes down proposal to bar gun sales to terrorism suspects - LA Times

Senate votes down proposal to bar gun sales to terrorism suspects

Senate votes down proposal to bar gun sales to terrorism suspects - LA Times

President Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives on February 24, 1868. In the end, the Senate voted to acquit President Andrew Johnson by a margin of 35 guilty to 19 not guilty, just one vote short of the two-thirds needed to convict.

17th US President Andrew Johnson

President Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives on February 24, 1868. In the end, the Senate voted to acquit President Andrew Johnson by a margin of 35 guilty to 19 not guilty, just one vote short of the two-thirds needed to convict.

White House welcomes Senate vote killing consumer rule | Daily Mail Online

White House welcomes Senate vote killing consumer rule

White House welcomes Senate vote killing consumer rule | Daily Mail Online

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