Latest Topics

    • -
    • Topics
    • By
    • R
    • V
    • Posted
    • Alabama Senate election winner due to be certified in late December
      The outcome of Alabama's Dec. 12 U.S. Senate election probably will not be certified until Dec. 26 at the earliest, a state official said on Friday, making it unlikely the race will affect major year-end legislation in Congress including Republican tax cuts.

      Republicans hold a slim 52-48 majority in the Senate. A victory by Democrat Doug Jones over Republican Roy Moore, who is facing sexual misconduct allegations, in the Alabama race would cut that margin to 51-49, making it harder for President Donald Trump's party to win congressional passage of major legislation.

      Lawmakers are due to take up legislation on government funding and immigration in December and also will try to pass a sweeping Republican tax cut bill ahead the Dec. 25 Christmas holiday.

      If the Alabama result is not certified until after Christmas, Republicans would have more time to get their legislative goals accomplished regardless of the Alabama contest's outcome.

      [continued]
    • --
    • .
    • 0
    • 15
    • >> 11/18/2017 10:18 AM : .
  • x
    • Waters on another rant...
      ...says we should all step out of the box...still bat shit crazy...:rofl:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33BgXA9utQ8
    • --
    • .
    • 0
    • 30
    • >> 11/18/2017 09:34 AM : .
  • x