Month: May 2021

NPR: House Democrats Looking At How To Alter Tax Code To Fund Biden’s Infrastructure Plan

There’s growing pressure from some Democrats, though, to just give up all of this bipartisanship talk and just kind of move on. Lloyd Doggett, who’s a Democrat from Texas, cut through the kind of friendly bipartisan talk at that Ways and Means Committee hearing this week to say that it’s useless to agree to fix …

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San Antonio Report: Colleges in San Antonio are getting $236M in federal aid. Half of it will go to students.

The $36 billion for higher education institutions nationwide is “good news for our Dreamers, who have faced so much uncertainty,” U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett said in a statement. “Dreamers” are beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which allowed undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children to stay in the country. …

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Roll Call: Medicare cost crunch raises questions in telehealth debate

Lawmakers in both chambers are starting to move, but signs point to a limited extension of current flexibilities as the most likely outcome. The health panels of both the House Ways and Means and the Energy and Commerce committees recently held hearings on the topic, and Senate Finance Committee leaders are also having discussions. The …

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