New campaign finance reports will give insight into the candidates’ vastly different spending habits as they headed into their parties’ conventions.
Kendal Unruh is trying to do what 16 Republican presidential candidates and at least three super PACs spending more than $20 million could not do: take down Trump.
Republicans say the administration is spending on health insurance subsidies without congressional authority, raising a question: Could future presidents shift funds as they like?
Lawmakers might be able to clear a measure responding to the heroin crisis, but deals are not expected on spending bills and other items of business.
“We will match them dollar for dollar,” Ken McKay said.
The spending comes as Republican leaders have questioned or denied the established science of human-caused climate change.
Senate Democrats blocked a spending bill that includes $1.1 billion to combat the Zika virus—saying the measure unreasonably excludes women’s health providers such as Planned Parenthood from money for a public health crisis that affects pregnant women.