Despite promises from top leaders to adopt a different approach, House Republicans have started dreading a trillion-dollar “omnibus” spending bill post elections, according to The Hill.
Instead of spending the end of the August touring battleground states, Hillary Clinton is on a fundraising marathon to pay for her fall fight against Donald Trump. Her absence has kept her from turning the page on controversies involving her emails and the Clinton Foundation. Julianna Goldman has more.
As campaign documents revealed a spending gap between Mr. Trump and Hillary Clinton, some Republican leaders called for focusing resources on candidates down the ballot.
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.