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And the senators were rewarded with perhaps the most reassuring of news: There is almost certainly no Ebola in America right
"I would like to see a travel ban," McConnell said. "I think it seems to me to make a lot of sense." Not anymore. A McConnell
WASHINGTON -- Members of Congress took the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to task at a hearing on Ebola Friday
He apparently was referring to the early CDC guidelines that were in effect when Thomas Duncan first showed up at a Dallas
President Barack Obama has rejected the idea of a travel ban, and it is believed he will ask Congress for additional funding
Michael McAuliff covers Congress and politics for The Huffington Post. Talk to him on Facebook. The idea, Frieden and the
Public health experts have warned against the kind of approach advocated by Lummis. Tom Frieden, the director of the Centers