John Larson

Most Democrats appear to see through the industry's cynical ploy and fully understand that it is spending these vast sums out of pure self-interest, not out of genuine concern for low- and moderate-income families. However, some Democrats want to stop the rulemaking.
"Truly what’s needed is a long-term solution to the problems facing Social Security," Price's budget proposal says. "One
Rep. John Larson (D-Conn.) defeats Republican Matt Corey in the state's 1st District Tuesday. Below, a liveblog of more election
In the last month alone, three bills expanding Social Security have been introduced. The three add to a growing number which see Social Security as the solution to a looming retirement income crisis.
Elizabeth Esty spent the morning of Dec. 14, 2012, in a Washington briefing for newly elected members of Congress until a phone call interrupted. There had been a shooting in Newtown, a quiet, suburban town in Connecticut that was part of the district she had been elected to serve a month earlier.
"There are some days that I wish that I hadn't been at that firehouse, and there are some days when I wish that I hadn't
Shortly before the federal government shut down at midnight on Oct. 1 over a failure to end a partisan impasse on the latest spending bill, Rep. John B. Larson (D-Conn.) lost his cool on the House floor.
(h/t Politico) Shortly before the federal government shut down at midnight on Oct. 1 over a failure to end a partisan impasse
There were at least 17 constitutional amendments introduced in Congress last year to repeal Citizens United and previous
"I look forward to working with my colleagues on the Task Force on Election Reform to craft the strongest bill possible to