House of Representatives passed Rep. Paul Gosar’s House Joint Resolution 7, to end coronavirus national emergency proclaimed three years ago at start of pandemic.
Now back in the majority, House Republicans on Jan. 31 passed a series of bills related to the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccines.
Group of House Republicans reintroduced bill requiring U.S. to defund U.N. agencies — and recoup past contributions — on grounds of financing mass migration.
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley will introduce new legislation to ban TikTok in the U. S.. Hawley's No TikTok on Government Devices Act was signed into law last year.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee introduced Leading Against White Supremacy Act of 2023, a bill that criminalizes speech around certain topics labeling it “hate speech.”
H.R. 140 bill prohibits Biden officials and fed bureaucrats from using authority or influence to promote censorship of speech or to pressure social media to censor speech.
The House of Representatives voted late Monday to rescind over $70 billion to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the first bill under the 118th Congress.
House Republicans approved and adopted a major rules package with reforms they say will restore accountability and transparency for the American public.
Newly elected House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) says that the first bill he wants to see passed is one to cut back funding for 87,000 new IRS agents.
Tough negotiations in Congress ended with Kevin McCarthy as House speaker and compromises, including 7 conservative bills guaranteed to be put to a vote.
California's new regulations give private citizens ability to sue anyone who imports, distributes, manufactures, or sells assault firearms, homemade weapons, ghost guns, or .50 BMP rifles.
House of Representatives passed the “Puerto Rico Status Act” in mid-Dec, led by Rep. Raúl Grijalva. The symbolic bill could be brought up again in the new Congress.
Rep. Steve Scalise revealed list of legislation he will bring up for Republicans to consider on the House floor when they assume control of the lower chamber.
Rep. Brian Seitz is sponsoring a bill that would require state lawmakers to scrutinize and, potentially disregard, some presidential executive orders.