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News and Articles About Congress
Tech Giants Throw More Money Than Ever at Washington Lobbyists
New figures suggest that lobby spending by tech leaders like Google and Facebook amounted to a massive $61 million in 2013.
More Bad News for Patent Trolls
On Monday, both the Supreme Court and New York State took a crack at trolling.
Internet Activists Plan Day of Action to Protest Mass Surveillance
Members of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Demand Progress and activists at large will mobilize on Feb. 11 to protest the NSA's surveillance tactics.
Millionaires Are Now the Majority Party in Congress
For the first time ever, more than half of U.S. congressmen are worth $1 million or more, even as wages have remained stagnant for many Americans.
Brian Patrick Eha
To Help Small Business, Cut Regulation
The regulatory burden on small businesses is now higher than it was when President Obama took office. Circumstances must change.
Why the Postal Service Can't Capitalize on the Christmas Shipping Woes
This should be the time for the Postal Service to shine, but regulations and Congress won't let it seize competitive ground.
House Passes Anti-Patent Troll Bill, Sends to Senate
The Innovation Act sailed through a first vote on Capitol Hill today, but faces challenges before becoming law.
Entrepreneurs Want Patent Trolls Gone, But Current Legislation Is Sloppy
The House of Representatives is expected to take up the Innovation Act today, but stakeholders fear that the increased paperwork required by the bill would be counterproductive.
Biggest Tech Companies Team Up to Object to Government Spying
Caught in the controversy over government surveillance, the biggest technology companies ally to get Congress to rein in spying.
The Road Ahead For Entrepreneurs And Tax Reform
Tax reform is happening. Kind of. And slowly. Here are some predictions of how it might all play out.
With Shutdown and Shootout, Washington D.C. Businesses Report Significant Losses
In Day 4 of the federal government shutdown, many D.C.-area businesses are struggling to cope with reduced sales.
Obama Says Shutdown Is Hurting Small Businesses
Today, the president traveled to M. Luis Construction in Rockville, Md., to deliver his latest in a series of strongly-worded attacks against House Republicans regarding the government shutdown.
Government Shutdown: What You Need to Know
Confused about the government shutdown? Here's a look at which agencies are affected and what you can expect from Congress in the days and weeks to come.
John W. Schoen
Government Shutdown Would Close Pipelines of Credit to Main Street Businesses
As Republicans and Democrats draw battle lines in the sand, small businesses seeking capital may be left in the cold.
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