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How the Trump era is changing the federal bureaucracy

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Nearly a year into his takeover of Washington, President Trump has made a significant down payment on his campaign pledge to shrink the federal bureaucracy, a shift long sought by conservatives that could eventually bring the workforce down to levels not seen in decades. By the end of September, all Cabinet departments except Homeland Security, […]

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McSally: Why I voted for the House’s tax reform bill

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Congresswoman: Taxpayers deserve a tax code that is simpler, flatter and fairer. The House’s tax reform plan does that. (Photo: Tom Tingle/The Republic) Families today are working more but can afford less. Throughout the United States, the cost of college, health care and housing have each outpaced wage growth in the past decade. Sixty-three percent of […]

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Tracking Congress In The Age Of Trump

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An updating tally of how often every member of the House and the Senate votes with or against the president. Martha McSally R Republican representative for Arizona’s 2nd District Trump score How often McSally votes in line with Trump’s position Trump margin Trump’s share of the vote in the 2016 election in Arizona’s 2nd District […]

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When Someone Says, “It’s Not a Woman’s Job,” Prove Them Wrong. Congresswoman Martha McSally has faced sexism, hostility, and threats for her entire career. But she refuses to back down.

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By Martha McSally Oct 10, 2017 Growing up I was told I could be anything I wanted to be. There were no limitations restraining me just because I was a girl. Then I joined the military. When I started at the Air Force Academy, I found out that I couldn’t be a fighter pilot simply […]