Spectrum

May 23, 2016

SENATE REPUBLICANS IN WASHINGTON STILL HAVE NO PLANS TO HOLD HEARINGS ON THE SUPREME COURT NOMINEE PUT FORWARD BY PRESIDENT OBAMA


SENATE REPUBLICANS IN WASHINGTON STILL HAVE NO PLANS TO HOLD HEARINGS ON THE SUPREME COURT NOMINEE PUT FORWARD BY PRESIDENT OBAMA.  OHIO DEMOCRATIC SENATOR SHERROD BROWN CONTRASTED THE SENATE'S LACK OF MOVEMENT ON THE ISSUE WITH THE RECENT RULE CHANGE EXPANDING THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO WILL RECIVE OVERTIME WAGES... BROWN SAYS THE LAST TIME A SUPREME COURT HAD A YEAR-LONG VACANCY WAS BECAUSE OF THE CIVIL WAR

Severe Weather Alert


Bookmark and Share
























Minster Concrete
Huelsman Automotive
Messenger Press
Ohio Means Job