Susan Ferrechio, Washington Examiner

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Past articles by Susan:

In blow to Democrats, Senate parliamentarian strikes immigration from Build Back Better

The Senate parliamentarian dealt a significant blow to Democrats seeking to pass a $1.85 trillion social welfare and green energy bill, ruling that the measure cannot include a provision that would legalize millions of workers now living illegally in the United States. → Read More

House riot panel advances contempt resolution against Trump's former chief of staff

A House panel tasked with investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol voted Monday to advance contempt charges against former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. → Read More

House plans debt limit vote this week as deadline looms

Vice President Kamala Harris has been described as a “bully” 
in a new report that details her as the “common denominator” 
behind a recent exodus of staffers. → Read More

Republicans block defense bill, stalling Schumer's December spending sprint

Senate Republicans on Monday blocked a critical defense spending and policy bill, demanding more time to consider amendments, including one related to a Russian fuel pipeline. → Read More

House passes expensive social spending bill that now faces big Senate hurdles

The House of Representatives on Friday passed President Joe Biden’s $1.85 trillion Build Back Better Act, sending the measure to the Senate, where major hurdles could significantly change, or even halt, the legislation. → Read More

Pelosi pulls off infrastructure win for Biden

Speaker Nancy Pelosi wrestled her reluctant liberal faction into voting to pass a bipartisan infrastructure package, providing President Joe Biden with a desperately needed legislative victory. → Read More

Manchin pitches 'patriotic' 15% billionaires tax

Sen. Joe Manchin, a key centrist Democrat negotiating the party’s massive social welfare spending bill, criticized a new plan to tax billionaires but came up with his own formula. → Read More

Democrats release spending plan that cuts border security and funds abortion

Senate Democrats, facing a December deadline to pass fiscal 2022 spending bills, unveiled the legislation on Monday, immediately causing uproar among GOP lawmakers. → Read More

Democrats set up spending showdowns next week

House and Senate Democrats are preparing for a string of spending showdowns that could blow up the Biden agenda and leave the party even more politically vulnerable ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. → Read More

Pelosi pushes speedy timeline to pass massive spending package

Top Democrats won’t waste any time advancing a massive social welfare spending package when they reconvene this month. → Read More

Senate passes bipartisan infrastructure bill ahead of battle over budget

The Senate passed a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package after months of negotiations and days of floor debate, sending the bill to the House, where Democrats say they’ll consider it in September alongside a much larger bill that would pay for a broad array of social welfare programs. → Read More

Top Republican: GOP won't help raise debt limit to fund $3.5 trillion spending package

The top Senate Republican pledged Monday to oppose a massive spending package Democrats plan to greenlight in a budget vote this week. → Read More

Senate advances $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill

The Senate voted to advance a $1.2 trillion infrastructure measure, setting up final passage as soon as this weekend. → Read More

Senate plans Wednesday vote on bipartisan infrastructure package

The Senate has the votes to advance a bipartisan infrastructure package costing $1.2 trillion tonight, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced Wednesday. → Read More

Republicans signal trouble ahead of Wednesday test vote on infrastructure

Senate Republicans said they do not plan to vote to advance a $1 trillion infrastructure package on Wednesday unless they see the text of the legislation and the two parties can agree on how to pay for the plan. → Read More

Top Republican names five lawmakers to serve on House riot committee

Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has named five Republicans to sit on a special House committee tasked with investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol. → Read More

Democrats launch riot committee hearing with testimony from police

U.S. Capitol and D.C. Police will be the first to testify before a new House committee created to investigate the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol. → Read More

Republicans work to tie Democrats to inflation

Massive spending by Democrats and President Joe Biden has caused skyrocketing prices for gas and other consumer goods, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told fellow Republicans in a letter that pledged to “hold Democrats to account for their reckless handling of the economy.” → Read More

Road race: Democrats force vote on fragile bipartisan infrastructure deal

Republicans say Chuck Schumer is rushing the process and putting the deal in jeopardy. → Read More

'100% hypocrite': Ousted Steve King slams McCarthy’s soft Cheney treatment

Former Rep. Steve King, who lost his seat in a GOP primary after Republican leaders stripped him of his House committee assignments, called out House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy for going easy on Trump critic Liz Cheney. → Read More