Gorsuch will help restore power balance — Sen. Hatch
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), the most senior member of the Judiciary Committee and its former chairman, is arguing that confirmation of President Trump's pick for Supreme Court justice, Neil Gorsuch, is necessary to defend the "proper" separation of powers among branches of government.
Crusading Senate Dems turn to mogul Icahn for answers
A group of Democratic senators have repeatedly tried to get answers from the White House and U.S. EPA about billionaire investor Carl Icahn's role as special regulatory adviser to President Trump.
Dems delay Gorsuch committee vote; Nelson a no
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) today announced that a panel vote on three nominees — including President Trump's Supreme Court pick, Neil Gorsuch — would be postponed a week.
Bicameral hearings will eye impact to small business
Lawmakers in both the House and the Senate this week will review legislative efforts to address the impact of regulations on small businesses.
Conservative groups coalesce around 'Red Tape Rollback'
Four leading conservative groups have joined forces with the Pacific Legal Foundation, a property rights and limited government organization, to promote expanding the use of the Congressional Review Act to roll back regulations.