Congressional Climate June 25, 2015

Congressional Climate Bill Tracking
H.R. 255 - Next Generation American Manufacturing Act of 2015
S. 177 - Data Security and Breach Notification Act of 2015
H.R. 522 - Commission on the Accountability and Review of Federal Agencies 
H.R. 612 To preserve and protect the free choice of individual employees to form, join, or assist labor organizations, or to refrain from such activities.
H.R. 467 - STEM Opportunities Act of 2015
H.R. 616 - To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to provide for reforms to the EB-5 immigrant investor program, and for other purposes.
S. 191 - Educating Tomorrow's Workforce Act of 2015
S. 108 - Financial Aid Simplification and Transparency Act of 2015 []
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Today's Hill Action
Senate Floor Schedule 
The Senate is not in session today.
Committee Hearings
There are no committee hearings scheduled today.
House Floor Schedule 
The House is not in session today.
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ObamaCare chief wins GOP raves
Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell is one of President Obama's
most liked appointees - despite leading his most embattled department.
On the cusp of the critical Supreme Court King v. Burwell ObamaCare decision that
will put her in the history books, Burwell is earning raves from her political opponents
one year into her job.
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House GOP freshman president survives threat
Rep. Ken Buck's position as president of the House GOP's freshman class is safe 
- at least for now.
House GOP freshmen have decided not to oust the Colorado Republican as their class
president, said lawmakers leaving a hastily called emergency meeting Thursday morning.
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Fast track: Winners and losers
The Senate on Wednesday approved fast-track authority for President Obama, delivering
a significant second-term victory that could help the White House finish negotiations
on a sweeping pact with 11 other Pacific Rim nations.
The action caps a months-long battle between congressional Democrats and Obama, 
who relied on GOP leaders to move forward with his agenda.
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