Senate Democrats introduced legislation on Wednesday that would ban marketing electronic cigarettes to teens.
Ukraine was the primary focus of each Sunday news program as protestors and the government move towards a transitional government.
Democrats tried on Sunday to spin news from the latest Congressional Budget Office (CBO), which found that over 2 million workers would eventually limit work hours in order to avoid losing federal health care subsidies.
After accusing actors and actresses of “killing” their fans for using electronic cigarettes at the Golden Globes, a handful of Senate Democrats are not stopping their crusade, vowing a crackdown on the smoking simulators.
Lawmakers expressed confidence Sunday that a budget deal will be reached before Dec. 13, when the House of Representatives is expected to adjourn.
Events over the weekend have made the likelihood of a deal by Oct. 17 appear increasingly uncertain as Democrats seek an agreement that includes removing budget caps and raising the sequester levels established in the 2011 Budget Control Act.
A leading corporate backer of the American Legislative Exchange Council rebuffed an inquiry by a leading Democratic senator into the nature of its support for the organization.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D., Ill.) responded to a Wall Street Journal editorial that criticized his call for private companies to disclose if they financed a conservative non-profit that supported stand-your-ground legislation.