1. Washington Ends 2014 on a High Note
  2. LaTourette on the Lame Duck
  3. Shakeup in the Senate and a Lame Duck Preview
  4. Congressman LaTourette's post-election wrap up: Will Congress and President Obama be willing to “dance?”
  5. Special Extended Election Preview!


  1. This Week in Washington -- December 19, 2014

    This week, the Senate put the final wrap on the lame-duck session. Saturday the Senate approved the CROmnibus spending package that had been approved in the House last week–but not before a delay led by conservative Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).

  2. This Week in Washington -- December 12, 2014

    On Thursday morning, House Republican leadership narrowly cleared a major hurdle in their race to keep the government open, winning a key procedural vote on a massive spending bill.

  3. The Atlantic | The Tax That Dare Not Be Hiked

    In theory, advocates of an infusion of spending to fix the nation's crumbling roads and bridges have found the perfect political moment.

  4. This Week in Washington -- December 5, 2014

    House Republicans are poised to avert a government shut down, but likely not without the help of House Democrats.

  5. This Week in Washington -- November 21, 2014

    Finally making good on threatened executive action on immigration, last night, President Obama delivered the largest protection for undocumented immigrants in nearly 30 years.

  6. The News-Herald | Perry Village officials name park roadway after LaTourette

    He helped Perry Village officials build their first and only park 13 years ago, and soon park-goers will see Steve LaTourette’s name when they drive into Lee Lydic Park.

  7. Government Executive | Republicans See an Upside to a Government Shutdown Over Immigration

    President Obama will act unilaterally on immigration Thursday night, a move that will spin Republicans into a frenzy as they access their options to stop the administration from halting the deportations of millions of undocumented immigrants.

  8. This Week in Washington -- November 14, 2014

    As the dust continues to settle from the mid-term elections, Congress returned to work this week to begin the lame duck session.

  9. This Week in Washington: Special Election Wrap Up Edition -- November 7, 2014

    Control of the House of Representatives was never in question - Republicans were expected to not only hold the House but to actually expand on their majority.

  10. This Week in Washington: Special Election Preview Edition -- October 31, 2014

    Control of the House of Representatives is not in question, indeed there is almost unanimity among election watchers that Republicans will not only hold the House but actually increase their margin. The question, of course, is how many seats will the Republicans gain?