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Senator Richard Burr joins Bo Thompson to talk about the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, what’s next for SCOTUS, and the ramifications for the 2016 Presidential & U.S. Senate Elections.
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Sen. Richard Burr plans to introduce new legislation Tuesday that he said will ensure military families have the same expectation of quality child care no matter the service or installation.
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This week, Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen is set to appear before the Senate Finance Committee, and yet again, the IRS is in a sorry state. As more reports of the IRS unfairly targeting Americans come to light, taxpayers are dumbfounded about what they see as a lack of accountability at the agency and its inability to clean out bad employees. But the problem is worse than that. In hundreds of cases over a three year period, the IRS has actually hired back employees it had previously fired.
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A group of Republican Senators is pressing legislation that would grant the IRS commissioner new authority to fire high-ranking employees for poor performance or misconduct.
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