Dec 04, 2016

Freedom Caucus on Retreat to Discuss 2017 Policy Priorities

The House Freedom Caucus is on retreat this weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, to discuss policy priorities and ways it can work with the incoming Trump administration, a spokeswoman said. Among the topics the group of roughly 40 conservatives are discussing is a repeal of the 2010 health care law and immigration issues, including enhanced border security, implementing E-Verify and defunding...

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