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Republicans slam him for disclosing proceedings.
"I will remain a proud cheerleader and champion for this awesome state that I love," she says.
Prospects dim for long-term unemployment legislation as the chamber prepares for recess.
"I would be happy to get her coffee, or carry her luggage," the actress says in an interview.
The former state attorney general is in a three-way primary for the Republican Senate nomination.
The singer tweets a link to "HealthCare.org" as he enters the West Wing.
"You don't want to ruin a kid's life for having a joint," he said during "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
She also says she does not know how many enrollees have paid their premiums.
He is slated to speak at an April 10 fundraiser for his daughter's mother-in-law.
The president aims to raise the threshold for workers to be covered by overtime protections.
He says voters in Florida rejected Obamacare.
She says it has called attention to Obamacare.
He calls President Obama's appearance on the Funny or Die video "a little bit desperate."
His approval rating fell to 41 percent in March from 43 percent in January, the poll says.
RedState Women attempts to show that Democrats don't have a monopoly on females in politics.
The emails appear to discuss the internal review at the core of a CIA-Congress row.
The party is scrambling to launch a counteroffensive in time for the 2014 midterms.