Saturday, September 26, 2015

Truth Team Digest: News stories you don't want to miss

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U.S., China to expand on climate pact
The Hill // Timothy Cama

The United States and China will announce new commitments Friday to expand on last year's major joint agreement on climate change, including through a cap-and-trade system for China.

Obama has vastly changed the face of the federal bureaucracy
Washington Post // Juliet Eilperin

Obama has presided over the most demographically diverse administration in history, according to a new analysis of his top appointments. The majority of top policy appointments within the executive branch are held by women and minorities for the first time in history.

Feds say nearly 18 million now insured through Obamacare
USA TODAY // Jayne O'Donnell

Nearly 18 million people have gained health insurance thanks to the Affordable Care Act, but 10.5 million more uninsured could sign up for plans on state and federal exchanges, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell said Tuesday.

McConnell on track to set record for futility
Politico // Burgess Everett

On Tuesday, the Senate majority leader again forced a vote on a bill to fund the Defense Department -- and again it failed due to a Democratic filibuster. The roll call marked the fifth time McConnell (R-Ky.) has held a fruitless procedural re-do on legislation, the most in a year since 1997, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service.

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