GOP dismisses hostile town halls as angry constituents demand policy answers

Voters are going out in droves to speak with their elected representatives and hold them accountable for upcoming policy changes. After the 2016 election forced voters to consider choosing two of the least popular candidates in history, many people across the US are looking more toward speaking with their local governments – whether they like it or not.

Maryland’s military weapons ban upheld by federal appeals court

Laws against assault weapons and large-capacity magazines in Maryland were upheld on Tuesday when a Court of Appeals overturned a previous ruling on the ban. While the 4th Circuit Court in Richmond, Virginia ruled strongly in favor of the ban, the four dissenting judges believed that their counterparts had undermined the Second Amendment.

16 CEOs urge Congress to pass ‘big & bold’ tax reform, including border tax

Calling themselves the “American Made Coalition,” CEOs from some of the US’s largest companies, including Boeing, Dow Chemical, General Electric and Pfizer sent a letter Tuesday to endorse tax reforms that President Donald Trump campaigned on during the 2016 election.