On today's Problem-Solver's Daily, how can President Obama restore faith in the government, the filibuster is back in the news and an across-the-aisle retweet shows that both sides can agree on issues.
One by one, 19 members of the No Labels Problem Solvers stood up on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives to tell their colleagues, constituents and all of America that they are committed to working across the aisle with No Labels.
In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, problems with the government process are causing gridlock, immigration bills are at different points and Harry Reid is pushing back the confirmation process for President Obama's remaining nominees.
In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, the debt ceiling showdown in 2011 cost $1.3 billion, the gang of eight's immigration bill is close to coming to the Senate floor and Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick joins the Problem Solvers.
Without any sort of urgency, the debt-ceiling deal that suspended the borrowing limit for our federal government expired this weekend and the Treasury Department has to now employ ‘extraordinary measures’ to avoid defaulting on our debt. If the story sounds familiar, it’s because it is.