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In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, gridlock is on the rise, it is not unthinkable for a budget agreement to happen between the House and Senate and student loan rates could lead to a hyper-partisan fight.

Democrats and Republicans can't even agree on baby names!

Washington is at a standstill as no one is willing to reach across the aisle. Citizens around the country may have a wide variety of emotions when thinking about the gridlock, but animals are also showing their frustrations toward Washington.

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.

In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, states are getting redder and bluer, student loan rates are set to double and Problem Solver Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney is focusing on doable projects.

In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, Washington needs to return to regular order, details are emerging from the gang of eight negotiations and the majority of the country is angry with Congress.

In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, there are budget battles ahead, Congress might be breaking the partisan ice and Republicans are welcoming President Obama's outreach.

In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, a budget might be passed this year, Mark McKinnon lays out what he wanted to hear from Obama's inauguration speech and party is currently trumping country.

In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, Reps. Reid Ribble and Peter Welch discuss joining the problem solvers, there is no end in site for the fighting in Washington and tune in tomorrow to watch Gov. Jon Huntsman and Sen. Joe Manchin on Sunday morning talk shows.

In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, there are mixed feelings about the 113th Congress, calling Congress a clown show is an insult to clowns and Bill Galston says leaders can govern more effectively.

Problem Solvers

  • Andy Barr
  • John Barrow
  • Mark Begich
  • Ami  Bera
  • Sanford Bishop
  • Diane Black
  • Bruce Braley
  • Julia Brownley
  • Larry Bucshon
  • Cheri Bustos
  • Tony Cardenas
  • Robert P. Casey, Jr.
  • Joaquin Castro
  • David  Cicilline
  • Mike Coffman
  • Paul Cook
  • Jim Cooper
  • Jim Costa
  • Rodney Davis
  • John Delaney
  • Jeff Denham
  • Charlie Dent
  • Sean Duffy
  • Elizabeth Esty

From the Blog

  • March 24, 2015
    No Labels
    What could possibly cause the senators to stay up past their bedtime? The not-quite-yearly but still semi-frequent budget reconciliation.
  • March 23, 2015
    Nick Laughlin
    Much like your irresponsible sibling, the federal government can't resist spending even when the money isn't there. In order to maintain this habit, the government consistently borrows money from others, including countries like China. The result of this borrowing is an ever-growing mountain of debt.

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