Problem-Solver’s Daily: Perfect attendance

PERFECT ATTENDANCE: U.S. Senators miss about 2.5 percent of all votes during their time in office. Only Sen. Susan Collins has participated in every vote during her tenure in office. Lawmakers should make sure they do what they have been elected to do — govern: Emma Roller and Stephanie Stamm for National Journal: The Best and Worst Attendance Records in the Senate
STILL A CHANCE: Few big pieces of legislation are expected to be passed by Congress this year, but immigration reform may still have a chance. One of the reasons this issue may not be dead yet is Speaker John Boehner's urging for his party to take on the issue: Gerald F. Seib for The Wall Street Journal: Three Reasons Immigration Reform Could Pass in 2014
NO LABELS RADIO: Arianna Huffington spoke with Gov. Jon Huntsman and Sen. Joe Manchin about her new book, Thrive, on No Labels Radio last weekend. Listen to the segment here.
THE DAILY BREAK: Stressed? Check out these relaxing images.
STAT OF THE DAY: Gallup‘s U.S. Job Creation Index continued to climb to +25 in April from +23 in March. The index is based on employee reports of hiring and layoffs at their workplaces: Rebecca Riffkin for Gallup: U.S. Job Creation Continues to Rise in April


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