Problem-Solver’s Daily: The right attitude

THE RIGHT ATTITUDE: Problem Solver Reps. Mark Pocan and Reid Ribble are working across the aisle to solve our nation's problems. “Pocan, a progressive, and Ribble, a conservative, differ on lots of priorities. But they strongly agree on the need for Congress to get more done through consensus,” writes theWisconsin State Journal Editorial Board: Wisconsin State Journal Editorial Board: Ribble, Pocan have the right attitude
EQUAL PAY: President Barack Obama discussed the importance of equal pay for women in the workforce during a speech in Florida on Thursday. “Obama urged Congress to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act but noted that less than 20 percent of congressional seats are held by women,” writes Becky Brittain: Becky Brittain for CNN: President Obama pushes for equal pay for women
THE RIGHT BALANCE: The White House's new round of sanctions against Russia are the right balance between punishing Russian President Vladimir Putin and protecting the economy, officials from top business groups said on Thursday: Erik Wasson for The Hill: Business groups exhale on sanctions
PROBLEM SOLVER BIRTHDAY: Happy birthday to Problem Solver Rep. Jim Matheson! Watch him speak at our Rally to Make Government Work!
NO LABELS RADIO: Tune in to No Labels Radio tomorrow at 10 a.m., Eastern time, on SiriusXM's P.O.T.U.S. (channel 124) as we are joined by Gloria Borger from CNN, John Della Volpe from Harvard University's Institute of Politics and Senate Chaplain Barry C. Black. If you don't have a subscription to SiriusXM, you can listen to clips on our website.
THE DAILY BREAK: Have you seen this video of Rep. John Lewis dancing to Pharrell's ‘Happy'? Check it out!
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STAT OF THE DAY: “Sales of U.S. existing homes slipped in February to their lowest level since July 2012 as severe winter weather, rising prices and a tight supply of homes discouraged buyers. The National Association of Realtors said Thursday that sales declined 0.4 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.6 million. That was the sixth decline in the past seven months,” writes the Associated PressAssociated Press: Sales of US existing homes slip to 19-month low


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