THOMAS Top Ten for 7/27/2014 | THOMAS (Library of Congress)

  1. H.R. 3230 [113th]
    Veterans’ Access to Care through Choice, Accountability, and Transparency Act of 2014
  2. S. 2569 [113th]
    Bring Jobs Home Act
  3. H.R. 4719 [113th]
    America Gives More Act of 2014
  4. H.R. 803 [113th]
    Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
  5. H.R. 5021 [113th]
    Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2014
  6. S. 744 [113th]
    Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act
  7. S. 2631 [113th]
    A bill to prevent the expansion of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program unlawfully created by Executive memorandum on August 15, 2012
  8. H.R. 5016 [113th]
    Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act, 2015
  9. H.R. 3136 [113th]
    Advancing Competency-Based Education Demonstration Project Act of 2013
  10. H.R. 3393 [113th]
    Student and Family Tax Simplification Act

via THOMAS Top Ten for 7/27/2014 – THOMAS (Library of Congress).

U.S. regulator questions Verizon plan to slow data speeds for some | Reuters

“It is disturbing to me that Verizon Wireless would base its ‘network management’ on distinctions among its customers’ data plans,

rather than on network architecture or technology. … I know of no past Commission statement that would treat as ‘reasonable network management’ a decision to slow traffic to a user who has paid, after all, for ‘unlimited’ service.”

via U.S. regulator questions Verizon plan to slow data speeds for some | Reuters.

House votes to sue President Obama over claims of presidential power | Washington Times

The details of the lawsuit itself were almost an afterthought, but under the resolution passed Wednesday, House attorneys can be directed to file suit challenging Mr. Obama’s decision to issue waivers of his own health care law’s “employer mandate,” which was supposed to require large companies to provide insurance for their employees or else face fines.

via House votes to sue President Obama over claims of presidential power – Washington Times.