On Monday, Dr. Harold Pease, an expert on the United States Constitution, stated that the authority in dealing with Obamacare funding belongs to the U.S. House, not the U.S. Senate and that the House is doing this all wrong.
Is Pease saying the House simply needs to prepare an "Omnibus" bill that excludes funding for Obamacare, and present that to the Senate? In effect, that action would combine the piecemeal legislation into one bill.
The piece for Obamacare would then not be included in the Omnibus bill; it would be discarded and not available for consideration for the Senate to fiddle with, that is, nothing there to put back in.
Why did the House not do this in the first place?
posted on 10/03/2013 5:10:48 AM PDT
(Time obliterates the fictions of opinion and confirms the decisions of nature. ~ Cicero)
Yes, it sounds like he’s advocating what the house is doing now by introducing piecemeal funding.
posted on 10/03/2013 6:37:54 AM PDT
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