Congressional Republicans don’t “really care” about extending the Bush tax cuts for the middle class, but are willing to “go to the mat to protect” tax cuts for the wealthy, Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison told ThinkProgress.
In the wake of the Citizens United ruling that allowed for unlimited and undisclosed corporate political spending, many progressives called for a constitutional amendment to overturn it.
U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison wants the National Federation of Independent Business — the organization that filed the legal challenge to the federal Affordable Care Act — to reveal its members and donors.
Rep. Keith Ellison talks with Chris Jansing on MSNBC about a nationwide push to get corporate money out of politics.
Rep. Keith Ellison told Talking Points Memo that he expects a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage in Minnesota will fail when voters head to the polls in November.