U.S. Senate Wednesday, Jan 15, 2014 10:00 a.m.: Convene and begin a period of morning business. Thereafter, begin consideration of H.J.Res.106, the Short Term Continuing Resolution. Previous Meeting Tuesday, Jan 14, 2014 The Senate convened at 10:00 a.m. and adjourned at 7:11 p.m. 3 record votes were taken.
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An unhinged Chris Matthews exploited another tragedy on Wednesday, connecting the pro-Second Amendment views of Ted Cruz and other Republicans to the shootings of two prosecutors in Texas. The Hardball anchor began by dredging up failed Senate candidate Sharron Angle's three-year-old reference to "Second Amendment remedies." Matthews connected, "If that was frightening enough for you, how about what's happening in Colorado and Texas?...In Texas, two prosecutors were killed, a third has now pulled out of a case against the Aryan brotherhood of Texas for, quote, 'security reasons.'"