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Rachel Roubein

Staff Correspondent

rroubein@nationaljournal.com

Rachel Roubein is a Staff Correspondent at National Journal covering Congress. She previously covered health and human services at Carroll County Times in Westminster, Maryland, where she won awards for her Affordable Care Act coverage and state government, health and investigative reporting.

Rachel is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a major in journalism and minors in Spanish and international development and conflict management. She hails from the South/Midwest.

Latest From Rachel Roubein

After Schock Scandal, House Will Review Expense Rules

The House Administration Committee will study the way members are allowed to use their office budgets.

Ethics Committee Launches Investigation of Ed Whitfield

The panel will probe whether his wife, a Humane Society lobbyist, improperly influenced his legislative work.

What Gets Senators Through Vote-a-rama? Calories, Coffee and Alcohol.

The budget will never become law. But on the bright side, there's lots of food, and it's Happy Hour somewhere.

House Overwhelmingly Approves Bipartisan Medicare-Reform Bill

Now the "doc-fix" deal heads to the Senate, where its odds seem to be improving.

Despite Party's Official Stance, Some Republicans Still Won't Put Staff on Obamacare Exchanges

Despite the caucus's decision, not all Republican committee chairs plan to follow along.

The U.S. Military Is Charging Bowe Bergdahl With Desertion

The charges against the Army sergeant are expected to come Thursday afternoon.

House Republican Leaders Get a Rare Win. But It Could Be Short-Lived.

After months of chaos, the GOP got the ball rolling on a budget that still has an uncertain future in the Senate.

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