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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

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From National Journal's Congress team.

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Border funding bill passes, but only after moderates force a close vote on blocking Obama policy.

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Unlike in the House, Senate Republicans seem more concerned with homeland security funding than fighting Obama.

House GOP Makes an Aggressive Opening Bet on Immigration

Republicans want to attack a signature Obama program, but it's not clear the Senate will play along.

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Moderate Democrats showed support for the controversial oil-sands project during a key vote Friday.

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