Ebola travel ban

Scott Brown Gains on Shaheen in New Hampshire

Maggie Haberman, Politico

Brown has done everything he can to nationalize the campaign — becoming the first Senate candidate to run an ad on immigration and the border crisis. He has also hit Shaheen over Islamic State terrorism and pushed her to call for a travel ban to contain Ebola.

Scott Brown Rips Obama and Shaheen on Executive Amnesty

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

New Hampshire’s GOP U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown ripped Obama's planned executive amnesty and said his opponent isn’t doing anything to stop it. Brown’s nationalizing of this race is lifting his candidacy as well as those of other New Hampshire Republicans.

New Poll Shows Brown Within Three Points in NH

Michael Warren, The Weekly Standard

A new poll of the New Hampshire Senate  race finds Republican Scott Brown within three points of Democrat Jeanne Shaheen. On Saturday Brown reiterated his support for a travel ban to and from those West African countries where Ebola virus inspection is widespread.

Democrat Called for Ebola Travel Ban in July; Obama Ignored It

Michael Patrick Leahy, Breitbart

On July 29, Representative Alan Grayson (D-FL) became the first member of Congress to formally call on the Obama administration to ban travel from the three countries in West Africa experiencing Ebola outbreaks. As expected, the Obama Administration did nothing.

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Boehner and McConnell Must Lead on Ebola

Erick Erickson, Red State

This should be a no brainer. In an election year when the GOP will not even offer the hint of an agenda because they are playing it safe, this is a safe play. They should show leadership on this issue where Barack Obama is failing to lead.