Foundations have long dominated the political landscape in Washington.
Their influence is even stronger today, as they have grown larger and become more political entities.
Some are big business interests, and others are advocacy groups or advocacy organizations for the public good.
Foundations, with their huge reach and financial resources, have become increasingly powerful.
Below is a list of the top 10 political-action committees (PACs) in the country.
The most prominent of these is the National Republican Congressional Committee, and its super PAC, the Congressional Leadership Fund, which is the second largest in terms of its donors and has been able to raise money through the 2016 presidential election.
These PACs have helped to elect a handful of Republicans to Congress, and they have helped the party maintain control of the House.
While the top two PACs on this list have a combined $1.4 billion in spending, the top three PACs are smaller and less well-funded.
The PAC supporting President Donald Trump, the Republican National Committee, has spent less than half that amount, but the group has been responsible for the most significant legislative victories.
Trump has been more successful than his Democratic predecessor, Barack Obama, in the House, which has passed more legislation than any other chamber in the U.S. in the past five years.
The RNC, which took over the reins of the party after the election of Donald Trump as the party’s nominee, has been in control of key committees that oversee a wide range of issues, including health care, taxes, immigration and environmental issues.
They also oversee the Republican Party’s legislative agenda, including legislation on tax reform, border security, and infrastructure.
The committee has been an effective force for Democrats in the Senate, and some Republicans are considering switching to the RNC to keep control of their Senate majority.
But the RNC is also the vehicle for the Republican majority in the 113th Congress.
This is a new political reality for the RNC, as it is also controlled by the Democratic National Committee.
The DNC has been the main force behind the efforts of the Democrats in Congress to pass the ACA.
The ACA is a healthcare law that President Donald J. Trump signed into law in March.
It has expanded health coverage to more people, and is credited with reducing the number of uninsured Americans by nearly 15 million, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates.
While there are a number of differences between the two parties’ healthcare policies, the ACA has been a huge success for the Trump administration.
The GOP has struggled to pass its own version of the bill, as Trump has resisted any kind of major legislative overhaul, and the GOP has also struggled to win over a broad swath of the public.
The Democrats have also been unable to pass their own version.
But despite the lack of progress, both parties are moving toward legislation that would make changes to the ACA, and in some cases, make major changes to it.
The Senate passed a bill in March that would replace the ACA with a system that would take into account people’s preexisting conditions.
The House passed a similar bill in September that would expand Medicaid eligibility for the poor.
The legislation, which passed both chambers in March, also included funding for Medicaid expansion, which would increase the number and size of Medicaid recipients.
But some Republicans have questioned whether the new Medicaid expansion would be enough to address the uninsured population.
The CBO projects that, over the next decade, the Medicaid expansion will reduce the number, size and complexity of the program, leading to more states dropping it entirely.
Meanwhile, the House bill also would expand the availability of certain federal subsidies for individuals and families making less than $30,000 a year.
This would give the poorest Americans more money to help them afford premiums on policies that have a higher deductibles and co-pays, and it would provide subsidies for low-income individuals who earn too little to qualify for the ACA’s tax credits.
Democrats have expressed support for these proposals, but Republicans have objected to the idea of providing subsidies for people making too little money to qualify, and their opposition to them has led to a stalemate in the talks.
The Congressional Progressive Caucus, which represents moderate Republicans, has said that the Medicaid proposal would only affect low- and middle-income Americans and is unrealistic.
Republicans have also called the proposal unrealistic.
But Democrats have not been willing to compromise on the Medicaid issue, as a major part of their political strategy in the midterm elections was to use the ACA as a political wedge to push for tax reform.
The tax reform bill passed in December 2017, by a vote of 242 to 205, included tax reform that was strongly supported by the public and included tax cuts for middle- and upper-income earners.
The bill also included a $1,500 tax credit for people with income up to $150,000.
The plan was supported by a wide swath of economists and by the Joint Committee on Taxation, which projects that it will raise $1 trillion over the coming decade.
The major sticking point is the elimination of the