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Since a leaked draft of a Supreme Court decision that would appear to overturn Roe v. Wade appeared last week, Senate Majority…

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Politico had released a story that has captured the attention of Americans on both sides of…

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Late last night, Politico released a story on a leaked Supreme Court opinion draft. This draft…

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On Thursday, the Senate held a historic vote on the first African American woman nominated to hold a…

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In 1919, a Christmas tree was purchased for the U.S. Capitol Grounds. However, there are no other records…

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On Monday, President Biden presented his FY 2023 budget request to Congress. He spoke to the media regarding…

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The second day of questioning in the confirmation hearings for Ketanji Brown Jackson has been rather eventful. Nominee…

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While violence at these volatile school board meetings has been at a minimum, verbal outbursts and potential threats to board members by parents has prompted the involvement of the United States Attorney General, Merrick Garland. The Department of Justice, at the behest of Garland, released a memo that has both shocked and dismayed parents across the United States.
When studying Congress facts, we learn the entity was not established immediately after the end of the American Revolution.
A bill known as the Freedom to Vote Act earned 51 no votes and 49 yes votes. The initial the bill, called the For the People Act when it was brought to the Senate in March, was passed in the House of Congress where the Democrats retain a majority. The bill then went to the Senate. It did not pass in large part because Senate Republicans choose to filibuster it.
On Monday, West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin held a press conference where he addressed the infrastructure bill and the Biden spending bill which seem to be at a standstill on Capitol Hill.