Blackburn & Colleagues Urge Biden To Evacuate Americans, Eligible Partners From Afghanistan

U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn And Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) Along With 14 Of Their Colleagues Sent A Letter To President Joe Biden On Thursday, August 19th Urging Him To Fulfill His “Solemn Responsibility To Evacuate All American Citizens And Afghan Partners Without Respect To Arbitrary Timelines Dictated By The Taliban.”

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Blackburn, Rubio, Senate GOP Lead Resolution Supporting Cuban People

U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn And Marco Rubio Led A Senate Resolution In Support Of The Cuban People As They Protest Six Decades of Repression And Tyranny Under the Castro And Díaz-Canel Regimes.

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Senator Blackburn Introduces Women’s Right To Know Act

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn Introduces The Woman’s Right To Know Act To Protect The Health Of Pregnant Women And Unborn Children By Providing Adequate Medical Information For Informed Consent Before Abortions.

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Republican Lawmakers Testify At Senate Hearing Against Equality Act

The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee This Week Heard Testimony On HR 5, The Equality Act, Which Passed The House Earlier This Month. Several Republican Lawmakers Testified Against The Bill, Including Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn, Mississippi Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford, & Missouri Rep. Vicky Hartzler.

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Objection To Arizona’s Electoral College Result Fails In Both U.S. Senate And House

U.S. Senate Votes 93-6 Against Objection To Arizona’s Electoral College Vote And House Of Representatives Votes Against, 303-121.

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At Dalton Rally, Trump Garners Support For Opposition Of Electoral College Vote

At Dalton, GA rally, President Trump promises he will “fight like hell” to hold on to the presidency and appealed to Republican lawmakers to reverse his election loss to Joe Biden when they convene tomorrow, January 6th, to confirm the Electoral College vote.

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Electoral College Votes In Some States To Be Opposed By 11 U.S. Senators

Eleven U.S. Senators now say they will challenge some states’ Electoral College votes on Jan. 6 when the Joint Session of Congress begins. So far, roughly 140 U.S. Representatives have indicated they will object on Jan. 6.

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