Biden Nominee Faces ‘Eco-Terrorist’ Allegations Ahead Of Hearing

President Joe Biden’s Nominee To Lead The Bureau Of Land Management Will Sit For A Nomination Hearing Thursday, Where She Is Expected To Face Pushback From Republicans Who Have Called For Her Nomination To Be Withdrawn.

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Biden Pitches Crime Plan As Urban Violence Rises

Biden Met Monday With Attorney General Merrick Garland And Other Law Enforcement And Community Leaders From Around The Nation As A Surge In Violent Crime Continues In The Nation’s Largest Cities.

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Federal Bill Would Ban Vaccine Database In Response To Biden’s ‘Door-To-Door’ Pledge

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Introduced A Bill That Would Prohibit The Federal Government From Creating And Maintaining A Federal Database Of Every American Who Has Received COVID-19 Vaccines.

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Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Off To A Rocky Start

Less Than A Week After President Joe Biden And A Bipartisan Group Of Senators Came To An Agreement On An Infrastructure Package, There Is Already Uncertainty With The Terms Of The Deal As It Faces A Tough Battle In The Coming Weeks.

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Biden Unveils Gun Regulation And Crime Prevention Plan

Biden Has Released A Plan For More Gun Control Measures And Calls On Local Governments To Hire More Police Officers, A Departure In Rhetoric From Some In His Party Who Have Pressured Local Municipalities To “Defund” Or Cut Back On Police.

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Senate Republicans Block Controversial Voting Measure With Filibuster

U.S. Senate Republicans Used A Filibuster To Block Debate On The Democrat-Led “For The People Act,” Which Would Have Federalized Several Aspects Of Elections And Taken Away The Power Of State Governments To Determine Their Congressional Redistricting, Giving That Power To Independent Commissions.

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