U.S. Senate Passes Massive Tax And Spend Bill Targeting Carbon Emissions, Prescription Drug Costs, More

The U.S. Senate On Sunday Passed A $740 Billion New Taxing And Spending Bill That Seeks To Combat Climate Change And Allow The Government To Control The Price Of Prescription Medications, Among Other Things.

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U.S. House Passes ‘Red Flag’ Law As Gun Control Bills Await Fate In The Senate

The Federal Extreme Risk Protection Order Act, Which Passed The House With A 224-202 Vote, Would Allow A Judge To Prevent Someone From Purchasing A Weapon If The Judge Decides They Are Dangerous.

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U.S. House Passes Extensive Gun Control Measure; Future Uncertain In Senate

The U.S. House Of Representatives Voted Wednesday Evening To Pass The “Protecting Our Kids Act,” A Package Of Gun Control Bills Developed In Response To The Recent Mass Shootings In Buffalo, New York And Uvalde, Texas.

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Sinema Stands Up To Biden, Dem Leadership On Axing Filibuster

The Same Week That President Joe Biden Called For “Getting Rid Of” The Filibuster To Push Through Democrats’ Agenda On Federalizing Elections, U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., Doubled Down On Her Opposition To Ousting The Long-Established Senate Rule.

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Dems Threaten Ousting Filibuster, But Moderates Hold The Line

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.V., Is Once Again Right In The Middle Of A Heated Congressional Debate As Democratic Leadership Threatens To Overthrow The Long-Established Filibuster Rule To Push Through Voting Legislation That Would Give The Federal Government Broad Powers Over State Elections.

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Senators Demand Answers On Afghan Evacuee Vetting, Amnesty For Illegal Aliens

Republican U.S. Senators Are Keeping The Pressure On The Biden Administration Over Its Immigration Policies, Demanding Answers From Department Of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas On The Number Of Afghan Evacuees In The U.S. And Their Vetting Process, As Well As Information About Foreign Nationals In The Country Who…

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Joy To The World, Build Back Better’s Demise Has Come

On December 19, Just Days Before Millions Of Americans Gather For Christmas Festivities, Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) Delivered A Much-Needed Early Present To The Nation When He Let It Be Known That He Would Not Vote In Favor Of President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better Bill. Regardless Of What Happens In The Future, We Should Celebrate The Early Christmas Miracle That Is The Demise Of Build Back Better.

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House Passes Democrats’ Social Spending Bill After CBO Score

Congressional Democrats Passed A $1.75 Trillion Social Spending Plan Friday, Putting The Bill’s Fate In The Hands Of A Deeply Divided Senate.

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