Biden Student Loan Amnesty A Windfall For D.C. Staffers

There Is More Outstanding Student Debt In Washington Than In Any Other City In The Country. The Average Debtor In D.C. Owes $54,982 In Unpaid Student Loans…

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U.S. Senate Reaches Agreement On Gun Control Bill

The U.S. Senate Voted Late Tuesday To Advance A Gun Control Bill With 14 Republicans, Including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, Joining Democrats To Approve The Measure.

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Bipartisan Group Of U.S. Senators Announce Agreement On Gun Control Measure

A Bipartisan Group Of U.S. Senators, Including 10 Republicans And 10 Democrats, Announced On Sunday They’d Reached An Agreement On New Federal Gun Control Legislation.

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U.S. House Conservatives Ready Law-And-Order Agenda Ahead Of Midterms

Crime Is On The Rise Around The Country, The Midterm Elections Are Fast Approaching, And The Largest Bloc Of House Conservatives Is Preparing A Comprehensive Package Of Law-And-Order Legislation.

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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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Fight Over Elections, Voter Fraud Reaches Climax In D.C.

A Fight Over Voting Legislation Has Reached A Climax In Washington, D.C., Where Democratic Leadership Is Making Passage Of Laws To Federalize Elections Their Top Priority By Even Threatening To “Nuke” The Filibuster To Make It Happen.

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Tennessee Parks Could Be Impacted By Federal Government Shutdown

As Lawmakers In Washington Try To Avoid A Federal Government Shutdown, Tennessee Parks Are Worried About How They Could Be Impacted.

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