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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Republican Senators Warn Unelected Commission To Not Enact Environmental Policy

Bill Hagerty Joined Senate Banking Committee Ranking Member Pat Toomey And All Republican Members Of The Committee In Urging The Securities And Exchange Commission To Reject Any Proposal To Implement New Global Warming Disclosures, Reminding The SEC That It Is The Job Of Congress To Set Environmental Policy, Not…

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Global Minimum Corporate Tax Faces Strong Opposition

Ahead Of The G-7 Summit In The United Kingdom, A Recently Announced Agreement For A Global Minimum Corporate Tax Between The Biden Administration And Six Other Leading World Economies Is Facing Sharp Opposition From Republicans In The U.S.

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Senate GOP Counters Biden With $568 Billion Infrastructure Plan

A Group Of Republican U.S. Senators Have Unveiled A $568 Billion Plan That Would Look To Rebuild And Expand Infrastructure Nationwide And Counter A More Expensive Proposal By President Joe Biden.

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With $5.7 Million Left Over, Perdue Tees Up For 2022

Perdue Is Weighing A 2022 Run Against Warnock. If Republicans Succeed In Flipping Just One Seat In Their Favor, They Will Regain A Majority In The Chamber, Breaking The Democrats’ Governing Trifecta.

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Trump Acquitted Again Of Impeachment Charges

On Saturday, Former President Donald Trump Was Acquitted Of An Impeachment Charge That He Incited The Jan.6 Storming Of The Capitol In Washington D.C. It Is The Second Time In A Year The U.S. Senate Determined Trump Was Not Guilty Of Impeachment Charges Brought By The Democrat-Controlled House.

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Senate Retirements Leave Seats Open In Three Swing States

Republican Senators In Three Swing States Recently Announced Their Retirements, Opening The Floodgates For A Slew Of Candidates Vying For The Highly-Coveted Spots In 2022.

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Debating A Federal $15 Minimum Wage

Congressional Budget Office States That Increasing The Minimum Wage To $15 An Hour Would Increase The Income Of 17 Million People But It Would Come At A Cost, Disproportionately Impacting Part-Time Workers And Adults Without A High School Diploma.

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