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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Republicans Pressure Education Secretary On School Choice Restrictions

Republican U.S. Senators On Tuesday Questioned Secretary Of Education Miguel Cardona On The Issue Of School Choice In The Public Education System.

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Biden Changes Position, Pushes ‘Getting Rid Of’ Filibuster For Federal Election Takeover Bill

President Joe Biden Stepped Into The National Debate Over A Flurry Of Voter Legislation In A Speech Tuesday Where He Chided Republicans Over The Events Of Jan. 6, 2021, And Called For A Federal Takeover Of State Elections.

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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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Education Lobbying Groups Boost Spending As Biden Administration Set To Reverse DeVos-Era Policies

Education Groups Have Already Spent More Than $20 Million In The First Quarter Of 2021 Lobbying Members Of Congress For More Funding As Education Secretary Miguel Cardona Proposes A $102.8 Billion Education Budget. The 2022 Fiscal Year Budget Would Reverse Many Betsy Devos-Era Education Policies.

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