Blackburn And Colleagues Introduce Comprehensive Afghanistan Legislation

In Response To The Botched Exit From Afghanistan, U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn Along With Jim Risch (R-idaho), Led 20 Colleagues In Introducing The Afghanistan Counterterrorism, Oversight, And Accountability Act. The Legislation Was Introduced To Address The Outstanding Issues Related To The Administration’s Rushed And Disastrous Withdrawal From Afghanistan.

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Senate Republicans Introduce UNRWA Accountability & Transparency Act

New Legislation Aims To Cease U.S. Contributions To United Nations Relief And Works Agency For Palestine Refugees Which Has A History Of Employing Individuals Affiliated With Hamas. UNRWA Schools Have Been Used To Store Hamas Weapons And Promote Anti-Semitic Education In Their Textbooks.

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House To Consider $250B For Subsidies, Research To Compete With China

The U.S. House Will Consider A Wide-Ranging Bill Aimed At Accelerating American Technological Innovation In An Effort To Keep Pace With China, But Critics Have Raised Concerns About How To Pay For It.

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Republican Senators Propose Alternate Relief Bill: $618 Billion To Counter Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Plan

Ten Republican Senators Are Set To Meet With Biden On Monday To Discuss An Alternative Stimulus Package. Their COVID-19 Relief Package Comes In At $618 Billion, Countering The President’s $1.9 Trillion Plan.

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25 Senators Introduce REIN Act To Curtail Federal Spending

U.S. Sen Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, Introduces Bill, Co-Signed By 24 Senators, Requiring Any New Regulation Costing $100 Million Or More To Be Approved By Congress Before Implementation.

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