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Sen. Blumenthal to discuss Waterbury effort to vaccinate people of color with The White House, Congress

WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — When Senator Richard Blumenthal walked into Grace Baptist Church in Waterbury today, he tells News 8 he was truly inspired.

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Sen. Blumenthal to discuss Waterbury effort to vaccinate people of color with The White House, Congress

Joe Biden approved airstrike on Iran militia Syria 'killed at least 22'

JOE BIDEN ordered an airstrike on Iranian militia structures in Syria yesterday, killing at least 22 people, according to a war monitor report.

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Joe Biden approved airstrike on Iran militia Syria 'killed at least 22'

Tribes in legal limbo over federal virus relief funding

Nearly a year after Congress passed a coronavirus relief bill, some Native American tribes are still in legal limbo over what's been distributed FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Nearly a year after Congress passed a coronavirus relief bill, some Native American tribes remain in legal limbo over what's been distributed. The issue didn't

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Tribes in legal limbo over federal virus relief funding

SC lawmaker proposes having Former President Trump buried on State House grounds

This comes after a bill was filed in Congress to not allow twice impeached presidents to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery.

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SC lawmaker proposes having Former President Trump buried on State House grounds

The New $1,400 Stimulus Checks Would Cost Over $400 Billion. Here's How Congress Plans to Get the Funds

President Joe Biden's Covid relief plan is making its way through Congress.The $1.9 trillion bill includes money for a myriad of programs, including enhanced unemployment benefits, vaccination efforts and $1,400 stimulus checks.

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The New $1,400 Stimulus Checks Would Cost Over $400 Billion. Here's How Congress Plans to Get the Funds

Vt. House approves $80M COVID relief package

Published: Feb. 26, 2021 at 6:37 PM EST|Updated: 5 minutes ago MONTPELIER, Vt. (WCAX) - Vermont House lawmakers Friday gave the greenlight to nearly $80 million in COVID relief funding.

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Vt. House approves $80M COVID relief package

Karen Carter Peterson could make Louisiana history with run for Congress

EXCLUSIVE: On March 20, Louisiana’s 2nd Congressional District could elect State Senator Peterson in the special election as their first Black woman US representative Jordan Wilson Louisiana Senator Karen Carter Peterson speaks onstage at the 2016 ESSENCE Festival Presented By Coca-Cola at Ernest N. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for 2016 Essence

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Karen Carter Peterson could make Louisiana history with run for Congress

Residents react to possible approval of $1.9 trillion economic relief package

The big budget battle continues in Washington.As Congress gets closer to approving another massive COVID-19 relief package, which includes a third round of direct cash payments to the American people.

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Residents react to possible approval of $1.9 trillion economic relief package

Kaine seeks transparency from Biden administration on Syrian air strike

ROANOKE, Va – Sen. Tim Kaine is criticizing the Biden administration for its airstrike on Syria.The strike happened Thursday night against facilities related to Iranian-backed militias.Kaine says congress should have been notified before the strike, and that the American people deserve an explanation.

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Kaine seeks transparency from Biden administration on Syrian air strike

The Moore You Know

Instead of assisting millions of Americans during a global pandemic, Democrats wasted valuable time on an unconstitutional impeachment trial.Day after day, we witnessed their partisan spectacle aimed at attacking President Trump – three weeks after he left office.

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The Moore You Know

‘Collaboration is critical,’ says Congresswoman Escobar on reversal of Remain in Mexico policy

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — Congresswoman Veronica Escobar is responding to the reversal of the Remain in Mexico policy in El Paso, as the Borderland accommodates migrants.“Today is a day of hope and victory for our shared humanity.

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‘Collaboration is critical,’ says Congresswoman Escobar on reversal of Remain in Mexico policy

Colin Farrell, Don Cheadle Among Celebrities Pushing Congress to Pass $2,400 Monthly Payments to Moms

Hollywood stars Don Cheadle and Colin Farrell have thrown their weight behind a “Marshall Plan for Moms” that would see the federal government send out $2,400 checks each month to mothers for their unpaid work in the home.

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Colin Farrell, Don Cheadle Among Celebrities Pushing Congress to Pass $2,400 Monthly Payments to Moms

How Big of an Issue Is White Supremacy Within the Military? Pentagon Report Reveals Concerns Around Extremism

A new Pentagon report has revealed alarming details that white supremacists are allegedly active in the military, according to a special report obtained by CQ Roll Call.

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How Big of an Issue Is White Supremacy Within the Military? Pentagon Report Reveals Concerns Around Extremism

WKHS Stock – (WKHS), (ARKQ) – Workhorse Shares Rally On Report Of Congressional Democrats Moving To Block USPS, Oshkosh Deal

WKHS Stock – (WKHS), (ARKQ) – Workhorse Shares Rally On Report Of Congressional Democrats Moving To Block USPS, Oshkosh Deal Shares of Workhorse were hit hard this week after it was announced the company failed to win a large contract with the U.S.

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WKHS Stock – (WKHS), (ARKQ) – Workhorse Shares Rally On Report Of Congressional Democrats Moving To Block USPS, Oshkosh Deal

Letters for Feb. 27: Let’s honor a leader who inspires diversity in the outdoors

Keep it up As we face the growing threat of climate change, which makes itself known on a regular basis here in Hampton Roads, I’m proud to have a representative in Congress dedicated to addressing this crisis.

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Letters for Feb. 27: Let’s honor a leader who inspires diversity in the outdoors

Swinging the Pendulum Too Far

Today, Congress will consider the Equality Act, which its propoents indicate would ban discrimination toward people based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

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Swinging the Pendulum Too Far

House and Senate progressives split over next steps on minimum wage

Even though progressives have made their deep-seeded anger well-known, short of withholding their vote on the Covid package, which none have signaled is a move they will take, their options are limited in terms of how they can force Congress to pass a $15 minimum wage bill given the makeup

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House and Senate progressives split over next steps on minimum wage

Congress split on US strikes in Syria on Iran-backed militia

Above video: Pentagon says strikes in Syria make clear US will actThe Biden administration defended the U.S. military airstrikes in Syria as legal and appropriate Friday, saying they took out facilities that housed valuable “capabilities” used by Iranian-backed militia groups to attack American and allied forces in Iraq.John Kirby, the

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Congress split on US strikes in Syria on Iran-backed militia

Congress asks Canada to reconsider ship ban that could cancel Alaska cruise season

Americans and Canadians face 'economic devastation' if cruise season can't happen, lawmakers say Canada banned cruise ships carrying 100 passengers or more from docking at its ports through February 2022 because of COVID-19, officials announced earlier this month.

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Congress asks Canada to reconsider ship ban that could cancel Alaska cruise season

Congress asks Canada to reconsider ship ban that could cancel Alaska cruise season

Americans and Canadians face 'economic devastation' if cruise season can't happen, lawmakers say Canada banned cruise ships carrying 100 passengers or more from docking at its ports through February 2022 because of COVID-19, officials announced earlier this month.

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Congress asks Canada to reconsider ship ban that could cancel Alaska cruise season