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A bipartisan infrastructure bill may be introduced in the Senate this month.
Trillion Dollar Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal to Hit Senate Floor Soon
A 1.2 trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure plan supported by President Joe Biden could hit the Senate...
Florida is trying to reign in social media censorship with a new bill that was recently approved by the state legislature.
Florida Bill Banning Big Tech from Censoring Politicians Approved in House and Senate
On April 29, Florida’s House and Senate approved a bill aimed at prohibiting social media networks from...
Poll workers count ballots inside the Maricopa County Election Department in Phoenix, Arizona on November 5, 2020 - A bill that will prohibit private funding of election administration and management has passed through both Arizona’s House and Senate.
Arizona Senate Bans Private Funding of Elections
The Arizona Senate has passed a bill that prohibits private funding of election administration and management...
President Joe Biden is gathering support among lawmakers for his ambitious $3 trillion infrastructure plan.
Buttigieg Suggests ‘Vehicle Miles Tax’ to Fund $3 Trillion Infrastructure Plan
President Joe Biden is gathering support among lawmakers for his ambitious $3 trillion infrastructure...
The Georgia Senate recently passed a bill that would end no-excuse ballot voting in a bid to strengthen election integrity in the state.
Georgia Senate Approves Bill Aimed at Stopping ‘No-Excuse’ Absentee Votes
The Georgia Senate recently passed a bill that would end no-excuse ballot voting to strengthen election...
Former Vice President Mike Pence, who has mainly been silent after exiting the White House, has criticized the Democrats for their proposed H.R. 1 bill or the “For the People Act.”
Mike Pence: ‘For the People’ Act Will Increase Election Fraud
Former Vice President Mike Pence, who has mainly been silent after exiting the White House, has criticized...
A man waits at a bus stop that displays the national debt of the United States on June 19, 2020 in Washington, DC. Senate Democrats pushed through the controversial $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 by a 50 - 49 partisan vote.
Senate Passes Controversial $1.9 Trillion ‘American Rescue Plan’ Spending Package After 24 Hour Session
The United States Senate passed the Biden administration’s $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act of...
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Timothy Thomason has instructed the county to transfer around 2.1 million ballots from the 2020 presidential election to the state Senate and allow an audit of its election equipment.
Arizona Judge to Maricopa County: ‘Hand Over Election Ballots to Senate’
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Timothy Thomason has instructed the county to transfer around 2.1...
President Joe Biden had his first legislative win, having the House narrowly pass his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill in a 219-212 vote.
Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Covid Relief Package Passes House by Narrow Margin
President Joe Biden had his first legislative win, having the House narrowly pass his $1.9 trillion coronavirus...
Senate Majority Leader Democrat Chuck Schumer said that he might support using the 14th Amendment to bar former President Trump from office.
Schumer Considering Use of 14th Amendment to Block Trump from Office
Senate Majority Leader Democrat Chuck Schumer said that he might support using the 14th Amendment to...
On Feb. 11, 2021, amendments to the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill (Bill 136) in the United Kingdom (UK) became law after receiving Royal Assent, the last step of the legislative process.
Organ Harvesting in China Denounced in UK and US Legislation
On Feb. 11, 2021, amendments to the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill (Bill 136) in the United Kingdom...
Former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial has kicked off in the Senate.
As Trump Impeachment Trial Begins, Evidence Suggests Pre-Planned Capitol Attack
The Trump impeachment trial has commenced in the Senate. A conviction seems highly unlikely, though,...