Alex Lasry announces he is dropping out of the Wisconsin race for US Senate, backing Mandela Barnes.
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A five-point economic plan from Democrat John Fetterman supports stock trading bans for Congress and cracking down on "immoral price gouging".
The top Senate Republican's words come amid a rough summer for the party in some key races that will determine the majority.
- The State
“Such a restriction, I think, I’m confident would not pass the House or the Senate,” Gov. McMaster told reporters Thursday.
- The Hill
A Louisiana judge issued a permanent injunction against the Biden administration’s moratorium on new oil and gas leasing on federal lands Thursday night, a day after another court tossed an earlier injunction against it. In the Thursday ruling, Judge Terry Doughty of the Western District of Louisiana permanently blocked the January 2021 order in 13…
- The Hill
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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says he thinks Republicans have a better chance of flipping the House than the Senate, as midterms approach and Senate races in Ohio and Pennsylvania tighten.
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Ohio Senate President Matt Huffman wants to take the state's congressional map to the U.S. Supreme Court, arguing that the Ohio Supreme Court overstepped.
- Associated Press
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak said Wednesday that if he wins re-election he would seek to codify in law next legislative session an order he signed that protects in-state abortion providers and out-of-state patients. The announcement came in the side lounge of a Reno coffee and wine shop, where he hosted a panel of obstetrician-gynecologists, medical students and reproductive rights advocates to discuss their plans to protect abortion access, as reproductive rights have become central to his re-election campaign in the key swing state and that of Democrats nationwide. In the days following the Supreme Court’s decision in June to overturn Roe v. Wade, Sisolak signed the executive order saying that Nevada will not assist other states that try to prosecute residents who travel to Nevada for abortions.
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Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes is now reportedly leading in the race for a U.S. Senate seat currently held by […] The post Democratic candidate Mandela Barnes leading in poll against Wisconsin Sen. Johnson appeared first on TheGrio.
- The Columbus Dispatch
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Hollywood soon might be required to do more than just talk about the importance of diversity in the industry, if a new addition to an extension of California’s lucrative film and television tax credits becomes law. With new provisions added Wednesday, the latest version of Senate Bill 485 (read it here) wending its way through […]
- Tallahassee Democrat
A group of experienced, knowledgeable, caring former state legislators and other government officials is trying to slow down Florida’s headlong rush to the right.
- Business Insider
"It is clear that the US is trying to defend the indefensible by applying a gangster logic," a spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry said.
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Nadler senior staffer appears to be providing legal services to congressman, breaking House rules: watchdog
House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., paid a senior staffer tens of thousands of dollars for legal services in an apparent violation of House ethics rules.
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Republican, Democrat candidate in Arkansas Senate race sound off on inflation
Some of the most important work that went into Joe Biden’s new law took place before he even became president.
- Business Insider
A January 6 participant has been confronting law enforcement officers in and around the federal courthouse where the insurrection cases are on trial
Tommy Tatum, a self-described independent journalist, confronted two police officers this week at the US courthouse in Washington, DC.
- Associated Press
Former Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is dismissing as “old news” the question of whether allegations that he drunkenly groped four women during a 2018 party could hurt his chances of replacing Republican U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski following her death in a highway crash. Hill is the most prominent of the dozen candidates who met Wednesday’s deadline to enter the Republican caucus vote. The vote, set for Saturday, will choose who will take Walorski’s place on the November election ballot in northern Indiana’s solidly GOP 2nd Congressional District.