When it comes to congestion pricing, much focus has been on the financial implications, but there are also environmental concerns. As CBS2's Christina Fan reports, a group of bipartisan lawmakers on Monday urged the governor to rethink her position.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
It's one thing to fudge the truth, but Kari Lake is flat out lying about Katie Hobbs' voting record. Anything for a vote, I suppose.
- The Daily Beast
CNNPresident Joe Biden took the opportunity on Friday to tweak conservative Republicans who recently asked for grants from the infrastructure law that was passed last year, noting that these same lawmakers had previously blasted the legislation as socialism.“I didn’t know there were that many socialist Republicans!” Biden exclaimed during a speech in Maryland.Hours before the president took the podium at a Hagerstown auto plant to tout his economic policies, CNN reported that dozens of Republica
- The Wrap
"He's the one that's got FEMA, he's the one that's got the big bucks," Navarro said
- Business Insider
Georgia Republican says Herschel Walker became the GOP's Senate pick because he was a 'famous football player' backed by Trump: 'We didn't ask who was the best leader'
"Herschel Walker hasn't earned my respect or my vote," said Georgia's Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan, who criticized the process by which Walker was elected.
- Delaware Online | The News Journal
The decision from the Delaware Supreme Court came just one day after oral arguments were heard on whether it violates the state constitution.
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- NBC News
Neither Herschel Walker nor Sen. Raphael Warnock want to talk about the bombshell abortion story that has rocked the Arizona Senate race.
- The Daily Beast
CNNDon Lemon was perplexed by a GOP strategist’s assertion Wednesday that Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker is anti-abortion, despite The Daily Beast revealing that Walker paid for the mother of one of his children to have one in 2009.Lemon asked Alice Stewart, a former campaign operative for several Republicans including Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, whether she can still support the football player-turned-candidate.Walker “has a lot of explaining to do,” S
- Fox News
More than 150 House Republicans call on Biden to reject California's waiver request for green car regulations
158 House Republicans sent a letter to President Biden calling on him to reject the state's EPA waiver request for regulations requiring car sellers to phase out gas-powered engines.
- Fox News
Democrats in Congress and the White House are calling on Republicans to back amnesty for illegal immigrants, after a court found that an Obama-era program was unlawful.
- The Hill
Senate Republicans on Friday introduced a bill that would roll back the drug pricing reforms included in the sweeping Inflation Reduction Act, including the measures allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices and capping annual drug expenses for many seniors. Republican Sens. James Lankford (Okla.), Mike Lee (Utah), Cynthia Lummis (Wyo.) and Marco Rubio (Fla.) introduced…
NEW YORK (Reuters) -A federal judge in New York on Thursday temporarily blocked parts of the state's new gun law to allow the Gun Owners of America, an advocacy group, to pursue a lawsuit challenging the legislation. The order marks one of the most prominent victories by gun-owners' rights groups in challenging gun restrictions around the United States since June's landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that said for the first time that Americans have a constitutional right to carry weapons in public. New York's law came into effect on Sept. 1 and is being closely watched by other states around the country where gun violence has become recurrent.
- Associated Press
Kentucky's sweeping abortion ban was challenged Thursday by three Jewish women who brought a lawsuit arguing that it violates their religious rights under the state's constitution. The legal challenge, filed in state court in Louisville, says the state's Republican-dominated legislature “imposed sectarian theology” by prohibiting nearly all abortions. “Plaintiffs’ religious beliefs have been infringed: they are Jewish and Jewish law (“halakha”) asked and answered the question of fetal personhood thousands of years ago and rabbis, commentators and Jewish legal scholars have repeatedly confirmed these answers in the intervening millenia," the Kentucky lawsuit reads.
The party’s top leadership hasn’t changed since the Bush administration, and the caucus is getting increasingly frustrated that there’s no clear handover plan.
- Miami Herald
The statutory Pay-As-You-Go Act of 2010 requires any new spending that increases the federal deficit to be offset with spending cuts elsewhere, the Heritage Foundation says.
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
Here's how President Biden's marijuana pardon will affect people in Ohio and Kentucky, and how local officials reacted.
Even with 'massive and insurmountable' student debt, borrowers can't find relief in court, 2 Democratic lawmakers say. Their new bill would change that.
A bill to help student-loan borrowers get relief through bankruptcy is now on the table, after over a decade with no reform.
- The Week
Everything you need to know about the Alabama voting rights case before the Supreme Court
- The State Journal-Register
The Thursday debate, held at Illinois State University, was the first time the JB Pritzker & Darren Bailey shared the stage at the same time.
- Detroit Free Press
Prop 1 aims to expose conflicts of interest and slow "revolving door" in Lansing, allowing legislators to spend more time in one chamber.