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Lawmakers renew push to ratify Equal Rights Amendment 100 years later
End of expanded SNAP benefits may push Black, Latino communities into poverty: Study
Despite opposition, Arkansas Gov. Sarah Sanders the latest Republican to push ‘school choice’
(WASHINGTON) -- Like other Republican governors, Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders is making school choice a high-profile political issue, declaring education reform her "top priority" and first big legislative play since taking office in January.It's facing pushback from public school educators and some parents ...
Senators push for Russian mercenaries in Ukraine to be labeled terrorist organization
(WASHINGTON) -- Sens. Richard Blumenthal, Lindsey Graham and Sheldon Whitehouse on Thursday called for Congress to have the Russian-backed paramilitary Wagner group formally labeled as terrorists.The bipartisan trio want to pass the HARM Act ahead of next week's one-year anniversary of Russia's invasion of ...
Family of activist killed by cops at Atlanta ‘Cop City’ protest camp push for answers
Durbin calls on senators to push again for police reform after Tyre Nichols’ death
Democrats launch dads caucus to focus on family issues, push for paid leave
(WASHINGTON) -- Four House Democrats launched the Congressional Dads Caucus on Thursday, joining together around a legislative agenda that includes expanding parental leave, the child tax credit and other family-first initiatives.Reps. Jimmy Gomez of California, Andy Kim of New Jersey and Dan Goldman of ...
Harris calls for renewed push to ‘secure’ abortion rights on Roe’s 50th anniversary
Push for life sentence in Sarah Lawrence College sex manipulation case
Prosecutors push for six years in prison, fines, for Varsity Blues college cheating scheme “architect” Rick Singer
Rick Singer, mastermind of the college admissions cheating scheme known as "Varsity Blues" that involved Hollywood stars Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, deserves to spend six years in prison, federal prosecutors said Wednesday night in a sentencing memorandum, far exceeding the six-month sentence the ...