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Apr 25 2022
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has raised the alarm about her party’s prospects in the 2022 midterm elections, saying that without more legislative victories, Democrats will lose badly in November.
Warren made the comments during an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Asked whether Democrats in the 117th Congress should boast about their record on the campaign trail,The Epoch Times
Jul 08 2022
U.S. President Joe Biden will sign an executive order on Friday to help safeguard women’s access to abortion and contraception after the Supreme Court last month overturned the Roe v Wade decision that legalized abortion, the White House said.
Biden will direct the Health and Human Services Department to take action to protect and expand access to “medication abortion” approved by theCNBC
May 27 2022
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick canceled his speech to the National Rifle Association Convention in Houston, saying he did not want his appearance to bring any "additional pain or grief" to those suffering from the elementary school shooting in Uvalde.
Patrick, a Republican, said in a statement: “After prayerful consideration and discussion with NRA officials, I have decided not to speak atNewsmax (News)
Apr 12 2022
Florida governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill on Monday to invest $70 million in programs that support involved fatherhood in the state.
HB 7065, dubbed the “Responsible Fatherhood” bill, aims to encourage fathers to take an active role in their children’s lives and provides grants to community-based membership programming.
It will help fund resources for educational and mentorshipNational Review (News)
Jun 10 2013
The Supreme Court may soon decide if the federal government will recognize same-sex marriage a decision with profound implications for unions between American citizens and their foreign-born spouses. The family of one Washington D.C.-area couple is watching for that decision big time.NPR (Online News)
Oct 20 2022
Healthcare is an ever-present issue in the minds of politicians and voters alike. While differing on specific policy priorities, both Democrats and Republicans voters indicate healthcare is of importance when selecting candidates.
RELATED: Surveys Show Both Democrats and Republicans Support Healthcare Improvements
As the 2022 midterm elections quickly approach, many candidatesRose Mercer
Mar 28 2022
In a nation so often defined by growing polarization and disdain for each other, we just experienced a raw, unscripted moment that could potentially teach us something about ourselves.
In the hurricane of reactions to what happened at the Oscars, let’s not miss this opportunity to notice and learn from the human frailty, anger and potential for forgiveness that could help us all buildJohn Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Jun 17 2022
A key sticking point in the negotiations over a bipartisan gun violence package being drafted in the Senate has become how states can use grant money in that package.
The framework released Sunday called for grant money to help states implement “red flag” laws, which allow law enforcement and family members to petition courts to temporarily remove firearms from people who show signs ofRoll Call
Jun 28 2022
Georgia Democratic nominee for governor Stacey Abrams explains the change in her position on abortion: There is 'no place in that medical decision for ideology or for politicians'
The Georgia gubernatorial candidate was raised in a religious household and grew up being anti-abortion.She said she understands religious people, but that ideology has no place in medical decisions.
Georgia Democratic nominee for governor Stacey Abrams explained in a Friday interview with CNN how her perspective on abortion rights has evolved over the years and how she came to supportInsider
Mar 09 2022
While recently working at a local food pantry, I spoke with several families about how inflation has affected their lives. They were all families of color, and each said they had felt the effects of rising prices at the grocery store and at the gas station.
“It’s really hard for us,” one mom told me. “Meat is more expensive, which means we have to stretch our food stamps that muchUSA TODAY