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Aug 15 2023
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- President Joe Biden is set to speak in Milwaukee today, Aug. 15, to discuss his economic policy during a visit that comes ahead of the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act. Joelle Gamble, Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of the National Economic Council, spoke to CBS 58 on Tuesday to offer a preview of the President's visit. The visitCBS 58
Sep 18 2023
Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA) balked at concerns over President Joe Biden’s age and his ability to stay in office through a second term should he be reelected. “I remember Bobby Kennedy said it best: ‘The world needs qualities of youth, not a time of life, but a state of mind, a quality of imagination,’” Newsom told CNN. “I couldn’t imagine 30 years ago that this president could accomplish so muchWashington Examiner
Sep 20 2023
Indiana State Sen. Jack Sandlin, R-Indianapolis, has died, according to statements from members of his party Wednesday evening. Sandlin was first elected to the Indiana General Assembly in 2016 where he has represented Senate District 36 covering portions of Marion and Johnson Counties. "Jack Sandlin was a strong advocate for the people of Central Indiana and a champion of Indianapolis,”IndyStar
Nov 16 2022
Republicans have secured a majority in the House of Representatives when the 118th U.S. Congress convenes next January.
The GOP has now won 218 seats after the Associated Press projected that Republican Mike Garcia will win reelection in California's 27th Congressional District.
Democrats, meanwhile, have secured 209 seats as vote counting continues more than a week afterFox News (Online News)
Sep 13 2023
ROGERS, Ark. – Congressman Steve Womack on Wednesday announced that he is launching a re-election run in hopes of serving an eighth term in the U.S. House of Representatives. The Rogers Republican easily won his last election in 2022. In his announcement, Womack promised that pushing back against policies from President Joe Biden, backing the military and looking out for northwest ArkansasKARK
Jun 21 2023
Fox News host Sean Hannity reacted to Rep. Adam Schiff being formally censured by the U.S. House of Representatives in the wake of Special Counsel John Durham's "blockbuster testimony" on Capitol Hill in Wednesday's opening monologue. SEAN HANNITY: We begin with the blockbuster testimony of Special Counsel John Durham. Way too late and too few indictments. But anyway, it was on Capitol HillFox News (Online News)
Jul 17 2023
Ohio House representatives introduce law to ban drag shows outside adult entertainment establishments
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Two Ohio Republican lawmakers have introduced legislation that would ban drag performers from working in public, with children or teens and anywhere that isn't designated as an adult entertainment facility. House Bill 245 prohibits "adult cabaret performances in locations other than adult cabarets," and adds to the definition of adult cabaret performances "performers orWCPO 9
Apr 25 2023
Rep. Zooey Zephyr, D-Missoula, stands on the steps of the Montana State Capitol during a rally, in Helena, Mont., Monday, April 24, 2023. Republican legislative leaders in Montana persisted in forbidding the Democratic transgender lawmaker from participating in debate for a second week as her supporters brought the House session to a halt Monday, chanting “Let her speak!” from the galleryNewsNation
Sep 21 2023
Arizona Attorney General Joins Representatives Nguyen & Bliss in Urging Repeal of Unlawful Phoenix Ordinance for Overseas Firearm Transfer
PHOENIX, AZ – In response to a 1487 complaint filed one month ago by House Judiciary Chairman Quang Nguyen and Vice Chair Selina Bliss, the Arizona Attorney General's Office has issued an investigative report concurring with the legislators. The report finds that the recently passed City of Phoenix ordinance permitting the transfer of 599 unclaimed firearms to Ukraine's national police forceThe Prescott Times