Republicans Accuse Schumer of Rushing Vote on Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan

Two Republican Senators Rob Portman and Bill Cassidy have openly criticized Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s procedural vote on infrastructure to be held on Wednesday, without the final bill being completed.

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Bipartisan Lawmakers Want Infrastructure Deal By Next Week

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) has openly stated he wants a $3.5 Trillion infrastructure agreement by Wednesday, but will he be able to get all Senate Democrats to support such an ambitious deal?

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Biden’s contradictory Energy Policy

Since assuming the presidency, President Joe Biden is doing everything he can to reduce oil and gas production in the United States, in order to fight climate change which he and the Democratic Party believe is a national security threat.

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Biden Blasts New Republican’s New State Voting Laws

Speaking in Philadelphia, President Biden openly criticized Republican governors and GOP dominated state legislatures for changing state voting laws and asked Congress to advance stalled voting rights legislation.

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Democrats Regrouping After Failing to Pass Sweep Election Reform

The Democrat Party is regrouping after failing to pass sweeping election reform and with the Republican led states trying to pass voting reforms, Democrats are going back to the basics on elections.  

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Kamala Harris Slammed for Insulting Rural Communities

Vice President Kamala Harris was heavily criticized for her comments about rural voters not knowing how to make copies of their ID’s with regard to voter identification.

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