Parting Shot: Trump Revokes Lobbying Ban

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Among the many promises Donald Trump made when he won the presidency was to ‘drain the swamp.’ The tale that the former president spun was that D.C. was a cesspool filled with corruption only he could cleanse. Trump started his decontamination by instituting an ethics policy that included a 5-year …

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Trump And DOJ Attorney Plotted To Remove Acting AG

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Justice Department lawyer Jeffrey Clark nearly convinced then-President Donald Trump to remove then-acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen and use the Department of Justice to undo Georgia’s election results, The New York Times reported Friday. The plan would have pushed Rosen out and installed Clark in his role. Clark then would have …

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Judge Rules That Lawsuit Against NRA Can Proceed

A judge ruled that New York Attorney General Letitia James‘ lawsuit filed against The National Rifle Association can proceed. James claims that top executives illegally diverted millions of dollars for trips, no-show contracts for associates, and other expenses. “It would be inappropriate to find that the attorney couldn’t pursue her …

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Amazon Offers To Help Biden With Vaccine Distribution

President Joe Biden officially took office Wednesday, January 20, 2020. During his first hours, Amazon sent Biden promising a letter. The company offered their assistance distributing the coronavirus vaccine. Biden plans to vaccinate 100 million Americans within the next 100 days. According to Amazon’s CEO of consumer business, the company will …

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Senate Democrats Announce “For the People Act’

In 2018, the Democrats won the majority of the House of Representatives in the midterm elections. Following the victory, they introduced and passed the For the People Act as H.R.1. The act’s goal was to restore voting rights, reform campaign finance laws, and enhance ethics enforcement. Now that the Democrats …

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Democrats Gain Majority in Senate

In one of her first duties as Vice President, Kamala Harris swore in Georgia Sens. Jon Ossoff (D) and Raphael Warnock (D), who defeated Sens. David Perdue (R.) and Kelly Loeffler (R.) in Georgia’s runoff elections on Jan. 5.  Harris also swore in former California Secretary of State Alex Padilla (D), who was …

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