House Passes Domestic Terrorism Bill After Buffalo Shooting

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On Wednesday night, the House passed the Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act, legislation that would bolster federal resources to prevent domestic terrorism in response to the racist mass shooting in Buffalo, New York. The 222-203, nearly party-line vote was an answer to the growing pressure Congress faces to address gun violence …

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House Democrats Introduce Bill To Address Baby Formula Shortage

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House Democrats introduced legislation Tuesday to help address the country’s ongoing shortage of baby formula. House Appropriations Committee Chair Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn) introduced the Infant Formula Supplemental Appropriations Act, which would give the Food and Drug Administration(FDA) an additional $28 million, dedicated to helping inspect baby formula before it hits …

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Key Results From Tuesday’s Primaries

North Carolina and Pennsylvania votes for open Senate seats highlighted a list of primaries Tuesday that also included races in Idaho, Kentucky and Oregon. Here’s how races for open seats and for districts expected to be the most competitive in November turned out, based on election race calls by The …

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Biden Reverses Some Trump-Era Sanctions On Cuba

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The Biden administration on Monday said it is easing restrictions imposed during former President Donald Trump‘s administration on travel to Cuba and on the sending of family remittances between the United States and the communist island. “The Cuban people are confronting an unprecedented humanitarian crisis and our policy will continue …

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White House Announces Plan To Boost Affordable Housing

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The Biden administration released a new plan on Monday to alleviate the rising cost of housing in the U.S. and to address the housing supply shortfall within five years through executive and legislative actions. The plan would give cities and towns with reformed zoning and land-use policies higher scores for certain …

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