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Vote To Oust Cheney From Leadership Scheduled For Wednesday

Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy scheduled a vote for Wednesday to replace Liz Cheney as GOP Conference chair. Cheney is being challenged by Republicans for speaking out against former President Donald Trump and his claims about the 2020 presidential election being rigged. In a letter to Republican House members Monday, McCarthy …

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The FDA Announces Plan To Ban Menthol Cigarettes

On Thursday, the Food and Drug Administration announced its plan to ban menthol cigarettes in response to a 2013 citizen petition advocating the ban of mint-flavored cigarettes, the Washington Post reports. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 20 million Americans smoke menthols. Phillip Gardiner, the co-chair of the …

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Kansas Governor Vetoes Two Republican Election Bills

Governor Laura Kelly vetoed two Republican-backed election bills on Friday. House Bill 2332 and House Bill 2183, would have limited individuals from delivering 10 ballots during each election and the Governor, Secretary of State, or the courts would have been banned from changing election rules. “Although Kansans have cast millions …

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House Dismiss GOP Efforts To Censure Rep. Waters

The House dismissed a resolution to censure Representative Maxine Waters for her comments about Derek Chauvin’s murder trial. Republicans believe that Representative Waters incited violence for saying telling a crowd of protestors in Minneapolis to “stay on the street” and “get more confrontational.” Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy introduced the resolution …

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GOP Groups Spent $1 Million Buying Books By Republican Candidates

The Republican National Committee and three other organizations spent $1 million bulk buying Republican candidates books. According to The Wrap, the National Republican Congressional Committee spent $400,000 on 25,500 copies of Representative Dan Crenshaw’s memoir, “Fortitude,” the Senate Conservatives Fund spent $90,000 on Senator Tom Cotton’s “Sacred Duty,” and $65,000 …

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