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2023-01-02
2029-01-02
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07/22/2024 --kron4
A number of Democratic lawmakers, governors and past leaders were quick to rally behind Vice President Harris as she pursues the Democratic Party's presidential nomination following President Biden's withdrawal from the race. Shortly after dropping out of the presidential race, Biden endorsed Harris as his successor, stating it is "time to come together and beat" [...]
07/20/2024 --thehill
Notwithstanding the superficial appeal of a wealth tax given deceptively low tax rates and citizens’ basic sense of fairness, as a matter of policy it’s a terrible idea, for myriad reasons
11/10/2023 --thehill
The Biden administration has time to reassess its position, not least because there does not appear to be interagency consensus on the issue.
11/08/2023 --rollcall
It took six decades and many attempts before Congress passed a statehood bill and admitted New Mexico to the union in 1912. That is cause for optimism, said Sen. Martin Heinrich, who right now is thinking about the future of Puerto Rico. The Caribbean island of a little more than 3 million people has been […] The post Senate Democrats make the case for Puerto Rico self-determination appeared first on Roll Call.
10/26/2023 --rollcall
A bipartisan duo on the Senate panel with jurisdiction over tax and trade legislation is calling on the Biden administration to scrap or at minimum suspend a treaty with Russia that reduces taxes levied on cross-border profits amid rising tensions over its attack on Ukraine. Senate Finance Committee members Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., and John Cornyn, R-Texas, […] The post Senate duo aims to cut off Russia tax treaty benefits appeared first on Roll Call.
10/25/2023 --washingtontimes
More than 300 guests are attending the state dinner that President Biden and first lady Jill Biden are hosting for Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, but outside of political luminaries, the guest list features few well-known names.