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The American Rescue Plan will deliver for our families by dramatically increasing the Child Tax Credit, lifting millions out of poverty. It’s critically important for families roiled by the coronavirus – and it is exactly what Republican Senator Ron Johnson is delaying tonight.

Increasing the minimum wage is the latest example of a Democratic policy that would do the most for those living under Republican state governments, @paulwaldman1  writes

On today's #TWTFrontPage : Republican senators are voicing increasing opposition to an impeachment trial, President Biden announces racial justice initiatives, and more. Stories by @dsherfinski  @SethMcLaughlin1  @ASwoyer  @DaveBoyer  @BillGertz  @JeffMordock 

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Increasing number of Republican senators oppose Trump's impeachment trial moving forward

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An increasing number of Republican Senators are calling the upcoming impeachment trial of former President Trump unconstitutional. @johnrobertsFox  explains why on today’s #FOXNewsRundown  Listen and subscribe:

Wednesday’s impeachment laid bare the increasing divide between Trump and the Republican Party

#ICYMI Spray-painted messages over the Republican leader’s front door appear to be in response to his opposition to increasing coronavirus relief checks to Americans from $600 to $2,000.

Spray-painted messages over the Republican leader's front door appear to be in response to his opposition to increasing coronavirus relief checks to Americans from $600 to $2,000.

Spray-painted messages over the Republican leader's front door appear to be in response to his opposition to increasing coronavirus relief checks to Americans from $600 to $2,000.

Mitch McConnell put off a vote on increasing COVID-19 relief checks from $600 to $2,000 and urged senators to override Trump’s veto of a defense bill, in a rare challenge to his fellow Republican three weeks before Trump leaves office

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We should be clear about this: The increasing radicalism and irresponsibility of the Republican Party, including decades of demeaning government, demonizing Democrats, and debasing norms, is what gave us Donald Trump.

What seems to me to be bigger news than Colin Powell’s endorsement of Joe Biden is the way he calls out Republican senators and others who normalize the president’s actions. This focus on other elected officials is an increasing part of the anti-Trump movement.

My Republican friends tell us the only way we can "strengthen Social Security'' is, in fact, to cut Social Security. Nonsense! Seniors cannot make it on $13,000 a year. When we talk about strengthening Social Security, that means increasing benefits, not cutting them.

51 Republican senators just voted against increasing paid leave in the coronavirus relief package. (The good news is: the full bill passed, which was absolutely crucial. The bad news is that we missed a huge chance for a better package.

I'm so tired of Never Trumpers increasing put downs of Trump voters. They lost Republican voters and probably will never get them back because they don't respect their will or thinking. In politics you sell a message and nobody is buying the air of superiority from "GOP elites"

I will be listening eagerly for any Republican to tell me they will not come back from increasing the deficit $1.4 trillion with cuts to Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security.

I wonder about the extent to which financial market unsteadiness could be a factor in increasing backlash toward Trump among Republican elites. The median voter doesn't have a lot of wealth in the stock market, let alone in more exotic things like hedge funds, but those guys do.

At a time of massive inequality, the Republican tax bill will unbelievably provide 83% of the benefits to the top 1%, while increasing taxes on 92 million middle-class households by the end of the decade.

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If a reporter really wants to stretch for bipartisanship say this: a handful of Republican economists say the corporate rate cuts will help the economy grow. They agreed that the individual rate cuts--the key part of the bill--are a useless debt-increasing transfer to the rich.

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