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Lawmakers in four states and Washington, D.C., want to give law enforcement agencies more power to exclude people with extremist ties from police ranks. But the proposals they thought were straightforward have encountered a thicket of obstacles.

As lawmakers were evacuated during the Jan. 6 insurrection, Sen. Mitt Romney screamed, “You have caused this!” at Sen. Josh Hawley, according to a Washington Post profile of Hawley

Lawmakers in four states and Washington, D.C., want to give law enforcement agencies more power to exclude people with extremist ties from police ranks. But the proposals they thought were straightforward have encountered a thicket of obstacles.

Lawmakers in four states and Washington, D.C., want to give law enforcement agencies more power to exclude people with extremist ties from police ranks. But the proposals they thought were straightforward have encountered a thicket of obstacles.

"We urge lawmakers in Washington to do what is best for our economy and support Georgia’s immigrant community." @cclark_georgia1  @GAChamber  and Santiago Marquez@TheLAA  explain why a pathway to citizenship is vital to the country's economic recovery:

As lawmakers in Pennsylvania and Washington debate proposals to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour, the USA Today Network takes you into the lives of those who struggle to survive on poverty-level wages in Pa.

An unlikely partnership between a QAnon influencer and a Washington, D.C. diner popular with lawmakers has ended in chaos

Felony disenfranchisement entrusts lawmakers with decisions about who is morally fit to vote — effectively allowing them to sideline potential political opposition. “That is a really slippery slope,” Christopher Poulos of Washington Statewide Reentry Council told #AppealLive .

The relatives of Black Americans who have died at the hands of police met with top lawmakers in Washington to make personal pleas for bipartisan legislation addressing repeated policing abuses

The relatives of Black Americans who have died at the hands of police met with top lawmakers in Washington to make personal pleas for bipartisan legislation addressing repeated policing abuses

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From off-duty police to firefighters, state lawmakers, teachers, municipal workers and at least one active-duty military officer, dozens of public servants from across the U.S. joined the protests in Washington that turned into a siege on the Capitol

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The fucking lawmakers have to stay in Washington until they have a stimulus package. If it was up to me, they'd do it without air conditioning. Once their underwear started sticking in their ass-cracks, they'd make a deal.

Last night on Tucker, @Rep_Matt_Gaetz  called out the hypocrisy of Washington elitists. "If 'military-style assault rifles' shouldn't be on the streets, let the lawmakers who have personal security details be the first ones to step up to the line @mattgaetz "

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate cancels legislative work until Oct. 19 after positive tests among lawmakers raise fear of virus outbreak.

"What happened to that American spirit?" While visiting Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo slammed the "toxic" and "hyper-partisan" reactions from lawmakers who don't want to help other states during the pandemic.

Lawmakers in 44 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico have taken steps to empower students and families through school choice.

Washington is dominated by enough partisan gridlock as is. Lawmakers shouldn't block a clear bipartisan win like reforming NAFTA with USMCA.

WASHINGTON (AP) — US border official: 62 employees, 8 ex-employees under investigation over social media posts mocking lawmakers, migrants.

JUST IN: A federal district judge in Washington, D.C., has ruled that about 200 Democratic lawmakers have the legal grounds to sue President Trump for allegedly violating an anti-corruption clause of the Constitution.

NBC News: WASHINGTON — President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, failed to disclose what lawmakers called a "Russian backdoor overture and dinner invite" involving a banker who has been accused of links to Russian organized crime

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