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President Biden has picked Christine E. Wormuth to be secretary of the Army, Pentagon officials said on Monday. If approved by the Senate, Wormuth would be the first woman to lead the largest branch of the U.S. military.

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Senate committee of the whole resumes hearing on the food security crisis issue brought about by African Swine Fever. Senate President @sotto_tito ⁩ in his opening speech says: For this body, it seems that we did not receive sensible answers last Monday. | @sherieanntorres 

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President Biden has picked Christine E. Wormuth to be secretary of the Army, Pentagon officials said on Monday. If approved by the Senate, Wormuth would be the first woman to lead the largest branch of the U.S. military.

President Biden has picked Christine Wormuth to be the next secretary of the Army, the White House announced Monday, making her the first woman to hold the position if confirmed by the Senate.

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Pres. Biden kicked off the brokering process on his more than $2 trillion infrastructure bill Monday, meeting with bipartisan members of the House and Senate at the White House.

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is expected to sign into law the state’s largest gambling expansion in 20 years after the bill’s final passage Monday evening by the state Senate.

Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto on Monday argued that the reduction in the tariff rates of pork imports will not necessarily lower the prices of pork products in wet markets.

A climate bill passed by Maryland's House of Delegates goes to the Senate for final action on the last day of the General Assembly session on Monday.

Senate Bill 514, introduced on Monday by state senators Ralph Hise, Warren Daniel and Norman Sanderson would make it illegal for people under 21 to receive transitional health care.

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I have spoken to @NancyPelosi . The articles of impeachment will be delivered to the Senate on Monday. Make no mistake: There will be a full trial. There will be a fair trial.

Instead of taking up additional COVID-19 relief legislation that our country so desperately needs, the Senate on Monday is holding Supreme Court confirmation hearings. This is entirely out of touch with what the American people are demanding.

Every member on the Senate Judiciary Committee must be tested for COVID-19 before the Supreme Court confirmation hearings start on Monday.

The article of impeachment for incitement of insurrection by Donald Trump will be delivered to the Senate on Monday, January 25.

So let’s recap where we are on Christmas Eve. — Unemployment expires Saturday. — Government funding expires Monday. — House Rs blocked Dem 2k check bill. — Senate R leadership says 2k check bill cant get 60 in the Senate, unlikely to bring it up. — No plan to keep govt open.

"Today, Monday October 26, 2020, will go down as one of the darkest days in the 231-year history of the United States Senate," Senate Minority Leader Schumer says, ahead of expected vote to confirm judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

McConnell called off the Senate next week because of Covid. But Lindsey tasked with continuing to ram through extreme SCOTUS nominee on Monday. Now the Rs on committee refusing to test for the virus. What does that tell you about their desire to protect others? To protect you?

Today we set in motion an expedited process in the Senate to pass the #HongKong  democracy act. If no Senator objects it could pass as early as next Monday.

Imagine the hourly worker with a low fever and cough, but no paid sick leave. He can't afford to miss a day's paycheck. He's thinking of going to work Monday. There's a bill, sitting on the Senate floor RIGHT NOW, that solves his problem. But McConnell says the bill can wait?

McConnell needs to call the Senate back into session this weekend for a vote on paid sick leave. Millions of workers, who have symptoms or kids whose schools have closed, do not know if they will get paid if they stay home on Monday. Why is McConnell leaving them in limbo?

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