Senate / Hong Kong

Glad the #HongKongHumanRightsDemocracyAct  passed the Senate. I’m proud to be a cosponsor of this bill, which strengthens support for human rights & democracy in Hong Kong.

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GM among partners planning $2.3 billion battery plant in Ohio

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🚨 BIG NEWS 🚨 Senate to vote to confirm *TWO* Ninth Circuit judges next week. It's another major step toward balancing the courts across the country.

MTP BLOG: Cory Booker pushes need for diverse coalition in 2020 race via @NBCNews 

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New satellite image shows activity at previously dismantled North Korean test site

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Donor governments pledged US$1.2 billion today to UNHCR at an annual pledging conference in Geneva. This is a solid step towards providing tens of millions of forcibly displaced and stateless people with humanitarian aid & protection in 2020 and beyond.

Rep. Jeff Van Drew, one of two Democrats to vote against formalizing the impeachment inquiry, told me he plans to vote against all the articles of impeachment "unless there's something that I haven't seen, haven't heard before."

#MO02 - Yesterday, Democrat@JillSchupp  entered the race for Missouri's 2nd District as a challenger to incumbent Republican@RepAnnWagner  She's already raised $230,000

Van Drew warned Democrats to "be careful what you wish for" and he added that impeachment "is tearing the nation apart. … And I want to bring people together." Van Drew said he would have preferred a censure vote so they could "move on."

Minnesota Rep. Collin Peterson, the other Democrat who also opposed the inquiry, said this when I asked if he'd vote to impeach: "I don't have an idea what they're doing." And he walked on the floor.

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