Ted Cruz, U.S. Senator from Texas

The two U.S. Senators from Texas are among others calling for the quick reopening of parts of the economy shuttered by the coronavirus pandemic, but warning that it won’t be an instantaneous return to normal.

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James Clyburn, U.S. Representative for South Carolina

House Majority Whip and the congressman tapped to head the select oversight committee on coronavirus relief, Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, called the coronavirus an opportunity to “restructure government.”

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Susan Brooks, U.S. Representative for Indiana

“We need to have a national health preparedness strategy,” Indiana Representative Susan Brooks said in a recent interview.

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Chris Van Hollen, U.S. Senator from Maryland

Senator Chris Van Hollen of Maryland critiqued the chamber in a floor speech that the District of Columbia has been underfunded in the large stimulus package.

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Kevin Cramer, U.S. Senator from North Dakota

North Dakota Senator Kevin Cramer said that imports of crude oil from Russia and Saudi Arabia should be curtailed in response to the price war that is driving down global oil prices and threatening U.S. shale producers.

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Angus King, U.S. Senator from Maine

The Cyberspace Solarium Commission will release a sweeping report later this month that includes recommendations on the development of a national defense strategy for cyberspace.

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Adam Smith, Representative for Washington

Representative Adam Smith, who chairs the House Armed Services Committee, is looking to roll back some of the funding for the border wall project.

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Debbie Lesko, U.S. Representative for Arizona

Representative Debbie Lesko introduced a bipartisan bill that would mitigate the travel disruption caused by the Real ID October 1 deadline.

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Dianne Feinstein

Dianne Feinstein, Senator from California

Senator Dianne Feinstein and others introduced the Iran Diplomacy Act, legislation urging the U.S. and Iran to return to their commitments under the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, also known as the Iran nuclear deal.

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Jim Risch, U.S. Senator from Idaho

Senator Jim Risch of Idaho said that it is now clear Iran intends to continue violating caps on the amount of enriched uranium it can keep in the country, adding “I don’t think they’re complying at all” with the nuclear restrictions enshrined in the accord they signed.

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