Senate Working on Climate Deal Before August Recess

The majority members urge compromise and bipartisanship. Members of the Senate have been negotiating a bill to address climate change for some time, maintaining conversations with key centrists…

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Senate Committee Split on ATF Director Nominee

Question of Senate vote taken up by Senate itself. The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 11-11 to advance President Biden’s nominee for director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,…

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Senate Makes Progress on Bipartisan Gun Legislation

A dozen legislators work to identify common ground. A pledge for quick action submitted on Thursday has energized members of Congress to find a bipartisan solution to mass…

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Senate Gun Control Bill Delayed

Majority leader says support for the legislation is not strong enough. In the wake of mass shootings in Buffalo, New York, and Uvalde, Texas, Senate Majority Leader Chuck…

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Domestic Terrorism Bill Blocked in Senate

Measure was in response to grocery store shooting in Buffalo, New York.  Members of the minority party in the Senate blocked a bill on Thursday that would create…

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Abortion Rights Bill Fails in Senate

Measure fell 10 votes short. Minority members of the Senate joined by Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia blocked legislation Wednesday intended to codify abortion protections into law…

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Senate to Vote Wednesday on Abortion Rights Bill

Majority leader said he would file cloture Monday.  Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has announced that the Senate will vote on legislation to codify abortion rights into law…

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Additional COVID Funding Delayed by Senate Recess

Negotiations stall over Title 42. The Senate has left town for two weeks for its spring recess without acting on the $10 billion deal on pandemic relief. The White…

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Senate Unanimously Approves Trade Bills Countering Russia

Addresses trade relations and Russian oil imports. The Senate unanimously passed two bills on Thursday that have been in the works for weeks. The first permanently ends normal…

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Supreme Court Nominee Headed to Floor Vote

Senate Judiciary Committee tied in vote to advance Judge Jackson. The Senate Judiciary Committee was evenly split along party lines on Monday regarding the advancement of Ketanji Brown…

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