President Announces Citizenship Program for Undocumented Spouses of U.S. Citizens

Approximately 550,000 illegal immigrants who have lived in the country for 10 years can apply. President Joe Biden announced a program that will facilitate citizenship for undocumented immigrants…

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Education Department Updates Title IX

The final rule strengthens prohibitions on “discrimination on the basis of sex.“ The U.S. Department of Education released a final rule under Title IX that “promotes educational equity…

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U.S. Representative Donald Payne, Jr., Passes Away at 65

House Speaker Johnson offers prayers for the congressman’s loved ones. U.S. Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr., of New Jersey, passed away on Wednesday after a heart attack two…

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Federal Agencies Streamline Overseas Telework for Employees

The first lady commends the departments’ actions to facilitate employment for military spouses abroad. The Departments of State and Defense are updating the process for federal employees working…

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FTC Rejects Parental Consent Mechanism Amid COPPA Rule Compliance Effort

Facial age estimation technology proposal rejected as age verification methods are considered. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has rejected, without prejudice, an application by the Entertainment Software Rating…

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Department of Health and Human Services Releases First Water Affordability Report

The preliminary survey will guide the new federal water assistance program. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a report on water affordability this month, surveying…

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President Biden Attends Dignified Transfer at Dover AFB

The three reservists from Georgia were killed in a drone strike in Jordan. President Joe Biden went to Dover Air Force Base Friday to attend the dignified transfer…

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Child Tax Credit and Business Bill Passes House 

Bipartisan vote moves $78 billion legislation to Senate.  Members of the House of Representatives passed legislation to expand the child tax credit and renew investment deductions for business…

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Updated Policy to Address Radon in Housing Released by HUD

The department awards $3 million for public radon testing in six states. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) updated its radon protection policy for public housing…

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Legislators Work Deal to Expand Child Tax Credit 

A “bipartisan, bicameral” framework also contains other provisions.  Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, and Representative Jason Smith of Missouri, who chairs the…

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