Search / 25 results found

from
to
featured

The slim Democratic majorities that stuck together during the first winter and spring of Joe Biden’s presidency are moving apart as summer arrives, clouding how much of Biden’s agenda is achievable. As lawmakers pondered a new infrastructure offer from a bipartisan group of senators on the summer solstice’s eve, Democratic leaders have adopted a plan that their party’s progressive wing doesn’t ...

  • Updated

(The Center Square) – More children are likely to have increased access to educational options after state legislators across the U.S. advanced a slew of bills this year expanding school choice, according to several state-by-state surveys.

featured
  • Updated

WASHINGTON — Key lawmakers on the Senate Intelligence Committee told top U.S. intelligence and law enforcement officials Wednesday that their agencies must focus their efforts on a variety of technology advances by China that threaten American economic and global leadership. More than a dozen agencies that together comprise the U.S. intelligence community must develop “the ability to look into ...

featured
  • Updated

WASHINGTON – Another budget reconciliation bill is likely on the horizon, and Democrats are eyeing the measure as a vehicle for a policy priority long mired in partisan disagreement: immigration overhaul. In the coming months, congressional Democrats and the White House could use a budgetary maneuver requiring a simple Senate majority to advance a sweeping infrastructure package. The ...

  • Updated

Tom Osborne (center), alongside Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts (left), delivers remarks regarding the dangers of medical marijuana during a new c…