According to CNN, several members want GOP leadership to force a vote removing Reps. Cheney and Kinzinger from their other committee assignments.
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Republicans blocked a bipartisan commission to probe the Capitol riot, and now won't participate in a House inquiry on the basis that it's too partisan.
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"There are indications that some of these folks were in on it, & we can't have them be a part of the investigation," AOC tweeted.
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The upcoming border trip comes as Republicans attack the Biden administration over its immigration policy.
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The group cited figures released by the Customs and Border Protection, which revealed 180,034 migrant encounters at the southern border last month.
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The bill was previously passed in the Senate. President Joe Biden is expected to sign the bill into law in the coming days.
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Thirty-five House Republicans on Wednesday voted in favor of a bill to establish an investigation into the January 6 attack on the Capitol building.
Thirty-five House Republicans on Wednesday voted in favor of a bill to establish an investigation into the January 6 attack on the Capitol building.
Murkowski, who is up for reelection next year, expressed a willingness to back a bipartisan investigation in Congress that would examine the riot.
Opposition to the COVID-19 vaccines is widespread among Republicans and is hindering the US's efforts achieve herd immunity.
During a tense exchange Thursday, Fox News host Bret Baier responded by saying Fox News has reported "numerous times" that the election wasn't stolen.
The Wyoming Republican said it was "really stunning" to see Rep. Kevin McCarthy visit former President Donald Trump a week after the Capitol riot.
Sen. Joni Ernst spoke against the attempted purge of Cheney, telling reporters "we've got to come together as Republicans."
"I have no idea how this even showed up," Boehner said. "America is a land of immigration. We've been the world's giant melting pot for 250 years."
House Republicans voted last month to approve restoring earmarks, and Senate Republicans are set to discuss the same thing at a meeting next week.
House Democrats introduced earmark reforms in late February, and the GOP just voted to repeal its outright ban of them. The Senate hasn't voted yet.
The House on Thursday passed two bills that would establish new background check requirements on firearm sales and transfers.
GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger in a new CNN interview warned that the GOP could lose future elections if the culture within the party doesn't change.
On Thursday, the US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi denied that the House of Representatives had adjourned early because of a potential QAnon threat on the Capitol and called it “Silliness”.She informed reporters and said, “I don’t think anybody should take any encouragement that because some troublemakers might show up that we changed our whole schedule.No, we just moved it a few hours and it largely will accommodate the Republicans going to their own session”.Pelosi also said the purpose of the adjournment was to give House Republicans time to hold their annual issues conference because of a conspiracy theory that Donald Trump would be inaugurated that day for a 2nd term.Pelosi added, “The silliness of this being Inauguration Day and that in May the president will be inaugurated falls into the realm of ‘Let’s not waste our time on it’”.Some followers of the elaborate conspiracy theory QAnon believe the March date is still the ‘Real’ inauguration day and Trump will return to power then.The Capitol Police said they had received intelligence that a militia group was planning to storm the Capitol a 2nd time in order to make that fantasy a reality.
Doomed bill seems to forget municipal broadband exists due to failures of private sector House Republicans this week proposed legislation that would ban the creation of municipal broadband networks at a federal level, and shutter networks in areas where some private competition exists – purportedly to improve internet access across the US.…
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