(The Center Square) – A Republican candidate to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey suspended his campaign this week after losing custody of his three children.
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(The Center Square) – DHS Secretary Mayorkas couldn’t answer Sen. Cruz’s questions on illegal immigration, kept replying, “I’ll have to circle back with you”
(The Center Square) – Republicans won convincing victories in many parts of the country on election day, from a clear gubernatorial win in Virginia to a nail-biter in reliably Democratic New Jersey.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden departed for Italy Thursday, leaving lawmakers behind to debate the framework of his newly released reconciliation plan, purported to be down to $1.75 trillion from $3.5 trillion.
(The Center Square) – Tense negotiations have continued for months on Democrats’ proposed several trillion dollars in federal spending, leading to major changes for the plan. Notably, Democrats now say the $3.5 trillion "human infrastructure"plan will likely end up closer to $2 trillion, though that figure still remains too high for many lawmakers.
(The Center Square) – Democrats’ division over the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill has further deepened after disagreement on key provisions of the legislation and public attacks between members of the party.
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(The Center Square) – Twenty-six U.S. governors requested to meet with President Joe Biden to propose solutions to the ongoing border crisis, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said at a Wednesday new conference. Because Biden did not respond to the request, the governors said they decided to take their message to the American people, proposing their own solutions to the drastic increase in illegal immigration this year that's led to what they called a humanitarian crisis across the country.
(The Center Square) – One of the nation’s leading economic and business groups is warning that the $3.5 trillion spending bill before Congress is an “existential threat” to the nation’s economy.