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[LIVE] Following leader remarks, the Senate will resume debate on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a $750 billion defense programs and policy bill for 2020. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: Charles Schumer, US Senate, US Congress, Immigration, Children, Families, Human Rights
The Senate Rules and Administration Committee voted along party lines 10-9 to favorably report out of committee a resolution to change procedures for the consideration of presidential nominations. Members considered other committee business as well, however the majority of the debate focused on this resolution. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell also took part in the vote and debate. S. Res 50, as it's formally known, is co-sponsored by the chair, Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Sen. James...
Topics: Mitch McConnell, US Senate, US Congress, Elections
Following President Trump's announcement of a deal to reopen government for three weeks, Majority Leader McConnell and Democratic Leader Schumer reacted to the deal. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: Charles Schumer, US Senate, US Congress, Mitch McConnell, Federal Budget, Immigration
Senate Democrats sought to bring up spending bills to re-open the federal government but Majority Leader McConnell objected. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer started it off talking about legislation passed in the House to re-open the government that "was drafted and supported by Senate Republicans." He said four of the bills in the House package passed the Senate 92-6 (in the last Congress, which he didn't mention). He said Sen. McConnell won't bring up the bills because he's...
Topics: Mitch McConnell, US Senate, US Congress, Charles Schumer, Federal Budget, Immigration, Homeland...