N.Y.’s Transit System Could Receive $10 Billion in Infrastructure Deal


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Republicans Block Voting Rights Bill, Dealing Blow to Biden and Democrats


All 50 G.O.P. senators opposed the sweeping elections overhaul, leaving a long-shot bid to eliminate the filibuster as Democrats’ best remaining hope to enact legal changes. Tags: suchen suche search tag anzeigen besucherzahl browser design […]

Democrats Unite Behind Voting Rights Bill as It Faces a Senate Roadblock

Democrats Unite Behind Voting Rights Bill as It Faces a Senate Roadblock

With Republicans set to filibuster, Democrats are focusing on staying unified in the face of defeat. But the path ahead for the legislation is murky at best.

Democrats Float $6 Trillion Plan Amid Talks on Narrower Infrastructure Deal

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Democrats are considering moving unilaterally on a sweeping economic package even as bipartisan talks continue on a smaller infrastructure bill.

Senate Passes Bill to Bolster Competitiveness With China


The wide margin of support reflected a sense of urgency among lawmakers in both parties about shoring up the technological and industrial capacity of the United States to counter Beijing.

Democrats, Converted to Filibuster Foes, Are Set to Force the Issue


Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic leader, is lining up votes to build the case for defusing the procedural weapon, which Republicans have used to thwart the party’s agenda.

Voting Rights Bill Falters in Congress as States Race Ahead

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Opposition from Republicans and some of their own senators has left Democrats struggling to determine whether they should try to nix the filibuster to save a top priority.

After Skirting Filibuster Fight for Months, Democrats Near a First Battle


The looming vote on creating a commission to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol assault could reignite a clash over the Senate blocking tactic. Activists worry that time is short for a bid to eliminate it.

Schumer Readies Plan B to Push Immigration Changes Unilaterally


Should bipartisan talks stall, the Senate majority leader is exploring trying to use budget reconciliation to legalize millions of undocumented immigrants.

Progressive Lawmakers to Unveil Legislation on Energy and Public Housing


The proposal, billed as the Green New Deal for Public Housing Act, offers a clear policy marker for liberals as Democrats seek to influence President Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan.

Democrats Win Crucial Tool to Enact Biden’s Plans, Including Infrastructure


A ruling from the parliamentarian appears to clear the way for Democrats to bypass Republicans and fast-track at least one more fiscal package through the Senate on a majority vote.

Biden Seeks Assault Weapons Ban and Background Checks


After the second mass shooting in a week, the president said tighter gun laws should not be a partisan issue, but Republicans in Congress showed little interest in Democratic proposals.

Biden Stimulus Package Helps Mass Transit Avoid Doomsday Cuts


President Biden’s sweeping stimulus package includes the largest single infusion of federal aid that public transportation has ever received, allowing agencies to scrap plans for draconian cuts.