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Senate won’t be able to do much — even with a full agenda

Marietta Daily Journal 07 Feb 2023
It’s a tough time to be a U.S. senator. The Democratic-led Senate, the center of dealmaking for the first two years of Joe Biden’s presidency, suddenly is relegated to the sidelines waiting for the Republican-led House to tackle thorny issues ... .

Poll: Kari Lake Tied with Ruben Gallego in Hypothetical Three-Way Matchup with Kyrsten Sinema for AZ Senate Seat

Breitbart 07 Feb 2023
Rising Republican star Kari Lake is tied with Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) in a three-way hypothetical matchup with Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (I-AZ) for Arizona's Senate seat, a recent poll shows ... .

Biden Senate ally says Ukraine will get F-16s eventually

Colorado Springs Gazette 07 Feb 2023
Ukraine’s acquisition of U.S.-made F-16 fighter jets is just a matter of time, one of President Joe Biden’s top Senate allies surmised during a conversation with a top White House official despite the president’s public refusal ....

Virginia’s senators urge state legislature to repeal same-sex marriage ban

The News & Observer 07 Feb 2023
Democratic Virginia Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine are calling on lawmakers in the commonwealth to repeal a state constitutional amendment that forbids same-sex marriage. In their letter sent on ... .

Senator launches ‘Partner with Penry’

The Lancaster News 07 Feb 2023
CAMDEN — S.C. Sen ... Monday, Feb ... The public is welcome to come chat with the senator and enjoy a free cup of coffee. Upcoming events are scheduled as follows. ... ....

Politics With Michelle Grattan: Senator Malarndirri Mccarthy On Alice Springs And The Voice

MENA FN 07 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - The Conversation) Alcohol bans are being reimposed on Northern Territory Indigenous communities, as the federal and territory governments grapple with intractable problems in Alice ... .

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