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Washington Post PoliticsJul 29, 2021
Congress passes $2.1 billion in emergency funding for Capitol security and Afghan resettlement
Leaders of the Capitol Police and National Guard units warned of imminent cuts if Congress did not act to backfill expenditures made in the wake of the Capitol attack.

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Yahoo PoliticsJul 29, 2021
Biden calls on Congress to extend eviction moratorium as deadline looms


Yahoo PoliticsJul 29, 2021
Biden asks Congress to extend COVID-19 eviction ban set to expire this week


Yahoo PoliticsJul 29, 2021
U.S. Congress passes $2.1 billion for Capitol Police and Afghans


Yahoo PoliticsJul 29, 2021
GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger says most Republicans in Congress privately don't believe Trump's election-fraud claims but repeat them in public anyway


Fox PoliticsJul 29, 2021
Capitol Police ordered to arrest staff and visitors not wearing masks after new House mandate
United States Capitol Police (USCP) were ordered to start arresting visitors and staff who refuse to wear a mask on the House side of the Capitol complex starting Thursday, according to a police memo issued by new USCP Chief Thomas Manger that was obtained by a member of Congress. 

Drudge ReportJul 29, 2021
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Drudge ReportJul 29, 2021
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Washington Post PoliticsJul 29, 2021
Fair Fight Action, CAP Action will bring people to D.C. to lobby lawmakers face-to-face for voting rights bills
Stacey Abrams's voting rights group has been urging voters to call members of Congress, and now it's bringing them to Washington to lobby lawmakers in person.

The Daily BeastJul 28, 2021
They Were the Biggest, Loudest Cop Union in America. Then Came Jan. 6.
JONATHAN ERNST/POOL/AFP via Getty ImagesSince historic protests against police violence in America broke out in force last May, police unions across the country have come under renewed and sometimes scathing scrutiny. After all, they have long been reliable defenders of cops who shoot and kill unarmed people, and their leaders have a penchant for slamming police critics, whether lawmakers and celebrities who advocate for controversial policies like "defunding the police," or rank and file protesters.

Given this track record, Michael Fanone, one of the many cops who fended off rioters at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, said he expected the largest police union in the country, the Fraternal Order of Police, to come out strongly in defense of him and fellow officers. The cops who stared down violent pro-Trump mobs that day have not only had to deal with their own physical and emotional injuries, but also endure criticism from Republican lawmakers, hostile civilians, and even efforts by the former president to downplay the seriousness of the January riot.

But in an interview on CNN Wednesday, Fanone—fresh off from testifying to Congress on Tuesday about his experience at the Capitol—said he received no outreach from the union immediately after Jan. 6. Even though the D.C. Metro cop has been a dues-paying member of the FOP since he first became a police officer, he sa


Yahoo PoliticsJul 28, 2021
Rep. Cori Bush's 'Unhoused Bill Of Rights' Calls On Congress To End Homelessness

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