Joe Manchin wants to remake Democrats’ sweeping elections reform bill. Republicans plan to take it down before he can try.
The congresswoman maintains her post at the National Endowment for Democracy despite criticism over how she cast doubt on Biden’s election.
Sean Patrick Maloney, the committee chair, named 21 of his Democratic colleagues to leadership posts.
Progressives have expressed concerns that infrastructure talks between Democrats and Republicans could yield an insufficient package.
The former Georgia gubernatorial candidate described the tenets of Manchin’s proposal as “strong ones that will create a level playing field.”
The bigger proposal doesn’t necessarily mean, however, that the party has given up on bipartisan talks just as they gain steam.
A wedge has started to form between House Republicans and law enforcement after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, and their opponents are ready to make the most of it.
The move came after the Minnesota Democrat clarified comments that members of both parties criticized as equating the U.S. and Israel with terrorist groups.
Different Democratic factions disagree on how to proceed on spending priorities, with centrists calling for frugality and progressives wanting to go massive.
During a Zoom meeting the West Virginia Democratic senator organized on Monday, he also talked about policing with a handful of Republicans and civil rights groups.