The fate of the two bills is typical in a Congress where the Republican-controlled Senate is wary of giving House Democrats legislative wins in an election year.
Even for children who file their own taxes, if they are claimed as a dependent by a parent, they will receive no stimulus payment.
Craig landed on a novel strategy: picking up a bill Republicans had already passed in the Senate.
Democratic Rep. Angie Craig and Republican Rep. Pete Stauber have both emphasized the need for bipartisanship and worked together on legislation.
“In all likelihood, some of us are gonna lose our jobs over it,” Rep. Dean Phillips told Vice News earlier this week.
Stauber’s been willing to work with Democrats on legislation.
Even with no endorsed Republican challenger, outside groups are pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into the Second District.
President Trump, on the other hand, seemed to celebrate the move.
On Friday, Second District Rep. Angie Craig introduced the Halt Unchecked Member Benefits with Lobbying Elimination — or HUMBLE — Act.
Special education costs a lot more than what either the state or federal government has been willing to pay for it.
Potential topics of investigation into Trump administration actions numbering in the dozens — as many as 85, by one estimate.
The candidates who populate the new Democratic majority are hardly all the same kind of Democrat.
No matter who the Democratic candidate is, count on Republicans running attack ads linking them with Nancy Pelosi.
The poll suggests this race may no longer be a toss-up.
Democrats are increasingly rallying around single-payer; meanwhile, you don’t hear “repeal-and-replace” from many Republicans these days.
It’s the economy, stupid.
The names on the ballot are the same, but a lot has changed.
Candidates from both parties are already accusing each other of being tools of big business, lobbyists, and urban elites, propped up by swampy dark money.
The recordings made national news, but they struck familiar chords for Minnesotans who watched Lewis’ 2016 election.
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