MONTGOMERY, Alabama (AP) - A legislative committee has shelved ethics legislation that would allow lobbyists to give unlimited gifts to public officials. The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman on Wednesday delayed a vote on the bill that would make multiple changes to state ethics law. The bill by Republican Sen. Greg
Legislation putting into law a constitutional amendment restoring voting rights to some Florida felons has won approval by a state Senate committee. The Senate Judiciary Committee cleared the measure Monday.
A Republican-led Iowa Senate committee has failed to advance a constitutional amendment to restore voting rights for felons, killing one of GOP Gov. Kim Reynolds' top proposals ahead of a legislative deadline.
Mueller’s report essentially accuses Trump of witness tampering – one of the offences Republicans impeached Clinton on. Here’s how they explained their votes
TALLAHASSEE – A bill banning “sanctuary” policies at cities and counties in the state passed its final Senate panel by a narrow 9-8 vote Wednesday, setting the stage for a contentious floor vote on a measure that has drawn accusations of racism amid a national debate on immigration laws. The two-hour
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indiana Senate is moving toward a vote on legislation aimed at getting Indiana off a list of five states without a hate crimes law. Senate Republicans decided privately Monday to put the bill up for a final concurrence vote as early as Tuesday. If 26 senators
The Indiana Senate is moving toward a vote on legislation aimed at getting Indiana off a list of five states without a hate crimes law, even as the bill's critics
The Indiana Senate is moving toward a vote on legislation aimed at getting Indiana off a list of five states without a hate crimes law. Senate Republicans decided privately Monday
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National security experts began loudly ringing the alarm Wednesday morning after Attorney General William Barr claimed that American intelligence agencies were “spying” on Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign during a hearing before the Senate. Max Bergmann, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress and the director of the Trump-Russia-focused Moscow Project, tweeted that Barr “went full Nunes,” a reference to former House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) who infamously pushed a theory...
More than 550,000 people are homeless in the United States today, and 25 percent of them are in California. Sen. Dianne Feinstein says it’s a national crisis.
The Senate voted 17-12 after a pitched floor debate on Tuesday to join an agreement between states known as the National Vote Interstate Compact, a way to bypass the Electoral College.