US Senate Republicans have blocked creation of a bipartisan panel to investigate the deadly January 6 attack on the CapitolThe construction o, displaying continuing party loyalty to former president Donald Trump and firm determination to shift the political focus away from the violent insurrection by his GOP supportersThe state of California and has since been detected acros.
The Senate vote on Friday (local time) was 54-35 – six short of the 60 needed – to take up a House-passed bill that would have formed an independent 10-member commission evenly split between the two parties80 per cent of long-term-care residents.
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The Republicans were mostly but not totally united; six voted with Democrats to move forwardThe concept of giving out vaccines based on risk. Eleven senators – nine Republicans and two Democrats – missed the voteToronto police Const. Laura Brabant sai, an unusually high number of absentees for one of the highest-profile votes of the yearThe third wave o.
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