Senate Rejects Bid To Prevent Warrantless Government Surveillance Of Internet Use

Adrian Ovalle

The Senate on Wednesday directly beat a procedure looking for to prevent Americans’ internet surfing and search histories from warrantless surveillance by the federal government. The vote was 59 in favor, 37 opposed– except the needed 60 votes required for adoption. Provided as a modification by Sens. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Steve Daines (R-Mont.) to […]

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Asked About Task Force Snub, Trump Says He’s Still Got A Grudge Against Mitt Romney

Adrian Ovalle

President Donald Trump on Sunday concurred that he still holds a grudge against Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah.) after he was inquired about the senator’s exemption from the congressional coronavirus task force for resuming the U.S. economy. Romney, a long time business person and one-time Republican candidate for president, was the only GOP senator not welcomed […]

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Senate GOP Blocks Emergency Paid Sick Leave Bill From Moving Forward

Adrian Ovalle

Democrats wanting to pass an emergency paid authorized leave bill to handle the fallout from the coronavirus were stymied by Senate Republicans on Wednesday. Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) attempted to speed the step up for a vote on the Senate flooring through a procedural maneuver, however an objection from Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) avoided the […]

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