Posted on · Episode: 2959 Learning to fact-check in a nation divided by contradictory facts. Today, truth-seeking across a great divide.
Posted on · The Congresswoman discusses her current efforts to help the American people.
Posted on · Many speakers focused on beating Democrats in the November midterm elections — and pushed for less negotiation and collaboration across party lines.
Posted on · The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection is holding about a half a dozen public hearings this month on what it has learned so far. The first is on June 9 at 7 p.m.
Posted on · Democrats say the governor’s plans to bus migrants out of state are inhumane, while some Republicans are calling his latest moves a campaign gimmick.
Posted on · Democrats in the Senate will proceed to a vote on two voting rights bills Wednesday, despite lacking the votes needed to pass either measure.
Posted on · The former El Paso congressman announced his candidacy on Monday, becoming the first Democrat to join the crowded race.
Posted on · The Freedom to Vote Act was led in part by Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, who was trying to get Republicans on board. Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell vocally opposed it.
Posted on · The Texas Legislature is in the midst of redrawing voting districts, a process that happens after the census every 10 years.
Posted on · The House Committee on Redistricting released maps on Thursday that reflect Republicans’ increased control. The maps are redrawn every 10 years with U.S. Census data.
Posted on · The U.S. sued Texas after the Biden administration vowed to oppose Texas’ new near-total abortion ban. The lawsuit joins several legal challenges already in progress.
Posted on · A first draft of the new congressional redistricting maps has been released, showing two new seats in metropolitan areas due to growing populations.
Posted on · The bill passed 79-37 on second reading late Thursday night then passed 80-41 on a third reading Friday afternoon. The measure includes bans on 24-hour voting and drive-through voting.
Posted on · Democrats voted to approve legislation named after the late civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis. It's aimed at protecting the right to vote, but the bill faces steep Republican opposition in the Senate.
Posted on · It’s unclear what the Legislature will be able to accomplish with just two weeks left on the 30-day clock. Key legislative deadlines are coming. Member relationships are frayed. Some Democrats warn the quorum could be broken again.