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  • Wyoming lawmakers advance bill on school safety

    The Legislature's interim Joint Education Committee has advanced a bill that would require Wyoming schools to create a comprehensive safety plan and conduct nationally recognized, proactive security training. The measure … Click to Continue

  • A few House races still undecided weeks after voting

    Nearly two weeks after the midterm elections, the races for three House seats remain undecided — with GOP candidates in the lead for each one. In Texas, Rep. Will Hurd is holding onto a 1,150-vote lead over Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones, who is contesting the results. Under state law, she can call for a recount,...

    New York Post
  • House won't vote on government funding, wall until next week

    House Republicans are putting off a vote on a bill that would fund the government and provide $5 billion in funding for President Trump’s border wall. A vote schedule released by the House GOP does not include a vote o

  • Farm bill headed to Trump after House votes to approve

    The overwhelming bipartisan vote for the bill caps an eight-month fight over the legislation.

  • House cancels votes this week, delaying spending battle

    House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., announced Monday that the there will be no votes in the House until next week after the death of former President George H.W. Bush.

    Washington Examiner
  • McConnell: Senate could vote on criminal justice reform bill this week

    WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday that the Senate will vote on a bipartisan criminal justice reform bill as soon as this week — after claiming earlier there wasn’t enough time to take up the legislation. “As a result of this additional legislative business, members should now be prepared to work between

    New York Post
  • House, Senate set to vote on two-week funding extension

    The House and Senate are set to approve a two-week, temporary extension of federal funding that would keep the government fully operational while the two parties work out a long-term deal.

    Washington Examiner