Ryan Clancy

Voting in America

With the Senate hurtling toward a voting rights showdown over the next few days, No Labels is bringing clarity to the issue where there has been almost none. Republicans and Democrats have been fighting over two “problems” — voter fraud and voter suppression — that are completely overblown. Meanwhile, reforms to the one actual threat …

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Averted Shutdown Is No Cause for Celebration

Last night, all 100 senators agreed to proceed to a vote on funding the government through mid-February. Then, the Senate voted 69-28 to approve the continuing resolution. A win for bipartisanship? Hardly. Instead, it was another prime example of government dysfunction. The Senate has failed to pass any of the 12 annual appropriations bills that …

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Problem Solvers Back MOBILE Health Care Act

As the U.S. nears 50 million confirmed COVID cases and confronts the Omicron variant, the House Problem Solvers Caucus is taking action to improve response at the community level. On Tuesday, the caucus officially endorsed the Maximizing Outcomes through Better Investments in Lifesaving Equipment for (MOBILE) Health Care Act, which would allow for greater flexibility …

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Manchin Sees Chance to “Take Care of the Debt Ceiling”

Before Thanksgiving, Senate Majority Leader Schumer and Minority Leader McConnell seemed to be moving toward an agreement to raise the federal debt limit. But progress froze over the break, and The Hill reported Monday that the two now “don’t appear to be anywhere close to a deal.” Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) says there is still …

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Supply Chain Bottlenecks Continue as Holiday Shopping Season Begins

The holiday shopping season kicked off this weekend, but supply chain issues and surging inflation threaten the retail recovery. The rapid spread of the Omicron variant of coronavirus could also amplify the forces driving up inflation. Axios says Democrats “are scrambling to show action and deflect blame,” with the White House saying reports of empty …

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