Jonathan Weisman
Jonathan Weisman
Congressional correspondent, The New York Times, author, (((Semitism))) - Being Jewish in the Age of Trump, and No. 4 Imperial LaneSource
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Leaked Supreme Court Draft Would Overturn Roe v. Wade

Leaked Supreme Court Draft Would Overturn Roe v. Wade

Liberal senators, responding quickly to a leaked draft of a Supreme Court opinion repealing Roe v. Wade, called for passage of legislation to codify a woman’s right to an abortion, even if that meant scrapping the Senate’s legislative filibuster. But the reality is that no such move is likely. With Senator Joe Manchin III of West Virginia in opposition, Senate Democrats lack the majority needed to pass such substantive legislation, or to scrap the 60-vote threshold. Two Republican senators, Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, support abortion rights, but they have always...

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House Narrowly Passes Biden’s Social Safety Net and Climate Bill

House Narrowly Passes Biden’s Social Safety Net and Climate Bill

The vote was months in the making for the roughly $2 trillion measure, one of the most consequential bills in decades. Now it faces a difficult path in the Senate. The House narrowly passed the $2 trillion spending bill, 220 to 213, which aims to tackle climate change, health care and the nation’s social safety net over the next decade. The bill faces a difficult road ahead in the Senate. On this vote, the yeas are 220, the nays are 213. The Build Back Better bill is passed. [cheering] The House narrowly passed the $2 trillion spending bill, 220 to 213, which aims to tackle climate...

Nov 19
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