Tag: congress

Can Politicians Just Do Their Jobs?

UNITED STATES—I know I am not the only person who is just absolutely annoyed to the core with politicians nowadays. I don’t care if...

Congress Approves New Stimulus Bill

UNITED STATES—On Wednesday, March 10, members of Congress voted and approved the final details of the $1.9 Trillion American Rescue Plan Act of 2021....

UC Asks CA Delegation To Double Pell Grants For Students

CALIFORNIA—The University of California (UC) sent a letter to the California Congressional Delegation on Monday, March 1 urging them to take action on doubling...

Debate For Minimum Wage Increase Continues

UNITED STATES—Well that time has come around again on the uproar from those against and those in favor of a federal minimum wage increase....

Second Capitol Officer Commits Suicide

UNITED STATES—On Tuesday, January 26, Robert J. Contee, III, Acting Police Chief of the District of Columbia, revealed in testimony to the House Appropriations...

Capitol Building Locked Down Following Security Breach

UNITED STATES—The U.S. Capitol was on lockdown after what appeared to be, supporters of President Donald Trump breached security and entered the building on...

Speaker Of The House Nancy Pelosi’s Home Vandalized

SAN FRANCISCO—Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, had her San Francisco home vandalized on Friday, January 1. Officials from the San Francisco Police...

Coming To A Suitable Resolution

UNITED STATES—Last week we chatted about Congress finally coming to an agreement about a new stimulus package, only to discover a day or two...

President Trump Signs Pandemic Relief Bill

UNITED STATES−On Sunday, December 27, President Donald Trump signed the coronavirus relief package with Americans receiving payments of $600 for individuals with an adjusted...

Congress Agrees On A Spending Bill

UNITED STATES—On Monday, December 21, members of Congress agreed on a $1.4 trillion federal spending package to fund the federal government another year. The new...