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- House sends bill aiding ‘Havana Syndrome’ victims to Biden’s deskby By Andrew Desiderio on September 21, 2021
The legislation would aid victims of directed energy attacks as they seek medical care for symptoms that can include brain damage.
- Shutdown, default odds increase as GOP buckles up to block debt limit hikeby By Burgess Everett and Marianne LeVine on September 21, 2021
Without the support of 10 Republican senators, Democrats will either have to remove the debt ceiling from the bill or risk a government shutdown.
- Mayorkas vows ‘dramatic results’ in coming days on Haitian migrantsby By Nick Niedzwiadek on September 21, 2021
He said that the administration is continuing to ramp up “the frequency and number” of repatriation flights for the migrants, the bulk of whom hail from Haiti.
- Schumer whacks Biden administration over handling of Haitian migrantsby By Marianne LeVine on September 21, 2021
"We cannot continue these hateful and xenophobic Trump policies that disregard our refugee laws," the Senate majority leader said Tuesday.
- House sends shutdown patch, debt fix to Senate demiseby By Caitlin Emma, Jennifer Scholtes and Andrew Desiderio on September 21, 2021
The bill hit a snag with House progressives who were concerned about its assistance to the Iron Dome missile defense system.
- Dems fear Biden’s domestic agenda could implodeby By Burgess Everett and Heather Caygle on September 21, 2021
“If any member of Congress is not concerned that this could fall apart, they need treatment,” said Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.).
- House GOP unlikely to rescue Biden's infrastructure bill on the floorby By Olivia Beavers on September 21, 2021
Fewer than a dozen Republicans are expected to back the Senate-passed bill. (For now.)
- Dems ready an immigration reform backup plan despite long oddsby By Marianne LeVine and Sarah Ferris on September 20, 2021
Privately, they acknowledge that the Senate parliamentarian may have doomed their effort. Publicly, they're floating a new strategy.
- Schumer: A government shutdown would lead to 'recession'on September 20, 2021
Schumer: A government shutdown would lead to 'recession' 1 00:00:00,330 --> 00:00:06,060 >> Should Republicans careen our country towards a default. Our country could actually 2 00:00:06,060 --> 00:00:11,400 be plunged into recession laying off millions making it harder for 3 00:00:11,400 --> 00:00:16,170 people to pay up pay for the food on the table in their mortgages and their rents.
- Dems rope debt to government funding, lassoing GOP into clashby By Sarah Ferris and Caitlin Emma on September 20, 2021
Democratic leaders announced they would pursue lifting the debt limit through legislation that requires bipartisan support in the Senate, despite opposition from the GOP.
- 4 more Democratic plays where the Senate's rules referee can blow the whistleby By Marianne LeVine, Anthony Adragna and Caitlin Emma on September 20, 2021
The party's push for immigration in its social spending bill suffered a setback, but that might not be the only major provision to get chopped.
- Inside Thompson and Cheney's Jan. 6 probe alliance — both genuine and strategicby By Kyle Cheney and Olivia Beavers on September 20, 2021
In interviews with POLITICO, the Democrat and Republican leading the insurrection select committee revealed a surprisingly thriving partnership.
- Democrats blocked from including immigration reform in party-line spending billby By Marianne LeVine on September 20, 2021
The decision shuts down one path for moving forward on the contentious issue.
- Dems vow to go the distance as September problems pile upby By Marianne LeVine, Sarah Ferris and Heather Caygle on September 19, 2021
The party has Herculean levels of work to do in 11 days, and it's projecting confidence but offering few clues on how.
- Klobuchar: Legislation needed to combat voter suppressionby By David Cohen on September 19, 2021
“You cannot have these states basically deciding who their voters are,” she said.