President Trump Has Appointed 24% Of America’s Appeals Judges

District of Columbia — Facing a historical backlog of judicial nominees, President Donald Trump and the Republican controlled Senate is historically overhauling the judicial system with the President’s nominations to federal appeals courts. By comparison to the last five Presidents, President Trump has appointed and confirmed almost a quarter of the entire federal appeals court, […]

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Federal Judge Blocks New York From Releasing President Trump’s Tax Returns

District of Columbia — A District of Columbia Circuit judge has ordered the State of New York not to release President Donald Trump’s state tax returns under the state’s new TRUST act, which allows for the state to turn over requested state returns to government officials upon request. The President sued over the new law, […]

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House Votes To Raise The Debt Ceiling

District of Columbia — The House of Representatives voted on Thursday to pass a bill that increases spending limits for 2020 and 2021 and suspends the borrowing limit for two years. The measure passes as Congress prepares to depart for August recess, completing one of the most important measures on the docket this year legislatively. […]

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House Set To Vote On Impeachment, Contempt of Congress, and Arms Sales Wednesday

District of Columbia — The House of Representatives has another busy afternoon of votes Wednesday, with the House set to vote on impeachment articles, contempt of Congress, and the blocking of arms sales to Saudi Arabia and other Gulf allied nations. Wednesday could prove to be an important day for Democrats moving forward, as they […]

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Analysis: Democrats Can “Put Up or Shut Up” Impeachment Talk With Impeachment Vote In The Near Future

District of Columbia — On Tuesday, Representative Al Green (D-TX) filed articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump in response to his Sunday tweets telling unspecific Congresswomen to “go back to their home countries”. The filing comes after the House of Representatives voted to condemn President Trump’s comments on Tuesday by a vote of 240-187. […]

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House Democrats Introduce Resolution Condemning President Trump’s Sunday Tweet Attack

District of Columbia — Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats introduced a resolution that would condemn President Donald Trump’s tweets from Sunday, which have caused controversy and even outrage from some. On Sunday morning, President Trump sent out a tweet thread saying, “So interesting to see “Progressive” Democrat Congresswomen, who originally came […]

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