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For Biden speech, Nevada delegation invites guests affected by police killings, abortion policy

When President Joe Biden delivers the State of the Union on Tuesday night, the audience will consist of special guests reflecting the Nevada delegation’s policy priorities, including people affected by police brutality and abortion bans. 


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Federal spending bill expected to target fake elector plots like Nevada GOP’s

The Electoral Count Reform and Presidential Transition Improvement Act of 2022 (ECRA) – the rare bill likely to pass because it already has the support of more than 10 Republicans – would revise election law to close loopholes that Trump and his allies attempted to exploit to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

DC Download: Susie Lee creates House Dem leadership role for swing-seat rep

This week, as Democrats and Republicans wait for the Dec. 6 Georgia Senate runoff to determine whether Democrats have a vote to spare in their majority, the Democratic caucus elected new leaders and adopted new rules, the Senate passed a LGBTQ+ rights bill, and both houses voted on legislation to avert a rail workers strike.

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