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In this image from Senate Television, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., speaks on the floor of the U.S. Senate on Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022. President Joe Biden is set to meet privately with Senate Democrats at the Capitol, a visit intended to deliver a jolt to the party’s long-stalled voting and elections legislation. Before he arrived Sinema blunted the bill’s chances further, declaring she could not support a “short sighted” rules change to get past a Republican blockade.
Manchin and Sinema torpedo filibuster repeal yet again
Colin Moorhead II, Staff Reporter • January 26, 2022

Despite the efforts from Senate Democrats, Senate Republicans have blocked two attempts at passing voting legislation. The legislation was a...

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As coronavirus vaccines are approved for emergency use, skeptics are worried about efficacy rates.
Nick Explains: Vaccine Efficacy
Nick Sack, World News Editor • April 1, 2021

95%, 94%, 66%.  If these were listed as possible choices for which vaccine you would take, obviously you would choose the 95% or 94%, right?...

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