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The “Shake It Off” singer kicked off Pride Month by asking her fans to flood their senators with letters asking them to support the Equality Act.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) urged the administration not to proceed with what he called the "unnecessary and unwise" move to bypass Congress.
The senator is still confident Republicans will strike a deal on border wall funding.
The surprise announcement adds to the GOP's woes in the 2020 election cycle.
With the GOP in control, a hike by Congress doesn't seem any more likely today than it did five years ago.
Even conservatives think it's bonkers. But the federal judge in Texas has ruled against the Affordable Care Act before.
Sen. Patty Murray noted that lawmakers haven't passed an anti-harassment bill targeting Capitol Hill.
But it's not just a reproductive rights dispute standing in the way of passage.
Yes, it's real bipartisanship -- and, yes, it's about the Affordable Care Act.
“The speaker does not see anything that changes his view that the Senate should keep its focus on repeal and replace of Obamacare."
Every establishment dollar spent supporting a candidate is a dollar that is going to be used against them.