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A federal judge struck down Trump rules raising the minimum EB-5 investment to $900K from $500K. Crucially for immigration folks: the judge also didn't buy Sec Mayorkas's attempt to ratify the rule, which she found was improperly issued https://t.co/NOZrelzFpr
Clarification on tonight's meeting of the Steering and Policy Committee. Speaker Pelosi told Members she plans to announce WHETHER she will create a select committee THIS WEEK. Her preference continues to be a bipartisan commission which Senate Republicans are blocking.
Here's the news on the failed FTPA vote, where I tried to cut through the fight-isn't-over happy talk to get to the reality: the only real path to success here for Democrats is an elimination of the filibuster, and it's very hard to see that happening. https://t.co/SwDgRK8RXv
Sinema on the eve of a big S1 vote: "To those who want to eliminate the legislative filibuster to pass the For the People Act...I would ask: Would it be good for our country if we did, only to see that legislation rescinded...and replaced...over the objections of the minority?" https://t.co/J1lJbqTI0d
Sinema digs in on filibuster ahead of elections/voting rights vote “sometimes, the filibuster, as it’s been used in previous Congresses, is needed to protect against attacks on women’s health, clean air and water, or aid to children and families in need” https://t.co/M2jvJBsLY3
New @MonmouthPoll on VOTING -71% say make early voting easier (16% say make it harder) -50% say make mail voting easier (39% say make it harder) -69% favor national guidelines to allow early/mail voting in all states (25% oppose) -80% say require photo ID to vote (18% say no)
NEW: With Senate bid to debate voting rights set to fail Tuesday, activists are gearing up for a furious, last-ditch, uphill effort to move @Sen_JoeManchin @kyrstensinema & co, in hopes of eliminating the filibuster and passing a bill by summer's end. https://t.co/MIOfpAkJhP
Today, re-upping this beautiful @ESCochrane: “My grandfather came to Father’s Day brunches when I was in kindergarten. An uncle taught me how to ride a bike + later how to drive. Another uncle, a Navy veteran, was there for my college graduation.” https://t.co/ts9bOaTulR
I've been thinking a lot & talking to people about how it could be that Sessions, Rosenstein & Barr could all honestly be asserting no knowledge of the subpoena for Schiff & Swalwell's records. I don't have a definitive answer but here's a theory... https://t.co/RSI0K708Zg
“The reports of the behavior of the attorney general under Donald Trump are appalling,” White House comms director Kate Bedingfield tells @mitchellreports. “He obviously has a very different relationship with his Department of Justice than Trump did his” she says of Biden.