Mike DeBonis

Washington Post congressional reporter covering the U.S. House of Representatives

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President Biden formally handed over the administration’s push to expand voting rights to Vice President Kamala Harris.

Will Vice President Kamala Harris be able to get a voting rights bill passed?

President Biden formally handed over the administration’s push to expand voting rights to Vice President Kamala Harris.

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In three weeks, some 14 million people will lose the extra unemployment benefits that came with the first round of COVID relief. Meanwhile, the U.S.

Congress is at ‘square one’ after another week of no COVID stimulus package

In three weeks, some 14 million people will lose the extra unemployment benefits that came with the first round of COVID relief. Meanwhile, the U.S.

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Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is leading the delegate race in the Democratic primary. He’s been the top vote getter in all three state primaries so far.

Democratic Party concerned about Bernie Sanders as frontrunner

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is leading the delegate race in the Democratic primary. He’s been the top vote getter in all three state primaries so far.

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