Sahil Kapur

national political reporter for NBC News

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National political reporter for NBC News.

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Two massive voting rights bills would boost voting by mail, make election day a federal holiday, and allow the federal government oversee state voting laws to prevent racial…

Inside Democrats’ plans to pass meaningful legislation to protect voting rights

Two massive voting rights bills would boost voting by mail, make election day a federal holiday, and allow the federal government oversee state voting laws to prevent racial…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

President Biden’s average approval rating has dropped from a high of 55% in late March and April to about 44% now, and those ratings are dropping quickest among Black and Latino…

Biden’s approval rating sinks to Trump territory — due to Afghanistan withdrawal, refugee crisis, and more

President Biden’s average approval rating has dropped from a high of 55% in late March and April to about 44% now, and those ratings are dropping quickest among Black and Latino…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Congress is staring down a big week of deadlines .

$3.5T to keep government open, $1T on infrastructure: Democrats have this final week to pass spending plans

Congress is staring down a big week of deadlines .

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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