The Georgia state legislature is working to pass legislation, which would help secure future elections. One America’s Christina Bobb spoke with attorney Ray Smith about the issue and has more from Washington.
Two top Biden administration officials told Congress they are optimistic about America’s financial recovery. One America’s Christina Howitson has more.
The ongoing crisis of illegal immigration is being condemned from both sides of the border amid Joe Biden’s’ continued inaction. One America’s Hans Hubbard reports.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is set to coax lawmakers into getting on board with a $3 trillion infrastructure package during a hearing with the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. However, GOP lawmakers are raising concerns about the hidden agenda within the proposal, including Green New Deal provisions. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with Rep. Dusty Johnson of South Dakota, a member of the committee, about the upcoming hearing.
Illinois state Rep. Chris Miller (R) has become the latest target of cancel culture from the left after he argued securing U.S. elections would be the best way to ensure our elected leaders are not bullying their way into office and abusing their power. One America’s Christina Bobb has more.
The South Dakota legislature passed a bill that would protect women’s sports. Rather than sign the bill into legislation, however, Gov. Kristi Noem marked up the bill and sent it back with changes. One America’s Christina Bobb spoke with the General Counsel for the Alliance Defending Freedom to learn how the governor’s mark ups effect the legislation.
The IRS has delayed the tax filing deadline to May 17 after the latest stimulus package made changes to the tax code. On Wall to Wall, Greta spoke with tax expert Dan Pilla about those changes and how they impact taxpayers.
Joe Biden’s economic advisors are expected to recommend up to $3 trillion in new spending plans, including massive infrastructure projects like high speed trains. One America’s Shane Althaus has more.
Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows told OAN that blaming President Trump for the border crisis is “ignoring the numbers and facts.” One America’s John Hines has more from Washington.