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JOE BIDEN

Those seeking to pursue investigations include House Republicans Matt Gaetz, who pledged in a podcast to target the Department of Justice until "sphincters tighten," Bob Gibbs, who has been pushing to impeach Biden since September over the Afghanistan pullout, and James Comer, a hopeful to become head of the House Oversight Committee.
U.S. COVID-19 hospitalizations reached a record high this week after steadily increasing since late December, according to a Reuters tally, while Omicron overtook Delta as the dominant variant of the coronavirus.
Biden and most fellow Democrats have ratcheted up their campaign to pass voting-rights legislation after spending much of his first year in office debating spending bills focused on COVID-19 relief, infrastructure and social safety net programs.
Supporters say it forces lawmakers to seek consensus, serves as important check on the party in power and ensures that major laws that affect American life don't change radically with every election.

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Speaking at the white-domed building that was the scene of the Jan. 6, 2021, riot, Biden warned that Trump's false claims that the election was stolen from him through widespread voting fraud could unravel the rule of law and undermine future elections.
Federal student loan repayments were set to resume on Feb. 1 before Biden’s latest extension until May 1, marking the third delay he has issued.
With about 300 people in attendance, Searching For Truth held an event Thursday, Dec. 9, at the Brainerd Exchange.
Gov. Tim Walz said he requested the team on Tuesday and the 14-person group is set to touch down in Minnesota on Friday.
Biden toured Dakota County Technical College before speaking with local leaders, students and others about the massive spending package.
The ruling applied in the 10 states that brought the case, including North Dakota and South Dakota.

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The president is set to discuss the law and its roughly $6.8 billion impact on the state during a trip to Rosemount.
The White House on Friday, Nov. 26, announced the president's visit, which will focus on the recently-approved infrastructure package.
Our American way of life is turning out to be a nightmare.

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