# Us senate
Senate Passes $95.3 Billion Foreign Aid Bill Providing Assistance for Ukraine, Israel, More
In the early house of Tuesday morning the Senate passed a $95.3 billion foreign aid bill with assistance for Ukraine and Israel, and includes much more, according to CNN. The bill also includes billions of dollars in aid to support Ukraine and for security assistance for Israel.
Rick Scott's Florida Senate Seat Still a Possible Flip in 2024.
Once a swing state that had Senators from both parties, and the occasional Democratic Governor, Florida has been slipping toward being a Republican controlled state and currently has a Republican Governor, a Republican-controlled legislature and two Republican Senators.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s Seat Still in Danger of Flipping to Dems.
In a state some analysts seem to think may be turning toward the purple, Senator Ted Cruz’s senate seat is still considered up for grabs as it was when Colin Allred announced his run against Cruz back in May.
The “I’m so sick of Kari Lake” fan club—has turned chronic
Arizonans are now left with only the consolation of fellow members that have joined the, “I’m so sick of Kari Lake fan club.”. Kari Lake, the GOP election denier who lost her race for Arizona governor against Katie Hobbs (and never conceded but filed numerous unsuccessful lawsuits) announced her run for US Senate on Tuesday.
Billionaire Governor in Debt: Jim Justice's Financial Woes
Jim Justice, the governor of West Virginia and a candidate for U.S. Senate, is one of the richest men in the state, with a net worth of $1.2 billion. He is also a man who has a hard time paying the bills. Since 2016, courts have ordered Justice and his companies to pay more than $10 million to more than a dozen suppliers, workers and government entities. Over the same time, his companies also piled up $13 million-plus in tax liens.
Title: "Romney Leaves Utah Politics: A New Era Awaits"
Utah Senator Mitt Romney made a significant announcement on Wednesday, stating that he will not seek reelection in 2024. With a storied conservative career and a background as a former presidential candidate and governor of Massachusetts, Romney's decision has created a wide-open contest in a state that heavily favors Republicans. In his video statement, Romney emphasized the need for a new generation of leaders and highlighted the challenges facing the country, such as the national debt and climate change. This article will delve into the details of Romney's decision, the implications for Utah politics, and the potential candidates who may enter the race.
Opinion: Mitch McConnel, says goodbye to Diane Feinstein.
This is the opinion of DearWiseWomen. Update: Diane Feinstein dies at 90 on her own terms. Next battle, who will take her seat. Update: By Sahil Kapur, Frank Thorp V, Kate Santaliz and Julie Tsirkin WASHINGTON — Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell dismissed questions Wednesday about whether he'll retire, vowing to serve out his terms as Republican leader and as a senator from Kentucky.
Tennessee Senator Co-Introduces Resolution to Protect Religious Liberty of Federal Contractors
Citing the Biden administration's reversal of a rule issued by the Trump administration to protect faith-based contractors from discrimination, Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R) introduced a resolution of disapproval under the Congressional Review Act on the Department of Labor’s (DOL) Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) final rule. Blackburn introduces the resolution with fellow Senate Republicans North Carolina Sen. Ted Budd (R) and Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford (R).
The US Senate Is the “Most Privileged Nursing Home in the Country”, According to Nikki Haley
According to the former Governor of SC, the US Senate is "the most privileged nursing home in the country". According to an article published by The Guardian, Nikki Haley, a Republican presidential candidate, made the statement while speaking to Fox News a day after Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader in the Senate, froze in public for the second time in a month while speaking to reporters in Kentucky.
Ron Johnson Repaid Himself $400K from Donor Contributions for Senate Run.
Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin has already paid himself more than $250,000, according to reports to the Federal Election Commission covering from Nov. 9 through June 30.
Senator Dianne Feinstein Hospitalized for the Second Time This Year
California Democrat and longtime Senator Dianne Feinstein was reportedly hospitalized on Tuesday for the second time this year, with the first coming during a bout with shingles that left the senior lawmaker unable to appear in the Senate for months.
Senator Rand Paul's Office Up In Flames Overnight: Cause Unknown
A raging fire broke out at Senator Rand Paul’s office building in Bowling Green, Kentucky early Friday morning. An unlikely and unfortunate chain of events for the Senator, as the fire happened less than a day after he had been in the spotlight for referring Dr. Anthony Fauci to be prosecuted by the US Department of Justice.
Senators Urge Consumer Bureau to Take Action on Voice Cloning Technology
Lawmakers say AI can threaten consumer financial safety. A group of U.S. Senators is urging the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to take steps to protect consumers from the risks posed by artificial intelligence (AI). Specifically, the lawmakers are calling out voice cloning technology which they say can put private banking information at risk.
Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman receives abysmal marks by voters in recent poll
The controversial Keystone State Senator has not had an easy time of it since narrowly winning the seat in November – but his new polling numbers show that his personal obstacles might not be the worst of it.
Congressman Reignites Calls for Longtime Top Democrat's Resignation
One California congressman has reignited calls for Senator Dianne Feinstein to resign after the longtime top Democrat returned to the U.S. Senate floor last week but raised questions about her condition after she appeared in a wheelchair.
Kyrsten Sinema’s Arizona Senate Seat Considered Almost a Certain Flip in 2024.
First she was a Democrat – some said in name only, though she did often support President Biden’s agenda. Now Krysten Sinema is an Independent (Independents usually caucus with the Democrats – think of Bernie Sanders) who could face very serious challenges for her seat in the 2024 elections.
Top Democrat Weighs in on Feinstein Resignation Demands: "I’ve never seen them go after a man who was sick"
Top Democrat and former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi weighed in on some of her fellow Democrats' demands for California Senator Dianne Feinstein to step down from her position following a prolonged battle with illness, criticizing her party members and arguing that the calls for her resignation would not be happening if Feinstein were a man.
Senator Tim Scott Considers Historic White House Bid, Shaping Future of Republican Party
Republican Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina is currently weighing a potential historic White House bid in the 2024 presidential election. If he decides to run, he would be the first Black Republican presidential nominee in American history.
Meredith Lilly Selected As First Black Woman to Hold Senior Advisor Role to Georgia’s U.S. Senator Warnock
Atlanta, GA February 25, 2023– Veteran Strategist, Meredith Lilly, and former State Director has been promoted in a historic move as Senior Advisor to United States Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock. Meredith is the first Black Woman to serve in this capacity and will be the liaison between Washington, D.C. and Georgia.