"It's time to usher in a new era of climate action—one that prioritizes our planet and our people," Congressman Ro Khanna, who voted "yes," told Newsweek.
Senate Democrats passed the $739 billion bill that will invest in health care and climate change on Sunday, after months of negotiations.
Grassley, 88, lamented that he would miss a family reunion for the second year running to "fight" the expected passage of the Inflation Reduction Act.
"Getting new forms of energy, feeding the grid, will ultimately reduce the price of electricity." Sen. Mark Kelly of Arizona told Newsweek.
Donald Trump believes Joe Biden has broken a pledge not to tax Americans earning less than $400,000.
"I don't care about what pain it may cause members of the Democratic Party," the Senate's number 3 Republican, Senator John Barrasso, said.
Republican Senators Grassley, Hawley and Graham criticized Chuck Schumer for breaking his promise to hold a tech bill vote by "early summer."
A clip of Kyrsten Sinema talking to two Republican Senators has gone viral, amidst speculation over whether she will back the Inflation Reduction Act.
The bipartisan group says taxes "will not increase for any family" making less than $400,000, but Senator Kyrsten Sinema has yet to reveal how she will vote.
If Republicans aggressively communicate the details of the Manchin-Schumer bill, it will become prohibitively expensive for any Democrats to vote for it.
GOP Senator Pat Toomey's office said the PACT Act "would enable $400 billion over the next 10 years in spending completely unrelated to veterans."
The Arizona Democrat has been a hurdle to President Joe Biden's legislative agenda.
The West Virginia Democrat said he could not support the full proposals in the potentially historic climate bill just two weeks ago.
Senator Kyrsten Sinema and other moderates' issues with taxes could sink a carefully negotiated version of Democrats' key domestic spending package.
Trump posted on Truth Social after clips of McConnell working to clear the Capitol during the insurrection were shown at the latest January 6 committee hearing.
"Senator Manchin's refusal to act is infuriating. It makes me question why he's Chair of ENR," Senator Martin Heinrich said of Manchin.
Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and Rep. Ted Lieu claim Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh lied during their confirmation hearings about their views on Roe v. Wade.
Conservatives criticized Schumer over his 2020 remarks on Wednesday after an armed man was arrested outside the Supreme Court justice's home in Maryland.
An antitrust defeat would give the Big Tech companies the green light to continue stomping all over their smaller competitors.
McConnell told reporters that he was "hopeful" for a "bipartisan solution that's directly related to the facts" of the mass school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
The Democratic majority leader said that the Senate is "going to vote on gun legislation" and that Americans "are tired of moments of silence."
A number of people suggest the U.S. signing the UMSCA trade deal has resulted in it not being able to import formula from Canada amid the current shortage.
The Democratic senator joined his GOP counterparts in voting against a bill codifying the right to an abortion under federal law.
Meghan has said that child care is not "just a community imperative" but "a business imperative" as Archewell joins the Business Coalition for Child Care.
The vote to codify the 1973 ruling is widely considered certain to fail, but Democrats are hoping it will mobilize voters in November.
"This week's vote is not an abstract exercise; this is as real and as high stakes as it gets," Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said.
"This is as urgent and as real as it gets," Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said. "We will vote to protect a woman's right to choose."
Both parties were outraged over a leaked Supreme Court opinion. Republicans say the leak hurts the court. Democrats say the opinion will hurt women.