"Because once they hit the ground in Texas, they can be arrested and brought back to the Capitol," Dan Patrick told Fox News.
A British High Court ruled in May that the child's life-sustaining care could be withdrawn as it is in her "best interests" because she has "no prospect of recovery."
The film producer donated thousands of dollars to politicians over the years, a handful of whom are expected to run for re-election next fall.
Every GOP senator voted against the move to debate the For the People Act. After the filibuster, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said: "We will not let it die. This voter suppression cannot stand."
The term "mentally retarded" was removed from most federal statues by the passage of Rosa's Law in 2010.
Democrats have called for Barr and his predecessor as attorney general, Jeff Sessions, to testify under oath.
Republicans in the Senate successfully used the filibuster to block a bipartisan commission on the events of January 6.
"One thing this legislation did demonstrate extremely well... was that the rules of the Senate don't stand in the way of bipartisan legislating," McConnell said Tuesday.
A Senate bill gets bipartisan support in order to boost research and development of science in the U.S. to keep in competition with China. GOP senators still worry about the funding of the bill.
On both sides of the border, more than half of population has received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.
Leaders of Congress in both parties are condemning the controversial Georgia GOP congresswoman who compared COVID-19 mask mandates to requirements put on Jewish people during the Holocaust.
The California Republican asserted that any commission would just "get in the way" of current Department of Justice investigations.
As Democratic leaders have backed Israel's "right to defend itself," a vocal faction of the party has slammed Israel's treatment of Palestinians.
"I don't think anybody is questioning the legitimacy of the presidential election," McCarthy, a California Republican, told reporters on Wednesday.
Republicans such as Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell attacked the Democrats' voting rights legislation known as the For the People Act. McConnell criticized it as a "partisan power grab."
The Vermont senator said repealing the cap on the tax deduction would send a "terrible message" to voters.
Although he previously expressed opposition to the idea, the president has now asked his education secretary to prepare a memo to determine whether the administration has the legal authority to cancel up to $50,000 in student loan debt.
The New York senator, who once supported tough drug laws, said he changed his mind after seeing how legalization helped Colorado.
The Senator compared the peaceful actions of the Georgia state lawmaker with the insurrectionists at the U.S. Capitol.
Republican legislatures across the country have introduced bills that would make it more difficult to vote.
Starting in April, Americans can apply for up to $9,000 in COVID funeral costs incurred after January 20, 2020.
Schumer believes the president has the power to cancel up to $50,000 of student loan debt without Congress.
Increasingly, we are going to see Democratic members of the House and the Senate having to decide whether to vote for the people they represent or for the Harris-Biden-Pelosi-Schumer Democratic machine.
House Speaker Pelosi said the embattled New York governor "should look inside his heart ... to see if he can govern effectively."
Six women have accused New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment. Some of the women had worked as his aides.
"The allegations of these women are very, very troubling," Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, a New York Democrat, said.
Schumer criticizes conceding to Republicans, although he previously agreed with Collins on removing funding for pandemic preparedness from the 2009 stimulus bill.
Andrew Griswold was photographed in the Senate during the Capitol riot and allegedly bragged about the insurrection afterward.
The Senate majority leader criticized his Republican counterpart after he branded the president's COVID-19 relief plan "very liberal and purely partisan."
Senate majority leader wants the president to increase the level at which students are forgiven loans, which Biden wants to keep at $10,000.