The legislation, introduced to the country's parliament on Thursday, would strictly prohibit school children from being exposed to content that encourages gender change or homosexuality.
In February, Texas suffered a major power crisis after the state was hit by a severe winter storm.
The senator reiterated that he would not eliminate the filibuster in order to pass the legislation.
The Rhode Island Department of Labor & Training estimates that the new law will raise wages for approximately 70,000 workers by next year and approximately 140,000 over four years.
The new omnibus law targets drop boxes, voter identification, mail ballot applications and third-party ballot collection at nursing homes.
The measure is meant to protect the state's livestock.
Social media companies could face fines of $250,000 a day thanks to legislation advanced by Florida state Republicans on Wednesday to punish platforms that suspend politicians' accounts.
Facing the risk of losing millions of dollars in funding, Montana lawmakers amended a controversial bill on Tuesday that would ban transgender athletes from competing in school and college sports according to the gender with which they identify.
On Thursday, Congressional Democrats unveiled legislation in both chambers that would expand the number of Supreme Court justices from nine to 13.
President Joe Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure plan and its earmarks are raising some eyebrows, and a central question: What is infrastructure?
Democrats expressed outrage at a controversial voting bill passed by Georgia's GOP, with lawmakers on Capitol Hill slamming as reminiscent of Jim Crow laws.
The Massachusetts senator's proposed legislation could cost Donald Trump around $39 million.
"Our God-given right to protect our country, ourselves and our families shouldn't be up for debate," Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said Thursday.
"There have been a few bumps, but I'm hopeful that we'll have a polished bill we can agree upon in the next few weeks," Virginia Senate Adam Ebbin said Friday.
The Raise the Wage Act claims that a $15 minimum wage would give nearly 32 million American workers a raise.
Senate Bill 66 proposes allowing the use of deadly force against protesters on private property.
Several public figures have expressed outrage against the latest law, which allows workers fewer protections and other benefits they'd be entitled to as employees.
"Senator [Mitch] McConnell knows how to make $2,000 survival checks reality and he knows how to kill them," Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Tuesday.
"I am asking Congress to amend this bill and increase the ridiculously low $600 to $2,000, or $4,000 for a couple," President Donald Trump said Tuesday.
"Members of Congress need to see & read the bills we are expected to vote on," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
"I never met her. I'm understanding she's not that active with her bills or in committee. She's more active on Twitter than anything else," Manchin told the Times.
The legislation would provide $5 billion to the Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund for states that implement mask requirments.
"Public banks are uniquely able to address the economic inequality and structural racism exacerbated by the banking industry's discriminatory policies and predatory practices," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said while introducing the Public Banking Act with Rep. Rashida Tlaib on Friday.
Senator Tammy Duckworth said that the camouflage uniforms worn by both federal agents and members of the military caused "fear and division" in cities where protests occurred.
Around 3,700 inmates are reported to be working at conservation camps under the California Conservation Camp program.
Indiana GOP Rep. Jim Banks' bill would block "jobless rioters" from receiving federal unemployment benefits and force those convicted to pay restitution to arresting police officers.
Illinois Democratic Representative Bobby Rush referred to the monuments as "the false idols of the confederacy."
"At a time of enormous economic pain and suffering, we have a fundamental choice to make," Senator Bernie Sanders wrote.
Pro-lifers have suffered another loss at the Supreme Court, but now is the time to fight back harder than ever.
"Military leaders, active duty troops, veterans, civil rights organizations and every day Americans have long called for changing the names of these installations and acknowledging that the cause for which they fought was wrong," Reps. Anthony Brown and Don Bacon said in a joint statement.