Proud to stand with these colleagues and grateful to the @WhiteHouse for our thoughtful conversation. We must end the humanitarian crisis in Yemen & forge a new foreign policy that puts human rights first worldwide. Let’s go! https://t.co/gSR1zWxmDK
— Rep. Andy Levin (@RepAndyLevin) July 27, 2021
The child tax credit is blowing up on TikTok. That should tell lawmakers something. The videos of parents getting their checks aren’t just a fun meme — they suggest a path for making the one-year policy permanent. @dylanmatt https://t.co/LZeeKFnifl
— Scott Dworkin (@funder) July 23, 2021
Kirsten Gillibrand’s proposal to overhaul the military justice system has made it past the Senate Armed Services Committee’s consideration of the annual defense policy bill. So have two other competing proposals aimed at tackling military sexual assault.https://t.co/ZR3eNnOYYf pic.twitter.com/A5tMTYknoR
— The Hill (@thehill) July 22, 2021
PM POST: Another woo hoo moment. Wales to trial basic income. “The trial must include … what society looks like. If we want to understand what would happen if we rolled out the policy tomorrow, we must include all demographics.” https://t.co/jwMBS11j5V
— Basic Income Today (@UBIToday) July 20, 2021
I was a strong and early critic of the war in Iraq, & Kristol and I have very different worldviews on foreign policy. But to have a discussion about strengthening liberalism and liberal institutions with people you disagree is in my view needed in a pluralistic democracy.
— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) July 19, 2021
“For many parents, [the CTC] will be the functional equivalent of a school voucher — money they can use at any private or religious school. This is the fulfillment by liberals of a conservative policy dream…Pro-family Republicans should work with Democrats to make it permanent.” https://t.co/cZvjpMXRiF
— Scott Santens 🧢🏄♂️ (@scottsantens) July 12, 2021
The American public deserves to know what hand the oil industry has in shaping policy & promoting misinformation.
Fossil fuel executives should come before Congress like every other industry to answer basic questions. But if they won’t voluntarily, we’ll make sure they show up.
— Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) July 7, 2021