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A conviction would require the support of two-thirds of senators in the evenly divided chamber.
That created a vivid contrast between the emotion inside the Senate chamber and many senators’ legalistic explanations outside it.
Two Republicans joined all of the chamber’s Democrats in voting for the bill.
VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE VOTES TO ABOLISH THE DEATH PENALTYGREGORY S. SCHNEIDER, LAURA VOZZELLAFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Steve King of Iowa made a series of offensive statements, Democrats who hold a narrow majority in the House chamber took matters into their own hands.
As Democrats settle into control of both chambers of Congress, signs of the party’s legislative priorities are starting to manifest.
That chamber will take up marijuana legalization on Friday as well.
Of the 99 state legislative chambers, Republicans control 61 of them.
Instead, the nurse welcomes you with, “The doctor will sniff you now,” and takes you into an airtight chamber wired up to a massive computer.
The bill has virtually no chance of passing with Democrats in control of both chambers of Congress.
As the new Congress kicks off with narrowly divided chambers, Republicans and Democrats are starkly divided on how to navigate the aftermath of the worst attack on the Capitol since the Burning of Washington in 1814.

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