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The presentation by the House impeachment managers was a demonstration, the more welcome for its rarity, of congressional conscientiousness and meticulousness.
It’s very possible, though, that opinion will shift during the congressional hearings next week.
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I think the trial is a waste of time and is the result of seething partisan anger on the part of congressional Democrats.
Last week, members of the Washington region’s congressional delegation said they plan to ask Congress to increase the amount of capital project money Metro receives from $150 million a year to $200 million a year, gradually over 10 years.
Those communities may, for instance, want to advocate to the state commission that they want the entire city to be part of one congressional district.
In the early part of Reagan’s second term, the administration launched a clandestine program to sell weapons to Iran and divert proceeds to rebels fighting the Sandinista government in Nicaragua, a violation of congressional restrictions on such aid.
The measure is dubbed the Safe Tech Act, and it marks the latest salvo from congressional lawmakers against Section 230.
Instead, accountability has fallen to Democrats, who on Thursday put a resolution on the House floor that removed Greene from her congressional committees and put Republican lawmakers on the record over whether they support her.
Republicans will be asked Thursday whether Greene should be booted from congressional committees for her comments, a vote for which Republican support is likely to be far more robust.
Amazon has been at the center of congressional efforts to overhaul competition laws, zeroing in on allegations that Amazon preferences its own products in its marketplace over those from third-party sellers.

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