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Through legislation, lawsuits and other means, liberals and Democrats are pressing this agenda aggressively, over the objections of conservatives.
IN AMERICA’S ‘UNCIVIL WAR,’ REPUBLICANS ARE THE AGGRESSORSPERRY BACON JR. (PERRY.BACON@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 8, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Roessler released video of the shooting over federal objections.
Attorneys for the new owners of the three hospitals and for Waldrep asked the judge to allow them to use the money despite objections from the federal government.
The board established the mail-in voting guidelines in November after objections emerged in a union election for nurses at a Michigan hospital.
It was then that the provisional government, registering its deep objection to the takeover, was forced to resign.
Staples said Monday that it’s prepared to divest Office Depot’s commercial business unit to an FTC-approved buyer to get past any anticipated regulatory objections this time.
Originally, about 14 Senate Republicans and roughly 140 House Republicans had planned to vote in favor of the objections, meaning some lawmakers did change their votes after the attack on the Capitol on Wednesday.
McConnell had privately counseled fellow Republicans not to pursue objections to states’ electoral college results, fearing a messy floor debate.
PAIR OF GEORGIA RUNOFF RACES ARE RAZOR CLOSE WITH U.S. SENATE CONTROL AT STAKEFELICIA SONMEZ, COLBY ITKOWITZ, JOHN WAGNER, PAULINA FIROZI, AMY B WANGJANUARY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The objections are all but certain to fail in the Democratic-controlled House and the GOP-led Senate, where a growing number of Republicans have called the challenges dangerous to democracy.
There was an extra awkward cherry on top of the day, though, when the roll reached the state of Florida and a handful of House Democrats raised objections.

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