For 53 years @MedicareGov has been protecting the health & well-being of millions of Americans. Let's continue to protect this vital program for the beneficiaries that depend on it. #StrengtheningMedicare #MedicareAnniversary pic.twitter.com/tyT5us5usL— Administrator Seema Verma (@SeemaCMS) July 30, 2018
Jared Kushner does rare interview on Fox. Here responding to question about his security clearance. pic.twitter.com/nhPpbvYo3S— Connor Ryan (@connortryan) April 2, 2019
Ivanka has revised her financial disclosures *six times in the last month.* https://t.co/BvHFpChvWE— Eric Umansky (@ericuman) April 4, 2019
The statement starts by condemning the media for misrepresenting and falsely reporting that the budget freezes out funds for the Special Olympics and then ends with... an explanation for why the budget freezes out funds for the Special Olympics https://t.co/i8gRWpIhal— Sam Stein (@samstein) March 27, 2019
.@RepBarbaraLee: This amounted to providing tools & guidance to make sure students' civil rights are protected. You rescinded that.— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 26, 2019
DeVOS: Every community needs to be able to handle discipline in a way that works for them.
LEE: Thank God we had Brown v. Board of Education! pic.twitter.com/qHfJcu6Nd6
House subcommittee probing voting rights holding meeting Tuesday at Standing Rock reservation. Rep. Fudge and Rep. Butterfield only members scheduled to attend in person.— Sam Levine (@srl) April 9, 2019
Hearing comes after Native Americans faced significant voting hurdles after state adopted voter ID bill pic.twitter.com/0fwp6tF9YV
Big news from Colorado: the House just voted to restore the voting rights of anyone released from incarceration. On to Senate!— Taniel (@Taniel) April 10, 2019
What bill changes: It enfranchises ppl on parole, as 14 states already do. It still doesn't guarantee voting rights for all, as in ME, VT, Puerto Rico.
Catching up on the amicus briefs filed in the Census case at SCOTUS and, oh hey look at that, Ed Blum—who spearheaded the lawsuit that gutted the Voting Rights Act— wants a citizenship question so noncitizens can be excluded in redistricting https://t.co/aMd6TIqilf pic.twitter.com/ptYslxZqgf— Tierney Sneed (@Tierney_Megan) April 3, 2019