Some relatives of the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. are spending the holiday named for him in conservative-leaning Arizona to mobilize support for languishing federal voting rights legislation
Some family members of Civil Rights icon Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
With their broad voting rights push nearing a dead end, Democrats must soon decide whether to embrace a far narrower bipartisan effort to protect vote counting and administration.
Democrats already were expecting a rough election year. But their struggle to advance priorities has some calling for a course correction.
He weathered one of the roughest weeks of his presidency, and his year ends with his approval ratings underwater. Now the question is whether he has a course correction in mind.
The VP’s work was more extensive than known. But legislative paths appear closed.
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