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Saturday, November 5, 2022

Weekly Congress Update

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National Security / Military

Offshore energy battle looms over ‘must pass’ defense bill (H.R. 7900)

Foreign Policy

Coons, Portman visit Ukraine to ‘underscore broad support’ in Congress

Federal Spending

Manchin calls for deal on Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid in new Congress


House Republicans call for resignation of Biden border chief

Commerce Policy

More than 40 lawmakers urge U.S. Soccer to comply with investigation into allegations of abuse •

'Not going to go away': Climate expert drills down on need for permitting reform •

‘Offensive and disgusting’: Manchin unloads on Biden over coal comment about shuttering coal plants


Not-so-full House

The election after the election

Pelosi says her husband's condition 'continues to improve' , 'making steady progress', faces 'long recovery' • Paul Pelosi released from hospital • Pelosi reads a poem in her first on-camera remarks since husband's attack • Trump: Attack a 'terrible thing' • Rick Scott calls attack 'disgusting' • Suspect brought zip ties , threatened to break Speaker's kneecaps • What we know about suspected attacker • San Francisco DA announces attempted murder charge • Federal charges • Alleged attacker enters not guilty plea for state chargesDavid DePape pleads not guilty in court appearance • Six new details from Monday's affidavit • San Francisco DA shoots down 'public interest' in releasing bodycam footage • What we know about the attack, what questions remain

House Republican says both parties need to tone down political rhetoric, ‘myself included’

Lofgren demands answers from Capitol Police on Paul Pelosi attackoutside-D.C. security • assault spurs calls on the Hill for boosted lawmaker security • Capitol Police chief pushes for 'more resources'says political climate requires more resources to keep lawmakers safe • Capitol Police weren't monitoring cameras at Pelosi's home as they captured break-in

Ohio congressman's niece among those killed in South Korea Halloween crowd surge

Supreme Court clears way for Graham to face questioning in Georgia election probe

University of Florida board of trustees OKs Sasse as next school president

Budget panel race is on, regardless of Ways and Means outcome

Committee Activity

Chief Justice Roberts temporarily shields Trump tax records from House

Jan. 6 committee says Trump must start turning over records next week

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