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Political clock is ticking as Democrats weigh impeachment

The political clock is a significant factor in whether majority House Democrats launch any impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. There’s increasing pressure on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to at least start an impeachment inquiry into whether Trump obstructed special ...

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Political clock is ticking as Democrats weigh impeachment

The political clock is a significant factor in whether majority House Democrats launch any impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump. There’s increasing pressure on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to at least start an impeachment inquiry into whether Trump obstructed special ...

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St. Louis may lose one rep under redistricting

St. Louis city would lose one of its two members of Congress and much of northern Missouri would be covered by a single congressional district under a redistricting proposal released Wednesday by a state House committee.

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House approves more bankruptcy judge

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill that, if passed in the Senate, will create 13 additional permanent bankruptcy judgeships, convert 22 existing temporary bankruptcy judgeships to permanent status and extend two current temporary judgeships.

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House approves more bankruptcy judge

The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill that, if passed in the Senate, will create 13 additional permanent bankruptcy judgeships, convert 22 existing temporary bankruptcy judgeships to permanent status and extend two current temporary judgeships.

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Labor proposal would force choices

The time for nonunion employers to evaluate their labor practices is now. Although U.S. Congress has rejected three prior attempts to make the Employee Free Choice Act law, the current Congress will very likely pass some form of the bill, ...

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