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'Eye for an eye': CNN analyst on what this vote means for Democrats' future

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'Eye for an eye': CNN analyst on what this vote means for Democrats' future

'Eye for an eye': CNN analyst on what this vote means for Democrats' future

The House voted largely along party lines to censure GOP Rep.

Paul Gosar of Arizona.

The move comes after he posted a photoshopped anime video on his Twitter and Instagram accounts showing him appearing to kill Democratic Rep.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and attacking President Biden.


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House Passes Electoral Reform Bill , in Response to January 6. On September 21, the U.S. House of Representatives passed an electoral reform bill aimed at preventing presidents from overturning election results. 'The Washington Post' reports that the bill passed by a 229 to 203 vote. Nine Republicans broke with GOP ranks to join Democrats in supporting the measure. Representatives Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Zoe Lofgren of California wrote the Presidential Election Reform Act. Representatives Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Zoe Lofgren of California wrote the Presidential Election Reform Act. The bill explicitly cites the January 6, 2021, Capitol attack as the catalyst for amending the Electoral Count Act of 1887. According to the authors of the bill, the legislation is meant , “to prevent other future unlawful efforts to overturn presidential elections and to ensure future peaceful transfers of presidential power.”. Legal challenges are not improper, but Donald Trump’s refusal to abide by the rulings of the courts certainly was, Liz Cheney, Wyoming House Representative, via 'The Washington Post'. Legal challenges are not improper, but Donald Trump’s refusal to abide by the rulings of the courts certainly was, Liz Cheney, Wyoming House Representative, via 'The Washington Post'. In our system of government, elections in the states determine who is the president. Our bill does not change that. But this bill will prevent Congress from illegally choosing the president itself, Liz Cheney, Wyoming House Representative, via 'The Washington Post'. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the measure, “a historic and bipartisan legislative action to safeguard the integrity of future presidential elections.” . President Joe Biden has also endorsed the bill, calling it the next step in , “critically needed reform of the 135-year-old Electoral Count Act.”

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Gov. DeSantis Claims Credit , for Sending 2 Planes of Migrants to Martha’s Vineyard. According to a statement DeSantis' office emailed to CNN, the Florida governor says he sent two planes carrying about 50 migrants to Martha's Vineyard on Sept. 14. States like Massachusetts, New York and California will better facilitate the care of these individuals who they have invited into our country by incentivizing illegal immigration through their designation as 'sanctuary states' and support for the Biden Administration's open border policies, Gov. Ron DeSantis, via statement. Julian Cyr, who represents Martha's Vineyard, said, "There was no advance notice to anyone in Martha's Vineyard or Massachusetts that these migrants were arriving to my knowledge." . The island scrambled to respond. They essentially set up shelters, the equivalent of a hurricane or Nor'easter. They set that up in a matter of hours and these families received a meal. They were COVID tested and are spending the night in shelters at several churches on the island, Julian Cyr, who represents Martha's Vineyard, via CNN. Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker issued a statement. The Baker-Polito Administration is in touch with local officials regarding the arrival of migrants in Martha's Vineyard. At this time, short-term shelter services are being provided by local officials, and the Administration will continue to support those efforts, Gov. Charlie Baker, via statement. Democratic officials in Florida responded to the move by DeSantis on Sept. 14. Even for Ron DeSantis, this is a new low. There is nothing that DeSantis won't do, and nobody that he won't hurt, in order to score political points, Manny Diaz, Florida Democratic Chair, via statement. The action by DeSantis comes after TX Gov. Greg Abbott and AZ Gov. Doug Ducey began busing migrants to Washington, D.C, earlier this year. The action by DeSantis comes after TX Gov. Greg Abbott and AZ Gov. Doug Ducey began busing migrants to Washington, D.C, earlier this year. The action by DeSantis comes after TX Gov. Greg Abbott and AZ Gov. Doug Ducey began busing migrants to Washington, D.C, earlier this year. The action by DeSantis comes after TX Gov. Greg Abbott and AZ Gov. Doug Ducey began busing migrants to Washington, D.C, earlier this year. Abbott has also started to bus migrants to New York City and Chicago

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GOP Senator Graham, Proposes Nationwide , Abortion Ban. On September 13, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham , introduced a nationwide abortion ban, sending shockwaves through both political parties. Associated Press reports that the proposed legislation has upended the political debate on a tense issue just weeks before midterm elections. . Associated Press reports that the proposed legislation has upended the political debate on a tense issue just weeks before midterm elections. . Graham's abortion ban bill would prohibit the procedure after 15 weeks with rare exceptions. According to AP, the wide-reaching ban has little chance of becoming law in the Democrat-controlled Congress. Even Republican Party leaders did not immediately embrace Graham's proposed ban. . America’s got to make some decisions, Lindsey Graham, Republican Senator, via Associated Press. We welcome the debate. We welcome the vote in the United States Senate as to what America should look like in 2022, Lindsey Graham, Republican Senator, via Associated Press. AP reports that Graham's proposed ban comes amid a key election season as Republicans vie to take control of Congress. . This bill is wildly out of step with what Americans believe, Karine Jean-Pierre, White House press secretary, via Associated Press. While President Biden and Vice President Harris are focused on the historic passage of the Inflation Reduction Act to reduce the cost of prescription drugs, health care, and energy – , Karine Jean-Pierre, White House press secretary, via Associated Press. ... and to take unprecedented action to address climate change — Republicans in Congress are focused on taking rights away from millions of women, Karine Jean-Pierre, White House press secretary, via Associated Press

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Sarah Palin Loses to Mary Peltola , for Alaska House Seat. Sarah Palin Loses to Mary Peltola , for Alaska House Seat. CNN reports that unofficial results provided by the Alaska Division of Elections indicate Palin's attempt at a political comeback has been halted. . CNN reports that unofficial results provided by the Alaska Division of Elections indicate Palin's attempt at a political comeback has been halted. . Ranked-choice ballots were tabulated in Alaska's first use of the system. . Democrat Mary Peltola's victory will not only flip the seat held by the late GOP Rep. Don Young for nearly 50 years. Democrat Mary Peltola's victory will not only flip the seat held by the late GOP Rep. Don Young for nearly 50 years. but it will also make her the first Alaska Native in Congress. Palin, who will get another chance to run for the House in a few months, , criticized ranked-choice voting after her defeat, saying it's a "new crazy, convoluted, confusing" system. . Though we're disappointed in this outcome, Alaskans know I'm the last one who'll ever retreat. Instead, I'm going to reload. , Sarah Palin, via statement. With optimism that Alaskans learn from this voting system mistake and correct it in the next election, let's work even harder to send an America First conservative to Washington in November, Sarah Palin, via statement. Palin, who is endorsed by former President Donald Trump, famously resigned halfway through her term as Alaska governor in 2009. It remains to be seen whether she can regain the support of her once-loyal constituents

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DC Mayor Declares Public Emergency , Over Migrants Arriving From Arizona and Texas. DC Mayor Declares Public Emergency , Over Migrants Arriving From Arizona and Texas. CNN reports that Mayor Muriel Bowser made the declaration on Sept. 8. She also revealed that a new government office will be established to provide support to migrants. $10 million will be allocated to the new Office of Migrant Services. Mayor Bowser said she'll seek reimbursement for some of those funds via the Federal Emergency Management Agency. We're putting in place a framework that would allow us to have a coordinated response with our partners. , Mayor Muriel Bowser, via statement. This will include a program to meet all buses, and given that most people will move on, our primary focus is to make sure we have a humane, efficient, welcome process that will allow people to move on to their final destination, Mayor Muriel Bowser, via statement. In protest of President Biden's immigration policies, , TX Gov. Greg Abbott and AZ Gov. Doug Ducey have sent hundreds of buses to the nation's capital and other major cities. . In protest of President Biden's immigration policies, , TX Gov. Greg Abbott and AZ Gov. Doug Ducey have sent hundreds of buses to the nation's capital and other major cities. . In protest of President Biden's immigration policies, , TX Gov. Greg Abbott and AZ Gov. Doug Ducey have sent hundreds of buses to the nation's capital and other major cities. . In protest of President Biden's immigration policies, , TX Gov. Greg Abbott and AZ Gov. Doug Ducey have sent hundreds of buses to the nation's capital and other major cities. . Mayor Bowser criticized the governors for contributing to the "growing humanitarian crisis," . Mayor Bowser criticized the governors for contributing to the "growing humanitarian crisis," . but she also said the federal government "has been lacking in some respects" when it comes to handling the migrant situation. . but she also said the federal government "has been lacking in some respects" when it comes to handling the migrant situation.

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Pelosi Leaves Taiwan , As Beijing Begins Military Drills. 'New York Post' reports that the House speaker left Taiwan on Aug. 3 after a brief, controversial visit. . 'New York Post' reports that the House speaker left Taiwan on Aug. 3 after a brief, controversial visit. . The visit, meant as a show of support for Taiwan, worsened tensions between the U.S. and China. Beijing, which considers Taiwan part of its sovereign territory that it seeks to reclaim, . warned Pelosi that if she went through with her visit, there would be "consequences.". Pelosi's departure comes as China conducts its largest military drills in over 25 years. Pelosi's departure comes as China conducts its largest military drills in over 25 years. The "necessary and just" air and sea drills are slated to begin Aug. 4. The "necessary and just" air and sea drills are slated to begin Aug. 4. 'New York Post' reports that at least half of the areas where the drills will take place seemingly infringe on Taiwanese waters. Experts say the actions could be "seen as an act of war.". Experts say the actions could be "seen as an act of war.". During her meeting with Pelosi, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen said, , “We will firmly uphold our nation’s sovereignty and continue to hold the line of defense for democracy.”. During her meeting with Pelosi, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen said, , “We will firmly uphold our nation’s sovereignty and continue to hold the line of defense for democracy.”. Pelosi responded by saying, , “America’s determination to preserve democracy, here in Taiwan and around the world, remains ironclad.”. Pelosi responded by saying, , “America’s determination to preserve democracy, here in Taiwan and around the world, remains ironclad.”

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Mark Zuckerberg's , Net Worth Has Plunged in 2022. So far, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg's net worth has plummeted by $70 billion dollars in 2022. . Business Insider reports that the drop has bumped Zuckerberg down to the 20th richest person in the world. According to Bloomberg's Billionaire Index, Zuckerberg's estimated worth was at $125 billion at the beginning of 2022. . Since then, that number has , fallen to $55.3 billion, , a loss of over 55%. . Forbes now estimates , the Meta CEO's net worth , at $53.4 billion. The past twelve months have been tumultuous for Meta, which owns Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Oculus. . The past twelve months have been tumultuous for Meta, which owns Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Oculus. . The company announced it would shift to a 'metaverse' and unveiled a massive rebrand in October of 2021. Following the announcement, Facebook went on to report its first-ever decline in users. In the last quarter of 2021, the social media platform lost nearly one million daily active users. In the second quarter, Meta's net income dropped 36%, which resulted in a loss of over $3 billion. This year, Meta has cut down on hiring amid an economic downturn, which has sent shockwaves through the tech sector. According to Reuters, Meta reduced its hiring target for engineers in 2022 by nearly a third

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