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DemDaily: Hanging in the Balance

DemDaily: Hanging in the Balance

December 20, 2017 By a margin of one vote, Democrat Shelly Simonds was declared the winner yesterday of the recount in Virginia’s 94th Assembly District, unseating incumbent Republican David...

DemDaily: The Tax Bill Explained

DemDaily: The Tax Bill Explained

December 19, 2017 On Friday Republicans finalized their proposed tax plan and, with votes expected by the House and Senate in the next two days, the halls of Congress are overflowing with protests...

DemDaily:  What is Net Neutrality?

DemDaily: What is Net Neutrality?

December 15, 2017 Yesterday the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to roll back Obama-era regulations that prohibited internet service providers (ISPs) from restricting the flow of data...

DemDaily:  Alabama Says No Moore

DemDaily: Alabama Says No Moore

December 13, 2017 Welcome to the US Senate Doug Jones! Yesterday’s spectacular Democratic victory in the Special Election to fill the Senate senate vacated by Jeff Sessions was a resounding...

DemDaily: Women Weigh In

DemDaily: Women Weigh In

December 12, 2017 Yesterday 59 female Members of Congress called on the House Oversight Committee to investigate sexual misconduct charges against President Trump, and today brings to a close one...

DemDaily: On Unity and Reform

DemDaily: On Unity and Reform

December 11, 2017 The fifth and final meeting of the Unity Reform Commission of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) met December 8th and 9th in Washington, DC, concluding with their nearly...