From NBC News correspondent, Vaughn Hillyard:
Fwiw, Manchin told me this quote just over a week after Parkland in 2018:— Vaughn Hillyard (@VaughnHillyard) May 26, . . .
“It feels a little different. I’ve got grandchildren also in the school systems, and I understand the concerns that every parent and grandparent has.” https://t.co/DghnLgs9Rh
From the Associated Press:
BREAKING: Senate Republicans blocked a domestic terrorism bill that would have opened debate on gun measures after the deadly Texas school shooting. https://t.co/hMdW0iNItZ— The Associated Press (@AP) May 26, 2022
Yesterday and today, The New York Times asked Republican senators "whether they . . .
Okay, what did the Wheeling Intelligencer consider to be today’s most important story for Wheeling-area readers?
If you guessed the horrific shooting in Texas yesterday, you would be wrong. The Texas school shooting does appear on the front page, but today’s most important article, taking-up nearly half of the front page, was a story . . .
WV’s senior senator is working on his legacy
The latest on Manchin’s “trail of destruction”:
Manchin's trail of destruction is going to get much worse:— Greg Sargent . . .
* Failure to renew ACA subsidies will spike premiums for millions
* Inaction on climate could do incalculable long term damage
Window is closing. GOP House means no action on either for years:https://t.co/hmY6e7AeGg
Are there any lessons for West Virginia?
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John Fetterman wins PA primary
This article in this morning’s Salon nicely sums up last . . .
Alex Mooney easily defeated David McKinley for the new West Virginia #2 Republican nomination. Mooney won 54% to 36%. McKinley carried only three counties: Ohio by 28%, Marshall by 9%, and Pleasants by only 1%. Even worse, had the election just been held in McKinley’s old WV #1, he still would have lost to Alex Mooney by 4.4%.
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Republican senators—including Collins and Murkowski—have already joined with Joe Manchin to block codification of abortion rights at the federal level. If the right to choose is to be saved, it will be an urgent state-by-state struggle that begins NOW!— John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) May 4, 2022