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As our nation continues to battle the pandemic, Republicans must now abandon this sad stunt and join Democrats to crush the virus, grow our economy and bring down costs for families. Read my full statement here: speaker.gov/newsroom/12422
Republicans have worked to recklessly endanger the health of colleagues, staffers and institutional workers. They do so with great shame and hypocrisy, as last year alone more than half of the Members of their conference designated a proxy so that they could vote remotely.
Both the Constitution and more than a century of legal precedent make clear that the House is empowered to determine its own rules – and remote voting by proxy falls squarely within this purview.
SCOTUS' refusal of @HouseGOP’s request to overturn the dismissal of their frivolous lawsuit to block remote voting by proxy is a victory for Congress, the rule of law and public health.
In @POTUS first year, Democrats delivered deeply needed relief to help support our heroic essential workers who have helped keep our communities running during this pandemic, from police officers and firefighters to transportation workers to teachers and more.
See what happened behind-the-scenes last week at the United States Capitol with my Medium post, ‘Madam Speaker.’ speakerpelosi.medium.com/madam-speaker-…
In just his first year, @POTUS strong leadership on health care has helped expand coverage to nearly five million more Americans under the Affordable Care Act and has made health care more affordable than ever before.
Democrats are united in our belief that every person has the Constitutional right to basic health care. As we mark this momentous anniversary, let us renew our pledge to never relent in defending health freedom across our nation. My full statement: speaker.gov/newsroom/12222
In the face of an all-out assault, @HouseDemocrats are leading the charge to defend reproductive freedoms. In September, the House passed the Women’s Health Protection Act, which would ensure every person can make their own health decisions — and it must be enacted immediately.
States like Texas & Missouri have enacted draconian abortion restrictions. And, after allowing the dangerous SB8 to proceed, the Supreme Court could potentially strike a devastating blow to Roe when it rules on Dobbs v. Jackson.
Today, America marks nearly half a century since the courts affirmed the Constitutional right of every woman to have the freedom to make her own decisions about her body, health and family. But, Roe v. Wade now faces its most alarming threat in decades.
Thanks to @POTUS strong leadership in his first year, as we rebuild our infrastructure, we are transforming our middle class.   Our Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will improve roads & bridges, public transit, clean water, broadband & much more – in communities across the country.
One year into @POTUS term, the historic vaccination campaign powered by Democrats’ Rescue Plan has fully vaccinated more than 200 million Americans. Now, as we work to crush the Omicron variant, we’re getting booster shots into the arms of tens of millions of Americans.
In @POTUS first year, Democrats enacted both the American Rescue Plan & the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law: one of the most impactful first years of a presidency in modern times.   In doing so, we have gotten shots into arms, put money in pockets & created millions of new jobs.
Despite being legally blind in one eye, Willie O’Ree in 1958 became the first Black player in the NHL, making game-changing contributions to hockey, inclusion and recreational opportunity.
Today, I was proud to sign S. 452, The Willie O’Ree Congressional Gold Medal Act with @RepPressley and @RepMikeQuigley.
In @POTUS first year, we had the best year of job creation in American history. Democrats powered an historic economic recovery that has created a record 6.4 million new jobs, slashed the unemployment rate to 3.9 percent, and helped millions of Americans off unemployment.
Join @usmayors and me at the U.S. Conference of Mayors 90th Winter Meeting. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
Join me live at the U.S. Capitol for my weekly press conference. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
Democratic Majorities in Congress remain hard at work to execute @POTUS' spectacular vision for the future. We remain committed to delivering on this agenda – now and for decades to come. Read the full statement here: speaker.gov/newsroom/12022
.@POTUS and the Democratic Congress have powered an historic recovery that has created a record 6.4 million new jobs, slashed the unemployment rate to 3.9 percent & helped 16 million off unemployment. Meanwhile, we've gotten shots in the arms of 200 million Americans.
One year later, we proudly mark one of the most impactful first years of a presidency in modern times: getting shots into millions of arms, putting money in pockets and delivering the best year of job creation in American history.
When @POTUS Joe Biden and @VP Kamala Harris were sworn in one year ago, our nation faced a dark and difficult moment from pandemic and economic crises.
Reviewing documents that former President Trump sought to hide from the American people is essential to understanding the events leading up to and during the deadly insurrection and its aftermath, and to ensuring it never happens again. My full statement: speaker.gov/newsroom/11922…
Last night’s Supreme Court ruling is a victory for the truth, for the rule of law and for the American people.  As the Courts have again and again affirmed, no one is above the law – not even a former president, who incited the #January6th insurrection.
In the fight for voting rights, nothing less than our democracy is at stake. Democrats will never relent in our mission to safeguard the sacred right to vote. Read my full statement here: speaker.gov/newsroom/11922…
Our nation faces the most severe and sinister threat to our democracy since the era of Jim Crow. Every single Democrat in the House voted to advance the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act. Yet, an arcane Senate Rule continues to stand in the way of enacting this legislation.
Senate Republicans voted to silence the voices of their constituents, to allow for the nullification of elections, to greenlight partisan gerrymandering, to suppress the grassroots and to embrace the influence of dark money in our politics.
On Monday, our nation celebrated the birthday of civil rights hero Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Last night, Senate Republicans dishonored his leadership and legacy by blocking passage of urgently needed legislation to protect voting rights and our democracy.
Join me live at the U.S. Capitol for a ceremonial swearing-in for Representative-elect Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick to fill the 20th district seat of Florida for the remainder of the 117th Congress. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
Join @OfficialMLK3, @ArndreaKing, Yolanda Renee King, elected officials, civil rights leaders and me at an event for MLK day discussing the critical need for action on voting rights. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
Indeed, we must not rest until we finally achieve racial justice, social justice, economic justice and environmental justice for all of our children.  And may we always strive to build a future worthy of Dr. King’s glorious vision. Ready my full statement: speaker.gov/newsroom/11722
Nearly 60 years ago Dr. King declared: ‘Now is the time to make real the promises of democracy. … Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God's children.’ Let us heed those words by strengthening our democracy & securing the blessings of liberty for every American.
Last week, the House passed the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act. If Senate Republicans block this legislation this week, they diminish our democracy at home and tarnish our example of freedom abroad. But, they cannot & will not deter Democrats from the fight for voting rights.
While our nation has forged important progress on the long road toward justice, a dangerous tide of voter restrictions targeting communities of color reminds us of the urgent work ahead needed to defend our democracy.
On #MLKDay, our nation comes together to celebrate one of our greatest heroes, whose fierce spirit and powerful voice forever altered the course of history. We continue to draw inspiration from his unshakable faith, unimaginable courage and unwavering vision of justice and peace.
See what happened behind-the-scenes last week at the United States Capitol with my Medium post, ‘Madam Speaker.’ speakerpelosi.medium.com/madam-speaker-…
Read my full statement on the hostage situation at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas here: speaker.gov/newsroom/11622
Congress remains ironclad in our commitment to fighting the scourge of antisemitism here at home and around the world. We cannot and will not rest until all of our children, regardless of their faith, can reach for their dreams in a world at peace.
Antisemitism and other forms of hateful violence have been on the rise in recent years. This extremism has injected fear into communities and stolen too many lives. Hatred and violence have no place in America — and we must never fail to confront and combat these dark forces.
Yesterday, an act of terrorism horrified the nation, as worshippers at Congregation Beth Israel in Texas were taken hostage during a Shabbat service. In the wake of this antisemitic attack, we stand with the Jewish communities in Colleyville, across our nation & around the world.
Across the country, American bridges and roads are in poor condition – making it harder to get to work or school and to transport goods that families need. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law delivers $110 billion to make urgent repairs to these roads and bridges.
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law makes an important down payment on environmental justice – investing $21 billion to address pollution harming communities of color. In doing so, we are also creating good-paying union jobs in long underserved communities.
For more information on new funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law impacts your state, visit this resource from the Department of Transportation here: usdot.maps.arcgis.com/apps/dashboard…
When America was experiencing the depths of the pandemic and economic crisis, Democrats knew that we had to #BuildBackBetter. Our nation took an historic step for the future – and the Democratic Congress remains hard at work fighting For The People. speaker.gov/newsroom/11422
New funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to make bridges across the country safer & stronger is proof that #DemocratsDeliver! Thanks to the leadership of @POTUS & @HouseDemocrats, communities across America will soon see the direct impact of this investment.
Thanks to President Biden’s economic plans, the U.S. just had the biggest job creation year in history.
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Almost 30 million Americans live in areas without access to high-speed broadband – which is essential for the 21st Century Economy. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law both increases coverage across the country & lowers costs for everyday Americans, so that everyone can get online.
With @POTUS Biden and @HouseDemocrats’ American Rescue Plan, our nation has made enormous progress to keep families and workers safe. Democrats will not be deterred from taking scientifically sound and strong actions to ensure our families stay healthy. speaker.gov/newsroom/11322…
Meanwhile, reckless Republican leaders in Congress and throughout the country continue to attack life-saving vaccines, fanning the flames of dangerous disinformation and trying to gut many of the precautions proven to save lives.
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