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Biden Delivers First Speech to Congress With Biggest Spending Agenda in Recent Memory, Backed by Raising…

Ernice Gilbert | April 29, 2021

Spending like never before, gun control, police reform, immigration reform, Covid-19 and higher taxes summed up President Joe Biden's first speech to Congress delivered Wednesday night — 24 hours before his first 100 days in office. The president delivered his remarks on the aforementioned, saying his agenda would help lift a resurgent America to even greater levels of social and economic stability. "After just 100 days, I can report to the nation America is moving again. Turning peril into possibility, crisis to opportunity, setbacks into strength," the president said in remarks lasting just over an hour. He later stated, “America is moving. Moving forward. And we can’t stop now. We’re in competition with China and other countries to win the 21st century.” The address was like no other. The empty room included few lawmakers and other Congresspeople…

Senate Cancels Friday's WAPA Hearing After Failed…

Ernice Gilbert | March 18, 2021

Freshman Senator Carla Joseph was not pleased that the Committee of the Whole hearing on the V.I. Water…

Bryan Names Former Senator Allison DeGazon as Head…

Staff Consortium | February 12, 2021

Governor Albert Bryan has named former Senator Allison DeGazon to take the position of director of the…

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