She arguably remains the most influential woman in US politics – notwithstanding the election of Kamala Harris to the Vice Presidency – and occupies the limelight whilst Harris lingers in Biden’s shadow. Continue reading When will Nancy Pelosi retire as speaker of the house?
Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s new restrictive voting law will disenfranchise minority voters, activists have warned. Continue reading New Texas voting laws will suppress minority voters after record 2020 turnout
The Texan abortion law enacted in May, and given tacit consent by the US Supreme Court, is the most aggressive anti-abortion law to take effect in the US since 1973. Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Texas State Senator warns of threat to Roe v Wade amidst new abortion laws
The US Supreme Court decided last Thursday to allow a Texas law which effectively bans abortions after 6 weeks to remain in place. Continue reading Anti-abortion law: What it means for the women of Texas
Many Americans are spending well over half of their pay packets on rent and have been left at an unnecessary risk of eviction. Continue reading US eviction crisis: Joe Biden’s eviction moratorium is only a temporary fix
At $1.9 trillion, the Covid-19 stimulus package already dwarfs anything previously passed by Congress – but with the introduction of The American Jobs Plan, Joe Biden is looking to eke out that capital and go even bigger. Continue reading Biden’s radical infrastructure plan could rebuild America’s foundation
The Senate is said to be the saucer that cools the hot cup of the House of Representatives – but the existence of the filibuster doesn’t so much help to cool proceedings as it does freeze them. Continue reading Abolishing the filibuster would transform US politics