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The 118th Congress turns out to be do-nothings, passing three laws...

Inter-party conflict has been an obstacle that circumvents the duties of the legislative branch,  primarily their duty to collaborate. These conflicts have encroached on...

Political Recap: Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy ousted

  On Tuesday, October 2, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy was stripped of his position in a 216-210 vote on a “motion to vacate.” The vote...

State Senator Dave Min’s drunk driving is an example of how...

California State Senator from Irvine, Dave Min, was pulled over in Sacramento after driving without his headlights on and running a red light. A...

Prosecute Trump or risk American Democracy

“Hang Mike Pence!” The events of Jan. 6 shocked the nation. Never before had a violent mob stormed the capital and threatened the lives...

President Biden’s call to end the filibuster was too little, too...

Last week, President Joe Biden made a full-throated call for the end of the filibuster. Many Democrats and activists have been calling for an...

Georgia’s new election laws are a direct attack on voting rights

Republican lawmakers in Georgia have pushed voting legislation that has been described by protesters as “Jim Crow 2.0.” The new legislation that was quickly...

Double the Pell: It’s time for Congress to prioritize low-income students

Low-income college students are in dire need of assistance, and it needs to come from doubling the Pell Grant. Doubling the Pell would be...

Your vote is your voice, and it says far more than...

Issues ranging from systemic discrimination, healthcare, pandemic management, the nomination for the SCOTUS, among many more create a tense environment surrounding this election, making...

ASUCR Office of External Affairs urges Congress to pass Supporting Students...

The ASUCR Office of External Affairs is encouraging students to email their congressional representatives to pass a federal COVID-19 student relief stimulus...

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides opportunities for...

Signed into law on March 27, 2020 by President Donald J. Trump, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocates...