From Rep. Massie, representing Kentucky

Scoop: DOE is announcing a massive investment in 4 direct air capture hubs. When built, each should be capable of removing over a million tons of CO2 per year (removing 1 million ton of CO2 is like taking ~200k gas cars off the road).

Ella Nilsen
Washington, DC

@CNN climate reporter. @voxdotcom/@concordmonitor alum. Granite stater, missing the mountains. email:


This is an epic waste of taxpayer dollars and a depressing misdirection of human capability.

From Rep. Boyle, representing Pennsylvania

The Good Friday Accords are the bedrock of peace in Northern Ireland and a beacon of hope for the world. Ensuring there is no physical border between the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland is necessary for upholding this landmark agreement, which transformed Northern Ireland.


I thank Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA-12) for her faithful and consistent support of the #GFA and peace in Ireland. I was proud to accompany her in 2019 to London, Dublin, and N. Ireland when we communicated this message.

From Rep. Swalwell, representing California

Covid has crushed our restaurants. @HouseDemocrats and @SenateDems have proposed reloading the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. Nearly EVERY Republican voted against it and killed the bill. Here’s what a Bay Area restaurant owner shared with me when he learned the bad news.

From Rep. Williams, representing Georgia

BREAKING: The Jan. 6 select committee says it has obtained evidence that Rep. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA-11) (R-GA) led a tour through the Capitol on Jan. 5, 2021 — contradicting earlier denials by GOP lawmakers that any tours occurred that day.

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Kyle Cheney
Arlington, VA

Senior legal affairs reporter for @POLITICO with a focus on 1/6 aftermath. Tips: NY ➡️ BOS ➡️ DC


This is the same Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA-11) who filed an ethics complaint against me and 33 of my Democratic colleagues for asking for an investigation into any members of Congress who might have given Capitol tours on 1/5/21 when the tours weren’t happening because of COVID.

From Rep. Deutch, representing Florida

I discussed last week's troubling Lufthansa incident with its CEO Carsten Spohr this morning. We cannot allow antisemitism to go unchecked. I urged Lufthansa’s CEO to thoroughly investigate, demand accountability and set an example of how corporations must confront antisemitism.

From Sen. Duckworth, representing Illinois

Last night, the House took an important step in supporting families like Officer Smith’s by passing the bipartisan Public Safety Officer Support Act I’ve been pushing for.

Now it’s time for the Senate to get it over the finish line.

From Rep. Boyle, representing Pennsylvania

I have been waiting 28 years to celebrate this moment. I am so proud to be a graduate of the University of @NotreDame class of 2022!!

Jerome Bettis

Official Twitter Account of @profootballhof 2015 inductee Jerome Bettis. Husband & Father, Super Bowl Champion, @notredame class of 2022


Congrats to my fellow Domer @JeromeBettis36 upon EARNING his degree. I admire his commitment, on the field and in the classroom. #GoIrish @NotreDame

From Rep. Green, representing Texas

Today I spoke on the House floor about how everybody has a duty to stand up and speak out against hate and acts of hatred. My full remarks:

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From Rep. Letlow, representing Louisiana

Today, I pushed on the FDA Commissioner for a REAL timeline of when we will see baby formula back on the shelves. As a Mom, I find his answer unacceptable to deliver to my constituents who are desperate to feed their children.

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From Rep. Larsen, representing Washington

I understand the impact formula shortages have had on Northwest Washington families trying to feed their babies.

Below is a list of actions I have taken this week to address the shortage and improve access to formula. ⬇️

My office has put together a list of local resources to access safe and affordable formula. ⬇️