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Weekly Wrap-Up: March 01-05

Updated: Mar 5, 2021

Highlights from the Week

1. Last week the House passed the American Rescue Act, which establishes additional relief for the economy, public health, state and local governments, individuals, and businesses. Click here to see how they voted and here to read statements from your congressional representatives about what’s in this next package.

2. As part of the next relief package, Congress is debating whether or not to raise the minimum wage. Click here to read what your representatives are saying.

3. This week the Senate confirmed Miguel Cardona as Secretary of Education. Click here to see how they voted.

4. This week the Senate confirmed Gina Raimondo as Secretary of Commerce. Click here to see how they voted.

5. Last week the House passed the Equality Act, which prohibits discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Click here to see how they voted.

6. Click here to see what Congress is saying this week about COVID-19.


By James and the Elections Research team

Want to get in contact with your elected Congressional representatives of the 127th Congress? Click here to see the full list of representatives, and click on their name to view their contact information.

Election Results:


By Annie, Chelsea, and the Officials Research team

Public Statements: 1,895 statements were added this week

Key Votes:

  • States: 49 bills added

. The Missouri House passed a bill that would require photo identification in order to cast a ballot.

  • Congress: 6 bills added

. HR 1: Vote to pass a bill that expands voter registration and voting access, limits removing voters from voter rolls, and requires states to establish independent redistricting commissions.

. HR 1280: Vote to pass a bill that requires increased accountability for law enforcement misconduct, increases transparency and data collection, and prohibits discriminatory policing practices.

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