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Nearly two dozen House Democrats are calling on congressional leaders to include a pathway to citizenship not only for undocumented immigrants in their budget reconciliation measure, but also for foreign citizens who grew up in the U.S. legally.
WASHINGTON — Democratic Rep. Deborah Ross, who spent a decade in the state legislature, is used to political games.
But as she’ll tell you, Congress is a whole different beast.
FORT BRAGG — President Joe Biden signed a law this week that consolidates Fort Bragg into one judicial district.
Republican Congressman Richard Hudson, whose district includes Fort Bragg, co-sponsored the House version of the bill, which was sponsored by Rep. Deborah Ross, D-Raleigh.
WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — The U.S. House is set to take up a third voting rights bill this summer.
“I think you’ll see a response to the Supreme Court’s most recent decision. That really set voting rights back,” Rep. Deborah Ross said.
The North Carolina Democrat said the high court’s decision to uphold Arizona’s voting restrictions will make it harder for minorities to vote.
Maria Theresa Louis was born in Kerala, India, in 2003. She and her older brother moved to the Triangle with her parents in 2009 when her father was hired to work in the area through an H-1B visa, a non-immigrant status granted to workers in a specialty occupation.
WASHINGTON (WNCN) – Joining together in a bi-partisan letter, U.S. Reps Richard Hudson (R-NC) and Deborah Ross (D-NC) are pleading with the EPA to do more.
Expressing concern over a massive surge in COVID-19 cases in India, a Congresswoman has written to US President Joe Biden urging him to accelerate America's assistance to India in terms of oxygen cylinders, ventilators, BiPAP machines, and surplus vaccines.
Following a visit from the vice president two weeks ago, Kamala Harris’s husband Doug Emhoff and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg came to North Carolina to continue pushing the Biden administration’s jobs and infrastructure plan.
President Joe Biden and others in his administration have fanned out across the country to push for the $2-trillion plan.
If you’re looking for a sexual assault nurse examiner, or SANE nurse, you won’t find them on any map in most states.
But if Congress passes the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act, a recently approved amendment would allow agencies to spend grant money to create a record of where these specially certified forensic nurses are located.
Congresswoman Deborah Ross, (D) 2nd District, talks with Tim Boyum about the president's infrastructure measure and the Paycheck Fairness Act.