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Congressman Andy Levin, D-Michigan is drafting legislation that has the potential to open the floodgates for socially responsible investments in retirement accounts.
The bills — there are two to amend existing laws — would require investment fiduciaries to take into account environmental, social and governance factors when making investment decisions.
Two former high-ranking government officials in Haitian President Jovenel Moïse’s administration and an ex-cop turned influential gang leader have been sanctioned by the Trump administration for their involvement in a 2018 Haiti massacre that left scores dead, homes
Several US lawmakers have voiced their support for farmers agitating at Delhi’s borders against the new farm laws, urging that they be allowed to protest peacefully.
The country is in the worst shape it’s been in since the pandemic hit in the spring. Nationally, cases and deaths are reaching new highs. And despite the hope of a widely available vaccine coming, there’s no indication the carnage will slow down between now and the spring.
President Trump addressed the nation on Thursday, sharing baseless claims and outright lies about voter fraud meant to undermine the legitimacy of the election.
Democrats charged into the election as a unified party, setting aside deeply felt divisions to maximize Joe Biden’s chances of defeating President Trump.
U.S. Rep. Andy Levin was among a couple hundred people who rallied in Ferndale to protect valid election results in Michigan.
The rally was held Wednesday in downtown Ferndale at Nine Mile Road and Woodward Avenue.
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FEDERAL LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR
Congressman Andy Levin, Representing Michigan’s 9th District
The Federal Legislator of the Year is awarded to elected officials in recognition of outstanding leadership in promoting libraries and supporting legislation or amendments that advance our legislative goals.
On Wednesday, CWA members participated in a town hall centered around the need for federal funding for broadband and Joe Biden's push to expand broadband access and empower workers. After the town hall, CWAers made hundreds of phone calls to get out the vote.