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  • Reflecting on January 6 two years later

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  • Democrats launch a "Heartland Caucus" set out to address concerns of rural voters

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Elections, LGBTQ rights and student loans all at the Supreme Court

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It's the most consequential Supreme Court case you may have never heard of. On Wednesday the Justice's heard arguments for Moore V. Harper, or the "Independent State Legislature" theory. If the Justices agree with the Republicans pushing this theory, it would have drastic consequences on all elections moving forward.