Sen. Hoeven Reaction: Senate confirms Davide Shulkin as Sec. Dept. of Veterans Affairs

Provided by: WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven today issued the following statement after the Senate voted to confirm Dr. David Shulkin to be secretary of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

ARTICLE OF IMPEACHMENT DELIVERED TO SENATE: “Trump Remains Threat To National Security”

WASHINGTON D.C. ( The U.S, House has delivered its Article of Impeachment to the U.S. Senate, where a trial is scheduled to be held next month.

Democrat, University Of Jamestown Professor, Katrina Christiansen Challenging Hoeven For Senate Seat

JAMESTOWN, ND ( Democrat, Katrina Christiansen a University of Jamestown engineering professor is challenging incumbent, Republican John Hoeven for his seat in the U.S. Senate.

Outgoing Senate Majority Leader Says U.S. Capitol Mob Was Fed Lies

WASHINGTON D.C. ( Republican Senator and outgoing Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell stated today that the rioters who stormed the Capitol on January 6th were fed lies and provoked by the President.

Minnesota Senate Republicans Pass Voter ID

ST. PAUL, MN ( The Republican controlled Minnesota Senate today passed legislation to require photo ID’s for all elections, despite no documentation of any voter fraud. Democrats argued the only purpose of the legislation is to drop thousands of voters from polls. The legislation is expected to die in the House. It passed in the… Continue reading Minnesota Senate Republicans Pass Voter ID

Senate Passes Sweeping Climate Change & Prescription Medication Legislation

WASHINGTON D.C. ( The U.S. Senate on this Sunday has passed the “Inflation Reduction Act”. It’s the first sweeping legislation on climate change and gives the government the authority to negotiate prices for some prescription drugs.

Senate Passes Legislation Strengthening Sanctions On Iran and Russia

WASHINGTON ( Sen. Hoeven: “This legislation increases sanctions on Iran and Russia, which is in our national interest, but also important for our allies. I believe these sanctions can be effective in deterring Russian aggression, as well as Iran’s support for terrorism.”