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Information Roundup: Sedition regains company sponsors; Rep. Tom Reed will not run once more

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Intel’s promise to defund Home seditionists was erased by a $15,000 donation on February 26 to the Home Republican marketing campaign arm, the NRCC. Maybe a firmware replace is so as?

In right this moment’s information, the Home hears arguments for Washington, D.C., statehood, a Home Republican introduced he would now not run for reelection after accusations of sexual assault, and a few company guarantees to distance themselves from politicians who voted to overturn election outcomes are turning out to have some massive, massive loopholes.

Here is what you might have missed:

Corporate PACs like Intel, AT&T, and Cigna jump back on the GOP sedition train

New York Republican announces retirement from Congress after being accused of sexual harassment

Washington, D.C., statehood gets a hearing in the House

Sedition charges in the offing for perpetrators of Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol

Biden’s next big plan to save the country once again jeopardized by the filibuster

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