President Trump, Muriel Bowser And TSA discussed on Larry O'Connor

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Win Delano an afternoon meeting between President Trump and congressional Democrats did not resolve the ongoing partial government shutdown and staff level talks will continue into the weekend. But President Trump is now claiming that he could build his wall without congress by using executive authority. We can call a national emergency because of the security of our country. Absolutely. No, we can do it. I haven't done it. I may do it. The move would almost certainly be legally challenged and while much of the debate over the last fourteen days has focused on border security, the shutdown has caused a massive backlog in immigration courts after many judges were furloughed and US. Authorities don't have room to detain more families President Trump has remained focused on the wall suggesting that people won't come into the country. If it gets built in DC mayor Muriel bowser has strong words for federal lawmakers today, the government now she adds that the shutdowns effects in the district. Go far beyond federal workers, not receiving a paycheck and the shuddering. Of the iconic Smithsonian museums affects our restaurant workers who are going to work right now at empty restaurants and getting their hours cut because they're no workers to serve hundreds of TSA officers who are required to work without paychecks throughout the partial government shutdown have called out from work this week, and at least four major airports, according to two senior agency officials in three TSA employees union officials as many as one hundred and seventy TSA employees have called out each day back on Capitol Hill, the house DC delegate Eleanor, Holmes Norton isn't wasting any time trying to get the hundred sixteenth congress to make DC the fifty first state on the first day of the new legislative session. Holmes Norton introduced the appropriately named HR Bill fifty one she's hopeful the democratic controlled house will pass the DC statehood Bill, and she has good reason to be optimistic a hundred and fifty five members of the house of representatives to J introduce the state. Bill, that's the kind of support. And the support starts at the top house speaker Nancy Pelosi's in favor of it had her Curtis on wwl and wwl dot com. The supreme court will take a new look at Maryland's democratically gerrymandered six congressional district. The high court will also take a look at Republican gerrymandering in North Carolina. An emergency committee formed by governor HOGAN to redraw the map of the sixth district

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