Capitol Report (Sept. 20): Democrats Push for New Election Law; Inflation Key Issue for Americans

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Weeks away from the midterms, Democrats are ramping up a last-ditch effort to change the way campaigns operate. They say it’s exposing dark money, while Republicans call it an effort to federalize elections.

Interest rates are expected to see another rate hike by the Federal Reserve this week. How will that affect consumers and living costs?

Congressman Ralph Norman joins us to discuss the impending interest rate hike from the Fed and the implications for the overall economy.

Talks are ongoing on the Hill about decoupling from China.

A new bill seeks to restrict gender transitioning services for minors across the United States. Republicans say they want to protect children’s innocence with this bill.

A senior fellow from the Heritage Foundation breaks down the new guidelines on transgender policies in Virginia. How are the new rules different from the previous administration’s?


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