Alexandra Limon, WKRG

Alexandra Limon


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Past articles by Alexandra:

Biden unveils budget proposal ahead of Republican-controlled House battle

President Biden traveled to Philadelphia Thursday to pitch his budget proposal directly to Americans at a union training center, while it’s Republican lawmakers he has to convince to pass it. → Read More

Supreme Court met with rally amid student loan forgiveness hearings

The Supreme Court heard two cases on Tuesday about whether the Biden administration can legally forgive student loans as crowds rallied for the high court to allow the program to move forward. → Read More

Senator Ted Cruz introduces congressional term limit bill

Some lawmakers say there should be term limits for members of Congress, even though they themselves plan to be in office longer than their proposed term limits. → Read More

Biden slams ‘fiscally demented’ Republicans amid debt ceiling race

Unless Congress votes to increase the debt limit, the government would run out of money needed to pay for it’s obligations, as Republicans say they won’t vote to increase the limit unless their demands are met. → Read More

Advocates ‘disappointed’ by lack of DOT fines against US airlines

The Department of Transportation announced new enforcement action against airlines for failing to provide timely refunds to customers when they were owed by law. However, consumer advocates say the announced fines are a disappointment. → Read More

Biden urges continued fight against climate change at COP 27

During Friday’s COP 27 climate conference in Egypt, President Biden vowed the United States will meet emissions targets –warning the world is facing a climate catastrophe. → Read More

Biden pledges additional help to Ukraine

As Russia continues with heavy attacks and bombardments on Ukraine, the White House is now pledging additional help. → Read More

Labor Dept. watchdog: More than $45B in insurance fraud claimed during pandemic

A government watchdog office says 1,000 people have been charged with unemployment insurance fraud for claims filed during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Lawmakers believe Safe Banking Act will help cannabis industry

Although many states have legalized recreational and medicinal marijuana sales, many of those businesses are forced to operate with cash only, and some lawmakers in Washington worry about the criminal activity that kind of cash attracts. → Read More

Despite new inflation package, insulin prices remain ‘out of control’

A big focus of the Inflation Reduction Act the Senate approved over the weekend was lowering health care costs, but the provision that would have capped insulin prices for many Americans did not make it into the bill. → Read More

Democratic lawmakers warn abortion bans may impact military readiness

Democratic lawmakers in Washington warn that state abortion bans could impact military readiness because they could discourage both women and men from serving in the military. → Read More

Kansas teen attacked while knocking on doors for ‘Value Them Both’ amendment

A Leawood, Kansas woman was arrested and charged for allegedly attacking a female teenager who was knocking on doors in support of the “Value Them Both” amendment ahead of Tuesday’s primary election. → Read More

Lawmakers face pressure to address rise in violent crime, mass shootings

The Biden administration is facing mounting pressure to address a spike in violent crime in major cities across the country. → Read More

HHS Secretary Becerra announces action plan for abortion access

Federal government officials announced they are launching a new action plan to help those who are trying to access abortions, but live in states where it is now illegal. → Read More

Biden admin lifts COVID testing requirements for international travelers

It will soon be easier for people to fly into the United States as the Biden administration lifts testing requirements for travelers flying into the U.S. from abroad. → Read More

Lawmakers call for action amid severe western drought

In a Senate hearing on Tuesday, lawmakers sounded the alarm about the severe drought in the west, which they say has not been this dry in 1,200 years. → Read More

Biden to visit Texas elementary school in wake of shooting as Congress mulls gun control

President Joe Biden will visit Robb Elementary School in the wake of the nation’s worst school shooting in years. Congress still isn’t sure on how, or if, the country needs stricter gun laws. → Read More

Democrats call for gun control measures in wake of Texas school shooting

Reaction to the school shooting in Texas came swiftly with Democrats calling for action. → Read More

Lawmakers push for bill to protect ‘documented Dreamers’

Democratic lawmakers are pushing for a bill to protect young immigrants not covered by DACA who call themselves “documented Dreamers”. → Read More

In first UFO hearing in 50 years, defense experts confirm sightings

On Capitol Hill, lawmakers held a hearing on unidentified flying objects, during which defense officials said they have some 400 reports from military personnel of UFOs, and while they can explain some, they can’t explain others. → Read More