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Alexandra Limon

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Past articles by Alexandra:

Lawmakers concerned FAA not implementing safety reforms

On the three year anniversary of the first 737 max jet crash lawmakers in Washington held a hearing due to concerns that require safety reforms aren't being implemented by the Federal Aviation Administration. → Read More

Western states look at recycling water from toilets to tap

Pockets of western states do recycle their water, too. But experts say population growth and climate change mean larger scale water recycling is a must. → Read More

Ohio gets first and largest payout in pharmacy insurance case

Centene Corp. has agreed to pay $88.3 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the pharmacy benefit manager overbilled Ohio's Medicaid department for pharmacy services it provided. → Read More

Biden wants 70% of adults to get at least 1 shot by July 4

President Joe Biden has announced new vaccine goals for the United States and the government says regulations will be relaxed as more Americans get vaccinated. → Read More

‘Encouraging news’: Immigrant families being reunited

President Joe Biden vowed his administration would reunite immigrant families who were separated by the Trump administration. Now, the Department of Homeland Security said it’s taking the final steps for the first reunions under Biden to take place. → Read More

Experts: Biden efforts starting to ‘pay off’ at southern border

Immigration experts told Congress on Tuesday the situation and conditions for unaccompanied migrant children at the southern border are improving. → Read More

Democrats push for passage of anti-Asian hate crimes bill

Lawmakers in Washington, D.C. say they're taking action to ensure attacks against people of Asian descent are treated as hate crimes. | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico → Read More

Number of unaccompanied kids swells at US-Mexico border

New federal data shows the number of undocumented immigrants arriving at the southern border jumped by 71% between February and March while the number of unaccompanied minors doubled to nearly 19,000. → Read More

GOP fights ‘For The People Act’

Since the November election 361 bills have been proposed by state legislatures around the county that restrict voting in some way, said the Brennan Center for Justice, which has been tracking these measures. → Read More

Rapinoe meets with Biden after testimony to Congress about equal pay

Earlier in the day, Rapinoe testified before Congress, presenting statistics showing that, on average, women earn about 82 cents for each dollar earned by a man. → Read More

Pandemic ‘laid bare shortcoming’ in infrastructure

Lawmakers say the pandemic highlights the need to update the nation’s infrastructure, from healthcare to broadband access. But the price tag of that infrastructure package and the clean energy provisions will be big road blocks. → Read More

Min wage provision threatens success of COVID relief bill

The U.S. House is poised to pass Democrats’ $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill but one controversial provision is putting the entire package in jeopardy. → Read More

Biden’s historic Cabinet begins taking shape

President Joe Biden is rapidly forming an historic Cabinet as the first 2 of his nominees received Senate confirmation. → Read More

‘Capitol Police were hit in the head with lead pipes’

Flags over the US Capitol flew at half-staff Friday to honor Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who died Thursday from injuries he suffered in the insurrection Wednesday. → Read More

Capitol Police chief resigns after riot at US Capitol

As the House Appropriations Committee is investigating the failure of the Capitol Police to stop violent pro-Trump rioters from entering the US Capitol on Wednesday, the chief of police resigned. → Read More

Utah GOP senator blocks museums for Latinos, women

A single Republican senator blocked a vote on legislation to plan Smithsonian museums on the National Mall honoring contributions of Latino Americans and women to American society. → Read More

Migrant children investigation reveals millions of tax dollars misused

A new Congressional investigation into the Trump administration's treatment of migrant children revealed serious problems. | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico → Read More

Congress scrambles to avoid government shutdown

Funding for most government agencies is about to expire and lawmakers in Washington are scrambling to prevent a government shutdown. | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico → Read More

President Trump fires top election official for calling 2020 Election ‘secure’

WASHINGTON- The President fired CISA director Chris Krebs after he said the 2020 election was secure. “Reinforcing the number one rule of working for Donald Trump, you can never tell the truth” said Sen. Chuck Schumer (D) New York. Krebs said allegations the election systems were manipulated were “unsubstantiated or are technically incoherent.’” President […] → Read More

Romney: ‘Multi-trillion dollar COVID aid bill won’t happen’

Though the election has taken place, Democrats and Republicans still can’t come to an agreement on a new COVID-19 stimulus package. → Read More