U.S. House of Representatives

Capito Says She Doesn't Know New House Speaker, But Glad There Is One

Business had come to a halt in Congress, with funding for Ukraine and Israel on hold, as well as longer-term legislation to keep the government open past Nov. 17.

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Capito: 'I'm A Little Pessimistic' Government Shutdown Can Be Avoided

Republicans in the House of Representatives, where Capito once served, have failed to come to an agreement on how to fund the government.

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Sec. Warner Testifies Before U.S. House Committee On Voter Confidence, Election Security

The Republican-majority Committee on House Administration plans to use testimony from the hearing to develop a bill known as the American Confidence in Elections Act that would strengthen states’ roles in establishing and administering election laws.

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Capito Goes On The Record To Pay Tribute To A Departing Colleague

U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito delivered a speech Tuesday morning on the floor of the U.S. Senate honoring Rep. David McKinley and his service to West Virginia.

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