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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, seen earlier this month, had signed a bill into law that fined social media for shutting down politicians' accounts. That measure has been blocked by a judge. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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"This is a petty, partisan power grab that is absolutely retaliation towards my office," Arizona Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs says of the new law. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Former White House Chief Of Staff Andrew Card On Working With Donald Rumsfeld

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Biden Wants To Take On Heat-Buckled Roads In His Infrastructure Update

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Incoming President Biden and Vice President Harris stand with their respective spouses Jill Biden and Doug Emhoff after delivering remarks in Wilmington, Del., on Nov. 7, the day the Democrats were declared the winners in the 2020 election. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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We Just Got Our Clearest Picture Yet Of How Biden Won In 2020

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People vote during the Primary Election Day at P.S. 249 The Caton School on June 22 in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn borough in New York City. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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First lady Jill Biden tours a vaccination site in Nashville with country star Brad Paisley and his wife Kimberly Williams-Paisley. Jason Kempin/Getty Images hide caption

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The White House Is Marking COVID 'Independence Day' With Free Beer And Bill Pullman

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Supporters of Donald Trump try to break through a police barrier Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol. The House of Representatives voted 222-190 on Wednesday to create a select committee to investigate the insurrection. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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The New York City Board Of Elections Sees A 'Discrepancy' In The Mayoral Vote Tally

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News Brief: Fla. Condo Collapse, Capitol Riot Probe, Biden's Climate Policy

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Why Progressive Climate Activists Are Frustrated With The Biden Administration

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