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History proves the president's party is traditionally hit with voter dissatisfaction come midterms and 2022 is proving no exception for President Joe Biden and the Democrats. The biggest issue politically for the Biden administration is inflation with Americans feeling the pain at the pump and the grocery checkout.

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The Biden administration will end a Trump-era policy known as Title 42, which lets the U.S. deport migrants without allowing them to apply for asylum. How will the lifting of Title 42 play out with Republicans? Leading experts talk about the political implications of Title 42.

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For Republicans and Democrats alike, former President Donald Trump casts a long shadow over the midterm elections. What is the former president planning next and what will his role be in 2022 and onward into 2024? 

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Two years after the first coronavirus lockdowns, one state stands out as going against the grain. Florida, under the leadership of Ron DeSantis, went against conventional wisdom by opening up and abandoning mask mandates earlier than other states. The move was hailed as a victory by Republican pundits, but over 70,000 people died of coronavirus in Florida since March 2020. What does this mean for DeSantis' presidential aspirations in 2024?

Illinois lawmakers worked until the early hours of Saturday to pass a $46.5 billion spending plan for the upcoming fiscal year, as well as a $1.8 billion package of mostly-temporary tax cuts.

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