How have you been doing at paying attention to the news this week? Let's take this week's news quiz and find out!
Senators traveled to Afghanistan this week, then called on President Trump to do what?
The Afghan War is the longest war in U.S. history, and, so far, the administration has no clear plan to end it, but the senators did call on the president to articulate a clear, comprehensive, multi-level strategy to do so.
Keep your clothes on, people! The Consumer Freedom Act is a recent proposed amendment to the Senate healthcare bill that would allow insurers to sell low-cost plans exempt from mandated coverage requirements as long as the also offer plans that cover mandated care.
If we tell you where minions come from we’d have to kill you...But if you want to know who’s responsible for overseeing the vast network of ethics networks in the federal government, it’s the Office for Government Ethics. Their director resigned this week. Soon to be replaced by… a MINION?!?!
Why might the recent request for voter data by the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity be illegal?
Forty-four states have refused the request for extensive voter data in order to protect citizen privacy and, for some, out of concerns the information will be used for systemic voter disenfranchisement, but recent reports maintain the request may be illegal for violating the Paperwork Reduction Act.