News Roundup: Jan. 6 probe calls witnesses tomorrow; no ‘bipartisan’ infrastructure deal in sight

News Roundup: Jan. 6 probe calls witnesses tomorrow; no ‘bipartisan’ infrastructure deal in sight

In the news today: As the House select committee formed to investigate the events of the Jan. 6 insurrection prepare to hear first witnesses, House Republicans that stoked insurrectionist claims are demanding retaliation against the two House Republicans appointed to the committee. The attempt to craft a “bipartisan” infrastructure bill continues to be an absolute clown show. As a new pandemic surge again fills hospital beds nationwide, California announced today that all state employees will have to prove vaccination status or submit to being tested weekly to ensure they’re not infected.

Here’s some of what you may have missed:

House Republicans plot retaliations as Jan. 6 commission prepares for first witnesses

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California announces new vaccination rules for state workers in move likely to spread cross-country

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Georgia GOP will steal the next election. Senate Democrats have to end the filibuster to stop them

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