Roll Call report: House votes on defining violent crimes, other issues – Kenosha News

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Roll Call report: House votes on defining violent crimes, other issues – Kenosha News

Here’s a look at votes in Congress voted last week:

HOUSE VOTES

DEFINING VIOLENT CRIMES: The House has passed the Community Safety and Security Act (H.R. 6691), sponsored by Rep. Karen C. Handel, R-Ga., to establish a standard in the United States legal code for defining a crime of violence. Handel said the new standard “provides essential legal clarity to ensure that crimes like human trafficking and others in the bill are deemed legally as crimes of violence.” A bill opponent, Rep.

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