The push to repeal the 2002 Iraq War and 1991 Gulf War authorizations for military force have steadily gained bipartisan momentum in recent years.
Kaine’s announcement comes as a big relief for Democrats, who are facing an extremely tough map in 2024.
The 2002 law authorizing the use of military force against Iraq's Saddam Hussein could be repealed after 20 years.
“There’s nothing more classified than materials related to the U.S. nuclear program," the senator explained.
With providers struggling to find workers and parents struggling to find providers, two senators are out with a scaled-back proposal they hope can pass.
Up to 140 million Americans have been infected with the coronavirus since the pandemic began, and many have suffered symptoms weeks or months later.
“Trying to minimize a person because she happens to be a woman of color ― I don’t see that as much of a strategy," Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) said.
The senators observed nearly nine minutes of silence to honor George Floyd and others killed by police brutality.
Democratic Senators held a moment of silence in the U.S. Capitol’s Emancipation Hall to honor George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor.
President Donald Trump is almost certain to veto the measure, however.