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Monday May 23rd, 2022 6:52AM

Biden, declaring he's 'tired of being quiet,' backs changing Senate rules to allow action on Democrats' voting bills

By The Associated Press

ATLANTA (AP) — Biden, declaring he's 'tired of being quiet,' backs changing Senate rules to allow action on Democrats' voting bills.

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