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Doug Jones: Intel on Russian Bounties ‘a Little Bit Mixed’ – Trump Should Get Answers and Take Action If It’s True

On Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The Last Word,” Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) stated that the intelligence reports on Russia putting bounties on U.S. soldiers “are a little bit mixed. We’re not sure if all the intelligence can agree,” and President Trump should be “getting answers and letting the American people know that he is getting answers and he will take the appropriate action, should he find that it was absolutely true.”

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 05: Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) speaks with members of the media in the Senate Subway at the U.S. Capitol on February 5, 2020 in Washington, DC. The Senate votes today on whether to acquit or convict the President on two articles of impeachment as the trial …

Doug Jones: Senate Can Address Police Violence by Incentivizing Independent Investigations of Deadly Force, Improving Training

uring Friday’s Democratic Weekly Address, Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) touted Senate legislation that would deal with police violence, such as legislation “that would incentivize states to pass laws requiring independent investigations and prosecution of the use of deadly force by police officers, to creating fair and impartial police training.”

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Doug Jones: Make Returning Health Care Manufacturing to U.S. a Priority — Revive Closed Mills to Produce Masks, Gowns

Early indications are that once the coronavirus pandemic is resolved to being at least somewhat manageable, policymakers in Washington, D.C. will have to reevaluate aspects of manufacturing and the reliance on China, especially regarding health care. In an interview with Huntsville, AL radio’s WVNN on Thursday, Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) argued for the repatriation of health care manufacturing in the United States, noting it will be vital to replenish and perhaps increase stockpiles.

L to R) Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) speak to reporters after the Senate passed a continuing resolution to fund the federal government, Capitol Hill, January 22, 2018 in Washington, DC. The U.S. Senate has voted to end the shutdown, and Congress will now need to …