NTD Good Morning Full Broadcast (March 20)

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House Democrats on the Oversight Committee have selected their witness in an impeachment hearing for President Joe Biden on March 20. Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani, will testify alongside Hunter Biden’s former business associates Tony Bobulinski and Jason Galanis.

Congressional leaders agreed to a deal on March 19 to fund the rest of the government through the fiscal year. President Biden said he’ll sign the bill package as soon as he receives it, but time is short as the Friday deadline looms.

Texas’ new immigration law is back on hold after an appeals court decision on March 19. This came just hours after the Supreme court cleared the way for the law to take effect pending appeal.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Trump-Backed Moreno Wins Ohio Senate GOP Primary
2. Analysis of Moreno Win in Ohio, Face-Off With Sen. Brown
3. Biden Campaigns in Nevada, Arizona
4. Appeals Court Puts Texas Immigration Law Back on Hold
5. Congressional Leaders Announce Deal to Avert Shutdown
6. Judge Makes Unusual Move in Classified Docs Case
7. Trump Says He Might Be Forced to Sell Assets
8. Man Who Disrupted SOTU Sees Charges Dropped
9. Lev Parnas to Testify Wednesday in Biden Impeachment Probe
10. Former Gen. Milley: Afghan Withdrawal a ‘Strategic Failure’
11. Former Gen. Milley Testifies at Afghanistan Hearing
12. IDF: 300+ Suspects Detained in Gaza’s Shifa Hospital
13. Assessing US, Israel Stances as Rafah Assault Looms
14. Bolivia Seizes Over 7 Tons of Cocaine in Drug Bust
15. SCOTUS Mulls ‘Blind’ Drug Mule Case
16. Mackenzie Scott Increases Donations to Nonprofits
17. Shift in Real Estate Fees and How it Will Affect Buyers
18. SpaceX to Sell Satellite Laser Links
19. Bill Would Make Maine a Sanctuary for Transgender Surgeries
20. Next Steps to Avoid Government Shutdown as Friday Deadline Nears
21. New Home Construction Surges Amid High Demand
22. Police in Spain Test Robot Dog to Enforce Traffic Laws

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