Congresswoman Tlaib reacts to President's signing of Covid relief bill

Michigan Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib speaks with Fox 2's Hilary Golston about President Donald Trump's decision to sign the Covid 19 relief and Omnibus package, totaling $2.3 trillion. Tlaib, other Democrats, and Mr. Trump advocated for $2,000 direct payments to many Americans as part of $900 Billion in Coronavirus relief, now signed into law by the President late Sunday night. Following the President’s decision to sign the bill with requests for changes, Tlaib and other members of the US House of Representatives will vote on a standalone bill to increase the payments from $600 to $2,000. Fox 2’s Hilary Golston spoke with Tlaib about what might happen Monday and the President’s other requests.

Bernie Sanders to tour Rashida Tlaib's district Oct. 27

Senator Bernie Sanders is coming to Michigan. Specifically, the presidential candidate is coming to the state's 13th district, represented by freshman Rep. Rashida Tlaib. The announcement came from Sanders' campaign.

House Ethics Committee reviewing potential campaign violations by Rashida Tlaib

The House Ethics Committee announced Monday it would continue reviewing payments made by Rep. Rashida Tlaib during the 2018 election. On Monday afternoon, the Committee's chairman and ranking member issued a joint release the ethics panel would be extending its review of a "matter regarding Representative Rashida Tlaib," which was initially sent to the ethics office on Aug. 16, 2019.