With Melanie Zanona. LEND ME YOUR EARS, AND MONEY: The Cicadas are coming and so are the earmark requests. House members had to submit their requests by Friday, which means your Huddle host and Sarah had fun combing through them. The biggest takeaway: Vulnerable House Democrats and Republicans
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