Donald Trump use of Twitter helped him get the attention and votes necessary to win a presidential race. Because tweets are by their nature public, the typical objections around executive privilege seemingly wouldn’t apply here. Millions of people can see a tweet instantly. President Trump uses Twitter to send message and explain his disapproval of an act to all American citizens. Tweets are part of the official presidential record. It is on stage 11 which is called Executive vetoes act.
Students calling for Congress to act on gun control demonstrate on the East Lawn of the Capitol. There are hundreds of students demonstrated on the east lawn. Since students require government pass the reform of gun control laws, it in on stage 1 which is called desire for legislation is voiced.
The autonomous vehicle company created by Google's parent company. While federal legislators recently tapped the brakes on efforts to establish national standards for riderless vehicles, the Utah Legislature is cruising toward adopting state rules that would pave the way for autonomous cars and trucks to start sharing the highways and byways with human operators. Since government want to have a autonomous vehicle, they study riderless cars. The era of driverless cars will transform our lives in more ways than one. So it is on stage 3 which is called committee action.
To unable to make any movement toward protecting young people brought illegally to the United States as children, the Senate voted on four immigration bills on Thursday; they needed 60 votes to advance. Each of the bills, from the most conservative to the most liberal, failed. Since the vote failed, it is on stage 7 which is called vote on bill. It might take more than year to pass this law.