Sen. Dianne FeinsteinDianne Emiel FeinsteinJane Fonda to push for end to offshore oil drilling in California Overnight Health Care — Presented by The National Council on Mental Wellbeing — Merck asks FDA to authorize five-day COVID-19 treatment Bannon's subpoena snub sets up big decision for Biden DOJ MORE (D-Calif.) is seeking to "hotline" her bill to punish those caught scalping inauguration tickets, working to garner support for a voice vote on the Senate floor.

Feinstein, who chairs the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, introduced the bill today.

"The inauguration of the president is one of the most important rituals of our democracy," Feinstein said The chance to witness this event should not be bought and sold like tickets to a football game,