Sunday shows - Voting rights in the spotlight after Jan. 6 anniversary

Voting rights dominated the Sunday morning political shows just days after the nation marked the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

Multiple top Democrats discussed the issue ahead of an address by President BidenJoe BidenUS threatens sweeping export controls against Russian industries Headaches intensify for Democrats in Florida US orders families of embassy staff in Ukraine to leave country MORE on the subject this week.

The latest COVID-19 guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and talks with Russia about Ukraine were also highlighted.

Read The Hill's complete coverage below.

Pelosi: Republicans carrying out 'legislative continuation' of Jan. 6 with election laws
By JOSEPH CHOI 
 
Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiHouse has the power to subpoena its members — but does it have the will? Man who threatened to kill Ocasio-Cortez, Pelosi pleads guilty to federal charges The Hill's 12:30 Report: Dems look to repackage BBB into salvageable bill MORE (D-Calif.) on Sunday accused Republicans across the country of carrying out a "legislative continuation" of Jan. 6 through new election laws that she said "undermine our democracy."
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Clyburn on updating election law: 'What is true today was not true then'
By JOSEPH CHOI
 
House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) weighed in on the debate over making changes to the Electoral Count Act on Sunday, saying that any modifications that are passed "must fit the times."
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Kinzinger says Jan. 6 panel already has 'powerful and substantive narrative'
By MYCHAEL SCHNELL
 
Rep. Adam KinzingerAdam Daniel KinzingerJan. 6 committee subpoenas leaders of 'America First' movement Kinzinger welcomes baby boy Clyburn says he's worried about losing House, 'losing this democracy' MORE (R-Ill.) on Sunday said the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol already has a “powerful and substantive narrative,” months into its probe of the fatal riots.
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Hutchinson says 'big lie' supporters 'not demonstrating leadership'
By MYCHAEL SCHNELL
 
Arkansas Gov. Asa HutchinsonAsa HutchinsonGOP governors press Biden administration for control of infrastructure implementation Sarah Huckabee Sanders raises .8M since launch of Arkansas governor campaign Wisconsin GOP bill would count prior COVID-19 infection as immunity MORE (R) on Sunday said individuals who believe the “big lie” that the election was stolen from former President TrumpDonald TrumpHeadaches intensify for Democrats in Florida Stormy Daniels set to testify against former lawyer Avenatti in fraud trial Cheney challenger wins Wyoming Republican activists' straw poll MORE are “not demonstrating leadership.”
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Graham: 'These are the most dangerous times since the late '30s'
By BRAD DRESS
 
Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamSenators introduce bill aimed at protecting Ukrainian civilians Kyrsten Sinema's courage, Washington hypocrisy and the politics of rage Hillicon Valley: Amazon's Alabama union fight — take two MORE (R-S.C.) predicted on Sunday that in 2022 Americans will vote "not based on what happened on January 6th, but based on this failed Democratic radical agenda," claiming that because of that agenda, the nation has fallen into "the most dangerous times since the late '30s."
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Adams says Democratic Party has to be 'radically practical' in midterm elections
By MYCHAEL SCHNELL 
 
New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) on Sunday said the Democratic Party has to be “radically practical” if it wants to win November’s midterm elections.
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CDC director responds to criticisms of agency's guidance: 'This is hard'
By JOSEPH CHOI
 
Rochelle WalenskyRochelle WalenskyThousands descend on DC for anti-vaccine mandate rally New CDC studies show boosters provide strong protection from omicron variant The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Biden talks, Senate balks MORE, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), responded to criticisms that her agency's COVID-19 guidance is "confusing," saying on Sunday that it is "hard" to provide updated recommendations throughout an ongoing pandemic.
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Blinken: US, Russia won't see any breakthroughs 'in the coming week'
By MYCHAEL SCHNELL
 
Secretary of State Antony BlinkenAntony BlinkenUkraine receives second batch of weapons from US: 'And this is not the end' Blinken: State Dept tracking US Embassy personnel in Kyiv 'very, very closely' Pope notes 'rising tensions' in Ukraine, calls for talks MORE on Sunday said he does not think the U.S. and Russia will see any breakthroughs “in the coming week,” which is when representatives from Washington and Moscow are scheduled to sit for talks amid rising tensions centered on Ukraine.
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Lightfoot calls Chicago Teachers Union walkout 'illegal'
By MYCHAEL SCHNELL
 
Chicago Mayor Lori LightfootLori LightfootChicago students protest for virtual learning, COVID-19 stipends School infrastructure is a children's human rights issue — it's time the US acknowledges that The Hill's Morning Report - Biden champions filibuster reform, but doesn't have the votes MORE (D) on Sunday said the Chicago Teachers Union's walkout is “illegal.”
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