House won't vote this week on plan to boost Supreme Court security

The House will not vote Thursday on a Senate-approved plan to increase security for Supreme Court justices’ families amid partisan disagreements over whether those protections should extend to other employees of the high court.

Senior Democrats had scrambled to nail down a bipartisan agreement on the bill, which took on fresh urgency after police arrested an armed man making death threats Wednesday outside Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home. But Senate GOP leaders have rejected proposed language from House Democrats who argue that other employees, such

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