(CNN)This week, President Joe Biden gave his first address to Congress on the eve of his 100th day in office. Meanwhile, bipartisan talks on police reform cemented the issue on Washington’s political agenda.

MondayOklahoma governor signs near-total abortion ban into lawCensus Bureau announces 331 million people in US, Texas will add two congressional seatsTuesdayBiden to raise minimum wage for federal contractors to $15 an hourGarland announces Justice Department investigation into the Louisville Police DepartmentIlhan Omar reintroduces policing legislation as progressives eye ongoing bipartisan talksRead MoreWednesday5 takeaways from President Biden’s first address to CongressSen. Tim Scott in GOP rebuttal says ‘the President and his party are pulling us further and further apart’Federal agents execute search warrants on Rudy Giuliani’s Manhattan home and officeThursdayFlorida Legislature passes elections bill that adds restrictions to votingGeorge Floyd family attorney after lawmaker meetings: ‘We believe that everybody is committed’ on police reformFridayBiden says schools ‘should probably all be open’ in the fall100 million US adults are now fully vaccinated, White House saysAnd that was the week in 12 headlines.

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