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Nita Lowey 7h
We have a responsibility to fund the ENTIRE government, but here we are again--four months into the fiscal year--and Congress has failed to reach a bipartisan spending agreement that invests in our schools, infrastructure, health, economy, and security.
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Nita Lowey Jan 21
WATCH: Endless continuing resolutions and pledges to work together are no longer sufficient. This is no way to run a government.
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Nancy Pelosi Jan 21
Democrats are committed to ending the .
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Rep. Betty McCollum Jan 20
The House should pass bill that pays our military during the . It's the least we can do for our service members and their families. RT if you agree.
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Rep. Betty McCollum Jan 20
It is just plain wrong to ask our men and women in uniform to go without pay while they put their lives on the line for us. I hope & will quickly passing this bill and send it to to become law.
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Rep. Betty McCollum Jan 20
I introduced the Pay Our Military Act to pay our servicemen and women, and provide death gratuities to the families of fallen heroes, during the .
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Rosa DeLauro Jan 20
The will hurt our economy. Time for & Congressional Republicans to come back to the table end it now.
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Nita Lowey Jan 20
Congress has important work to do. It’s time to do it. I’m calling on the Republicans to stop blocking action and end the . We have to pass a budget and get to work.
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Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Jan 19
Watching the Senate vote as the GOP fails to stop the govt shutdown it created. Republicans control the House, Senate, & White House -- they own this shutdown 100 percent. , GOP! Stop the & make a deal to reopen govt so it can start serving America again!
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Katherine Clark Jan 20
ICYMI: My statement on the . Republicans are the CEOs, CFOs, and COOs of our government. America needs no further proof that they are unfit for these jobs. I'll be fighting every day to restore government funding and prevent harm to families at home.
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Tim Ryan Jan 19
Welcome to the .
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Rep. Betty McCollum Jan 19
Tonight's demonstrates the real consequences of the chaos emanating from an incompetent White House and of 's complete failure to govern.
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D Wasserman Schultz Jan 20
It would be hard to figure out who is responsible for the shutdown, unless someone involved said "our country needs a good shutdown." Then, it would be pretty easy. cc:
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David E. Price Jan 19
The is right, this was 100% avoidable. The President had a bipartisan deal to fix what he broke, and he reneged on his promises, pushing us to a shutdown. He has no capacity to lead, and the American people are witnessing it in action.
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Marcy Kaptur Jan 19
It is clear Republicans in Congress have failed the American people. GOP leaders should now work on a bipartisan agreement with Democrats that funds the government long-term and addresses key priorities like pension relief and children’s health care.
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Rosa DeLauro Jan 19
President Trump and the Republican majority have failed at governing at the most fundamental level. Working families, the middle class, and our most vulnerable citizens will be hurt by this unprecedented federal government shutdown.
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Grace Meng Jan 20
Republicans control the House, Senate and White House. Yet they allowed the federal government to shut down. 1/4
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David E. Price Jan 19
A great country can’t be governed by temporary funding month-to-month. We need a bipartisan budget deal now. We’re already 4 months into the fiscal year with no agreement thanks to GOP disarray.
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Jose E. Serrano Jan 19
Republicans control the House, Senate, & White House. have refused to work with Democrats, and are now leaving town without a solution. Can’t even get basics of government right
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DonnaCassata Jan 18
Looming shutdown raises fundamental question: Can GOP govern?
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