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House Democratic Caucus of the United States Congress. Chairman: ; Vice Chair: .
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Hakeem Jeffries 8h
Day 27 of this reckless presidential temper tantrum. The American people are suffering. It’s time for Mitch McConnell to emerge from the witness protection program and DO YOUR JOB.
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Dwight Evans 7h
(1/3) Yesterday, I had a conversation with Mr. Murdock, a Philadelphian —both he & his wife are air traffic controllers — he told me how they’re struggling to pay for their mortgage and other bills as this reaches DAY 27.
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Rep. Susie Lee 16h
My fellow new Members & I were elected to work. But McConnell seems to think otherwise. After 27 days, he still hasn’t allowed a single vote in the Senate on multiple House plans to re-open government. RT if you think he’s wrong!
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Ted Lieu Jan 16
One difference between Democrats and is that Democrats rely on facts: -Violent & property crime are down -Immigrants commit less crime -Border crossings at 20 year low Trump listens to Ann Coulter.
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Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell Jan 16
One can't visit the Everglades or the Keys and not leave determined to protect them for future generations. I will use my position on this committee to keep beautiful by persistently advocating for restoring the Everglades and the preservation of South Florida and the Keys.
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Mark Takano Jan 16
We have voted not once, but eight times to . and have blocked these bills in the Senate every step of the way. Republicans in Congress need to stop doing Trump’s bidding and do their jobs.
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Rep. Veronica Escobar Jan 16
We went to his office, he wasn’t there. We went to the Senate floor, and he wasn’t there. Tomorrow he’s heading out of town on an “issues retreat” with his colleagues. There’s no more urgent issue than calling for a vote in the senate to
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Rep. Katie Hill Jan 16
Where’s ? Not calling for a vote to reopen the government. He’s also not: ✅ In the Senate Majority Office ✅ In the Senate Cloak Room ✅ On the Senate Floor ✅ In his own office Believe us, we checked. So ? And why won’t he ?
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Rep. Susie Lee Jan 16
JUST HAPPENED: Over 30 of my colleagues and I just dropped off a letter urging to do his job, bring the bills up for a vote, and
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Angie Craig Jan 16
I just joined about 30 colleagues to hand deliver a letter to Leader McConnell urging the Senate to take up the bills we've passed and immediately.
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Rep. Joe Neguse Jan 16
Gradually raising the minimum wage to $15 by 2024 would give nearly 40 MILLION workers a raise. That’s why I am proud to cosponsor the Act
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Rep. Mark Pocan Jan 16
I’m proud to lead more than 180 in introducing the Act to give minimum wage workers across this country the raise they need.
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Rep. Pete Aguilar Jan 16
The House has passed bipartisan bill after bipartisan bill to re-open the government, but refuses to act. It's time to stop playing politics with people's lives and .
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Steny Hoyer Jan 16
I joined & to visit federal agencies in DC & MD affected by the . Our message to is simple: . We’ll continue voting to reopen government and put 800,000 federal employees back to work serving the American people.
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Rep. Eric Swalwell Jan 16
The drains considerable resources from law enforcement officials who already aren’t getting paid. There should be no speech until ends. If wants 45 minutes at the Capitol, he can go see & work to re-open government.
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Rep. Joe Neguse Jan 16
As a lawyer and son of immigrants, it is an honor and privilege to be appointed to the Committee. Excited to get to work on immigration reform, criminal justice reform, gun violence prevention & other critical issues with Chairman
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Rep. Veronica Escobar Jan 15
"My husband could die on the line and he would still not get paid." - Lauren G, wife of an El Paso D.E.A agent who is not being paid due to the .
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Rep. Bobby Scott Jan 16
There is no place in America where someone working full time & making the $7.25 federal minimum wage can make ends meet. Today, House & Senate Democrats are introducing the Act to give roughly 40 million workers a raise.
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Rep. Val Demings Jan 15
Ralph is an 11-year vet who has spent 5 years keeping us safe at . Now, because of the , he’s working without pay. They have a son in the 4th grade, one in college, and one with special needs. His family is struggling to make ends meet.
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Rep. Joe Neguse Jan 15
A $7.25 minimum wage is not a livable wage. That is why I, along with and other members of Congress, will introduce legislation this week to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. No one working 40 hours a week should be living in poverty.
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