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House Democratic Caucus of the United States Congress. Chairman , Vice Chair ,
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House Democrats 21h
We're sending our best wishes to you both. Here's to a speedy recovery, .
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Carolyn  B. Maloney 22h
There is nothing scarier than not being able to afford treatment when you're sick. We need to focus on improving US health outcomes & improving healthcare coverage, not ripping it away from deserving Americans. That's why I fight to
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House Democrats Sep 16
Republicans are sabotaging our healthcare system—and it’s working. For the first time since the passage of the ACA, the number of uninsured Americans is on the rise. That’s why we’re fighting to .
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Grace Meng Sep 15
September 15 marks the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage Month! Proud to celebrate the amazing contributions of Hispanic Americans and to continue fighting for the Hispanic community in Congress.
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Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard Sep 15
Today is the start of -- a time to salute the proud history and accomplishments of our communities, and to redouble our fight to ensure all American have the same opportunities as any other Americans to achieve a good life in this country.
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Ways and Means Dems Sep 14
Paul Ryan in 2011: “Borrowing and spending is not the way to prosperity. Today's deficits means tomorrow's tax increases, and that costs jobs. So all this borrowing and spending doesn't work.” Speaker Ryan’s GOP House today:
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Nat Resources Dems Sep 13
BREAKING: Today we’re launching , a 10-part series exposing how Natural Resources Committee Republicans are wasting taxpayer time & money and examining the issues they’ve ignored.
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Rep. Richard Neal Sep 13
As health care costs soar & Republicans continue their despicable attacks on people with pre-existing conditions, the GOP wants to give yet another unpaid-for tax cut to the wealthiest Americans. And where are working people? Stuck paying for it all.
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House Democrats Sep 13
President Trump won't acknowledge the thousands of Americans who died on his watch. And even worse, Republicans have no interest in holding this administration accountable and ensuring that Congress is prepared to respond to these disasters.
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Ways and Means Dems Sep 12
Republicans want to give huge tax cuts to the very wealthiest Americans for the second time in a year. Just like the first , “Tax 2.0” benefits a fraction of the top five percent of taxpayers the most.
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House Democrats Sep 12
Since President Trump signed the first Republican tax law, wages aren’t keeping up with inflation, health care costs are rising, and companies are laying off workers and shipping jobs overseas. A second is just more of the same failed policies.
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Energy & Commerce Dems Sep 12
It is unconscionable for Trump to call the federal response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico “incredibly successful”— nearly 3,000 deaths and thousands without power for months.
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Rep. Lois Frankel Sep 12
Harvey. Irma. Maria. Last year we faced a devastating hurricane season & now is headed for the SE coast. What's doing to aid recovery efforts & prepare for future disasters? Diverting money from to pay for his cruel, inhumane immigration policies.
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Rep. Marc Veasey Sep 12
The right to vote is sacred. Proud to lead a resolution w/ to: ✔️Spark voter registration, ✔️Champion Congress to pass leg. so 18-year olds are automatically registered to , ✔️Push Congress to restore the Voting Rights Act of 1965
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House Democrats Sep 12
.: Yesterday, the president said his response to Puerto Rico was a ‘success.’ - 2975 Americans dead - Families without power & water for months - The island struggling to rebuild That’s what calls a success. I have another phrase for it: abject failure.
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House Democrats Sep 12
LIVE: Chairman hosts our weekly press conference ↓
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Rep. Doris Matsui Sep 11
Seventeen years ago, our nation set an example of public service, strength and resilience. Today, we humbly remember the fearless first responders and the thousands of innocent people who lost their lives.
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Kyrsten Sinema Sep 11
Today, we honor the heroes of 9/11 and remember those who lost their lives 17 years ago.
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Ways and Means Dems Sep 11
Speed 2 Weekend at Bernie's II Grown Ups 2 Jaws: The Revenge Sex and the City 2 Even sequels as bad as these don’t compare to: "TAX 2.0" From the same Republican Party that brought you flops like higher health care costs, crumbling infrastructure, and family separations.
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House Democrats Sep 11
17 years ago, our nation suffered unimaginable loss. But the selfless actions of first responders and ordinary citizens that day showed the very best of America. We will .
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