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House Judiciary Dems
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Kyle Griffin 4h
Today, all House Judiciary Committee Democrats, led by Ranking Member Jerrold Nadler, are urging Chairman Bob Goodlatte to bring gun violence prevention legislation before the Committee for a vote.
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🚨 🚨 Judiciary Dems Urge To Bring Prevention Legislation Before Judiciary Committee For A Vote
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Steny Hoyer 5h
I join in calling on Judiciary Committee Chair to take meaningful action to .
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House Judiciary Dems 5h
Replying to @FBI
The Members said: “So far, your sense of urgency about this issue has focused solely on the , but your request to Director is no substitute for enacting meaningful legislation, which we know is necessary to make our citizens safer from gun violence.
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🚨 🚨 Judiciary Dems Urge To Bring Prevention Legislation Before Judiciary Committee For A Vote
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(((Rep. Nadler))) 8h
As POTUS, took an oath to protect and defend the Constitution. Rather than blaming others or lashing-out at political enemies—real or imagined—on Twitter, his duty is to ensure the security and integrity of our democracy. In that role, so far, Trump has failed!
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Rep. Hank Johnson Feb 16
Special counsel Robert Mueller has indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities for allegedly meddling in the 2016 presidential election, charging them with conspiracy to defraud the United States, the Department of Justice has announced.
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Rep. Eric Swalwell Feb 16
Why did the Russians really turn it up in 2016? Because gave them the greenest of lights. He actually invited them to hack. And his family & campaign were eager (“I love it”) to receive the dirt they had.
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Hakeem Jeffries Feb 16
The more we learn about 2016 election the more ILLEGITIMATE it becomes. America deserves to know whether we have a FAKE President in the Oval Office
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House Judiciary Dems Feb 16
Replying to @RepJerryNadler
.: Today’s indictments should lay to rest any assertions by President that the ’s investigation is a ‘hoax’ or a ‘witch hunt.’ Read more⬇️
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House Judiciary Dems Feb 16
🚨 🚨 Ranking Member 's Statement Following Indictments Against Operatives by Special Counsel
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House Judiciary Dems Feb 15
Replying to @RepJerryNadler
RM : Congress did nothing after 20 years ago, and nothing after five years ago. Inaction is unacceptable, and moments of silence are completely inadequate. Our citizens demand that we act without delay.”
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House Judiciary Dems Feb 15
🆕After School Shooting, Demands Congressional Action To Address Gun Violence🆕
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Homeland Democrats Feb 15
PROOF that & are operating as a propaganda arm for Trump and his futile campaign promises:
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Rep. Jamie Raskin Feb 15
CAP’s Election Security Report reveals many state election systems, especially in swing states, remain vulnerable to hacking. That’s why I joined in calling for emergency hearings to address election interference & defend our democracy: .
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ProChoiceCaucus Feb 15
The leaders of this caucus call on HHS to fire Director Lloyd due to his ongoing, blatant disregard for women’s constitutional rights.
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Rep. Jamie Raskin Feb 15
2017 was the deadliest year for mass shootings in modern U.S. history and 2018 is on track to be worse. What the hell is GOP-controlled Congress doing to end the plague of gun violence? Can they summon the courage to defy the NRA and save our children’s lives?
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Steve Cohen Feb 15
Moments of silence have absolutely no effect on the safety of American school children. There have been 18 school shootings this year, moments of silence have done nothing to prevent them. Congress needs to take action now to protect school children and teachers.
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David Cicilline Feb 15
We already know what Republicans will do: Step 1: Thoughts and prayers. Step 2: Don’t jump to conclusions. Step 3: Do nothing and wait for the news cycle to move on.
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Sheila Jackson Lee Feb 15
The precious lives of our children should break all barriers to pass legislation to ban assault weapons such as the AR-15 that was used to kill 17 innocent persons. Congress must act to ban such weapons. Our children are dying and there has to be an answer
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