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House Judiciary Dems
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal Nov 8
Protecting Robert Mueller’s investigation has bipartisan support. We know that by protecting the investigation, we’re protecting our democracy. We need to pass ’s Special Counsel Independence and Integrity Act NOW.
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Nov 8
We must find a way to stop the senseless, and many times preventable killings that are robbing our country of innocent lives. In the new Congress, we will immediately get to work on legislation that includes universal background checks to respond to the scourge of gun violence.
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Nov 7
Read my statement on 's firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions:
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Nov 7
Americans must have answers immediately as to the reasoning behind removing Jeff Sessions from . Why is the President making this change and who has authority over Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation? We will be holding people accountable.
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House Judiciary Dems Oct 31
ICYMI: introduce bill to end forced arbitration clauses and protect workers’ ability to pursue work-related claims in court.
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Oct 30
I believe there must be people of good will in the House GOP who are concerned enough re recent white supremacy-based violence to join call to for emergency domestic terrorism hearings. Now is the time to stand up, be heard!
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Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Oct 28
We must remember ALL victims of white supremacist violence. Vickie Lee Jones. Maurice E. Stallard. They were targeted because they were Black. We honor them. We grieve them. May their memories be for a blessing.
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Oct 28
May their memories be for a blessing: Joyce Feinberg, 75 Rich Gotfried, 65 Rose Malinger, 97 Jerry Rabinowitz, 66 Cecil Rosenthal, 59 David Rosenthal, 54 (brothers) Bernice Simon, 84 Sylvan Simon, 86 (a married couple) Daniel Stein, 71 Melvin Wax, 88 Irving Youngner, 69
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House Judiciary Dems Oct 29
Via "Dems call for emergency hearing in wake of attacks stemming from 'white supremacist views'"
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Nancy Pelosi Oct 29
This is exactly the kind of work we should be able to expect of the House Judiciary Committee. I applaud , & for refusing to accept the House GOP's continued failure to investigate domestic terrorism.
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Oct 29
14 pipe bombs mailed in unprecedented political assassination attempt. Deadliest massacre of Jews in US history. Murder of 2 African Americans in KY (after shooter attempted to target local church). All in 1 week. All linked by one hateful ideology: white supremacy. We must act:
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House Judiciary Dems Oct 29
. "It is our responsibility to respond to this madness, and to do so without delay…Please, let us set aside the politics for however long it takes for us to address this extraordinary threat"
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House Judiciary Dems Oct 29
Replying to @HouseJudiciary
" is charged w/ confronting the causes of racial + religious violence, assessing the adequacy of federal hate crimes statutes + protecting the civil liberties of all Americans…It also falls to our Committee to address gun violence..."
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House Judiciary Dems Oct 29
NEW: urge Chairman to hold emergency hearings on hate crimes and domestic terrorism in the wake of recent killings by individuals with white supremacist views.
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Rep. Brad Schneider Oct 27
I am heartbroken by the tragic loss of life at the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, inspired by the heroic actions of our first responders, and frustrated by the inability of our nation to keep our houses of worship, our schools, and our public squares safe from senseless violence.
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Rep. Eric Swalwell Oct 27
There’s no refuge from in America. Not at your kids’ school & not at your house of worship. Let’s mourn the victims of the but demand action from those in Congress whose duty is to protect our communities. Doing nothing=more dead.
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Rep. Jamie Raskin Oct 27
Devastating massacre at Pittsburgh synagogue is breaking America’s heart. We pray for the victims and for our country as hate and gun violence have been unleashed in the land.
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Sheila Jackson Lee Oct 27
While we search for answers to this horrific tragedy, we must act affirmatively and urgently to root out and eradicate bigotry, hate and intolerance. My full statement below:
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David Cicilline Oct 27
Devastating news from Pittsburgh. Such hate and violence in a sacred place of worship. My heart is broken and keeping all those affected in my prayers.
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Rep. Ted Deutch Oct 27
This morning, I spoke to high school activists about taking action to stop mass shootings. Then I walked out to learn of a mass shooting at a synagogue. My heart breaks for the families. It breaks for the community. My heart breaks for America. This is soul crushing.
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