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House Judiciary Dems
Proudly working to protect the safety, privacy, consumer rights, civil rights and liberties of all Americans. Ranking Member
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House Judiciary Dems May 25
: House Judiciary Dems Hold Press Conference on President ’s Outrageous “Demands” of and Issue Letter Urging Interview With Special Counsel
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(((Rep. Nadler))) May 24
A deliberate decision to expose the identity of a confidential source is reckless and dangerous. Moreover, the decision to out this operative may be a crime. Today, I wrote to the DOJ and FBI to investigate the source of this disclosure and hold the perpetrators accountable.
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Steny Hoyer May 17
I thank Ranking Member & Ranking Member for introducing a resolution, which I’m proud to co-sponsor, to affirm support for enforcement of Title VI under the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in U.S. schools.
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Rep. Hank Johnson May 22
“What will this cynical & dangerous move accomplish? I suspect it will do little to disrupt the Special Counsel's work or protect Trump & his allies from investigators, or to undermine the need for the President to sit for an interview before the investigation concludes.”
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Luis V. Gutierrez May 24
With the and Ranking Member discussing our efforts to protect the Special Counsel and the integrity and transparency of DOJ investigations.
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Luis V. Gutierrez May 24
We are calling the President’s bluff and asking him to sit for an interview with Special Counsel Mueller to expedite the process. Stop stalling and start cooperating.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal May 24
With , we’re standing up against injustice, pushing back against the president’s concerning actions and demanding that Trump sit down for an interview with .
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal May 24
Replying to @HouseJudDems
No matter how Trump tries to evade, distract or cast blame—these three things are critical next steps. My colleagues and I will fight for this transparency. It is my hope that colleagues across the aisle will join us.
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Luis V. Gutierrez May 24
House Judiciary Dems Send Letter Urging Trump to Sit for Special Counsel Interview | Congressman
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House Judiciary Dems May 24
Ranking Member : “This legislation will make it easier for Americans who are victims of international terrorism to have their day in court and to hold terrorists accountable for their heinous acts.”
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House Judiciary Dems May 24
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
The Members wrote to : "We write to advise you: stop stalling, stop blaming the investigation for your political troubles, and submit to an interview. Read the letter⬇️
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House Judiciary Dems May 24
🚨: House Judiciary Dems Send Letter Urging Trump To Sit For Special Counsel Interview
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House Judiciary Dems May 23
Join us tomorrow for a press conference denouncing ’ partisan meeting with congressional Republicans regarding a confidential informant. Watch it live here:
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(((Rep. Nadler))) May 23
ICYMI: Watch my statement opposing HR5682, the FIRST STEP Act. Though this bill make moderate improvements in areas related to our prisons, I cannot support legislation that fails to address the larger issue of sentencing reform.
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House Judiciary Dems May 22
🆕Read Ranking Member ’s statement on effort by and to expose the identity of ’s Confidential Source. Read more:
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Sheila Jackson Lee May 22
AG : 1st Step Act "abandons years of work and risks making it harder for Congress to advance more serious legislation in the future. Meaningful sentencing reform will be less likely to occur if the narrow prison bill is enacted."
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House Judiciary Dems May 22
WATCH: Ranking Member ’s Floor statement in opposition to H.R. 5682, the FIRST STEP Act.
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House Judiciary Dems May 22
Replying to @RepJerryNadler
.: "Despite the bill’s good intentions, the new incentive system for pre-release custody credits could exacerbate racial biases and is not balanced with the necessary reforms to our federal sentencing system.”
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House Judiciary Dems May 22
HAPPENING NOW; The House is debating H.R. 5682, the FIRST STEP Act. Watch it live here:
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(((Rep. Nadler))) May 22
Read my statement on House Republicans' profound misunderstanding of our criminal justice system, introducing a resolution to appoint a second special counsel without evidence of any crime.
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