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Rep. Val Demings 1h
Let's get this straight: the party fighting for more support for the American people is not the group "blocking" legislation in Congress. We want action. are fighting for you. The GOP doing everything in their power to do as little as possible.
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Rep. Sylvia Garcia 2h
America needs nationwide testing, tracing, and treatment.
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Eleanor #DCStatehood Holmes Norton 3h
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Congressmember Bass 3h
The United States needs the United States Postal Service.
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Rep. Val Demings 3h
America needs: - A national strategy to beat - Health care, testing, tracing and treatment - $600/week unemployment insurance - Safe schools - Relief from eviction and hunger
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James E. Clyburn 4h
America needs a national plan to stop the spread of the virus.
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David Cicilline 24h
Yesterday, the President announced his plan to eliminate Medicare and Social Security. That’s something we should talk about before the election.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal 20h
We must fully protect our democracy from attacks and interference—foreign and domestic.
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Rep. Nadler Aug 7
Today's Appeals Court decision—which held that can bring suits to enforce our subpoenas—is a profound victory for congressional oversight & the rule of law. The Court made its voice heard. No one, not even the President, is above the law.
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Adam Schiff Aug 7
Another court victory: Trump's former White House counsel Don McGahn must testify before Congress. But it's been over a year since he was subpoenaed—exactly what Trump wanted. We must reform the law to expedite Congressional subpoenas so no president can run out the clock.
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The Washington Post Aug 7
House Democrats can sue to force former White House counsel Donald McGahn to comply with subpoena, court rules
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Kyle Griffin Aug 7
Breaking via WaPo: House Democrats can sue to force Trump's former White House counsel Donald McGahn to comply with a congressional subpoena, a federal appeals court has ruled.
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CNN Breaking News Aug 7
An appeals court says House Democrats can subpoena former White House counsel Don McGahn, but he may not end up testifying before the election
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House Judiciary Dems Aug 7
No one—not even the President—is above the law.
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Bill Pascrell, Jr. Aug 7
The trump White House’s obstruction of any oversight of its crimes is unprecedented in US history — just like trump’s corruption. It’s long past time we heard from mcgahn. Thank you for your relentless push for accountability.
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House Judiciary Dems Aug 7
Replying to @HouseJudiciary
In the meantime, today’s decision strikes a blow against the wall of impunity that President Trump has tried to build for himself. And it reaffirms the core principle behind the Supreme Court’s rulings last month.
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House Judiciary Dems Aug 7
We look forward to the favorable resolution of the remaining issues before the DC Circuit in short order.
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CNN Aug 7
An appeals court says House Democrats can subpoena former White House counsel Don McGahn, but he may not end up testifying before the election.
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House Judiciary Dems Aug 7
Replying to @HouseJudiciary
Today’s decision confirms the Judiciary’s ability to resolve these disputes.
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House Judiciary Dems Aug 7
Replying to @HouseJudiciary
The court rejected President Trump’s sweeping claim that Committees of the House have no standing before the courts to seek redress of the institutional injury caused when lawfully issued subpoenas are ignored.
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