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House Liberty Caucus Feb 26
VOTE ALERT: HLC statement on , relating to a national emergency declared by the president on February 15, 2019
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Joaquin Castro Mar 15
The Democratic House and Republican Senate stood up for the American people against the President’s power grab. Yet with this veto, continues to defy the Constitution and we will continue fighting.
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Macy Linton 2 Feb 17
Call and tell yr house rep to vote NO on , esp. CA, MD, UT, AK, TX, CO, VA, NM, PA, AZ, ID, AR, LA, GA, IL, FL, NC, MI, WY, PR, AS.
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NastyWomenofNPS 23 Feb 17
takes away NPS ability 2 regulate drilling in over 40 national parks. PLS OPPOSE. Go 2 & call ur Rep!
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Sherlock Omz 4 Feb 17
This is just harsh, man.
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Senator Bob Menendez Mar 14
Replying to @SenatorMenendez
Read my full statement on the Senate passage of :
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Joaquin Castro Mar 14
Joining at 9:25pmET/8:25pmCT tonight to discuss today’s bipartisan Senate vote to protect the constitutional balance of power & where we go from here.
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Paying Attention 2 Feb 17
was withdrawn (yay!) need and withdrawn too...and let's stop this nonsense
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Mentor Rick 23 May 11
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The Leadership Conference Feb 26
We urge representatives to support & terminate the . Members swore an oath to uphold the Constitution. Congress clearly has the authority to bring this abuse of power to an end in a matter of weeks – if enough members have the courage to exercise it.
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Dr. Amanda R. Harvey 18 Mar 17
withdraw your proposed legislation . It does not represent the interest of the people but the interest of business.
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Eliot Engel Feb 26
From the beginning, this national emergency declaration was a farce. It was a gross power grab by a desperate President who, even after manufacturing a , still couldn’t secure funding for his ridiculous wall. I was proud to cosponsor & vote YES on .
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Joaquin Castro Mar 14
“Both chambers of Congress, one Democratic and one Republican, voted to terminate the President’s emergency declaration. As the courts review this, that will be a significant legal fact." Full remarks today on Senate passage of ⬇️
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RURdy4It Mar 15
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Rep. Susan Wild Feb 27
(so far) This week : 🔹Passed | universal background checks, 1st commonsense gun safety measure in decades 🔹Passed package to save taxpayers $9M 🔹Passed to overturn the natl emergency declaration that's making our nation less secure
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Adam Mar 14
One of the most important votes in decades happening right now. Do we accept ceding Legislative powers sans oversight to the Executive Branch? This isn't about a wall or drugs or immigration. This is about separation of powers. This is a fundamental question.
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Michael McCaul Feb 26
As a Texan and former Chairman of , I know well the threats along our southern border are both real and dangerous. You can read my full statement on here:
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Meredith 2 Feb 17
if you care about then you should also care about stopping
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The Leadership Conference Feb 26
The House just passed (245-182) in support of terminating the . We urge the Senate to follow. Here's our statement:
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