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Rep. Mark Pocan
Honored to serve the people of Wisconsin's Second District. Co-Chair of and . Member of
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Republican lawmakers in West Virginia think they know better than teachers who are in classrooms every day. I disagree. I support the teachers and school employees of , , and who are striking to support their students and their schools.
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Rep. Mark Pocan 4h
We all know what the President has said about women (both in public and in private). Something tells me the President is lying (again).
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 18
What’s the difference between a magician and a politician? To get the answer, check out this throwback ⬇️.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 18
So about that national emergency...
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Andy Kroll Feb 18
. said he'd drain the swamp. Instead, he made Washington murkier than ever — and Elliott Broidy fit right in. Your PRESIDENT'S DAY
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 17
Republicans seem to have a problem with a Congress that has more women, more immigrants, and more people of color - a Congress that looks more like America. The GOP can run on division & fear, or they can run on a vision for the future. Sadly, their vision doesn’t win elections.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 17
I’m proud of the tireless leadership has shown on this issue. The fight continues as we make sure every American can afford the medication they need.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 17
Remember when one of the President's supporters attacked a journalist at a rally? That was six days ago. The President must stop these attacks on the media.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 15
The ’s National PFAS Management Plan falls short of addressing the serious concerns Wisconsin families have on a daily basis. My constituents should know, without a doubt, their drinking water is safe. This plan doesn’t go far enough.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 15
Today, Trump said he "didn't need to" declare a national emergency. Honestly, we didn't put him up to this. He's just that dumb, folks.
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Progressive Caucus Feb 14
With the passage of tonight's spending bill, CPC Co-Chairs & vow to watch the Trump administration closely: If the Department of Homeland Security tries to go around Congress to increase detentions, we will hold them accountable.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 14
Replying to @repmarkpocan
The president just can't admit it but he’s lost the border wall fight AGAIN.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 14
A national emergency should be used to address the gun epidemic in this country and climate change. A national emergency should not be used for a campaign promise Trump has failed to live up to.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 14
More than 4 months after I submitted a FOIA request to for info on September raids in Wisconsin, I still haven't received answers. This week I stopped by the agency's office to pass out 'missing' fliers to see if employees could find my request.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 14
Then do something about gun violence. Otherwise your words are hollow.
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Rep. Ted Deutch Feb 14
Standing today and always with the community of Parkland and the families of the victims of the MSD shooting as we honor their lives one year after their tragic deaths.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 13
Federal contractors deserve to be paid. Period.
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The Lead CNN Feb 13
. shows President Trump's hypocrisy over Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar’s anti-Semitic tweet with a little help from a "rogue" control room.
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Win Without War Feb 13
Today we made history. Thank you , , , , , and for your tireless work to end U.S. involvement in the brutal war in Yemen. We know there is still work to do and we stand with you.
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Rep. Mark Pocan Feb 13
WATCH HERE: Today, I spoke on the House floor about the importance of ending the U.S. involvement in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis – the conflict in . I’ll continue working to bring this unconstitutional U.S. war, threatening millions of innocent lives, to an end.
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