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And the newest class of freshmen congresspeople had brought new champions—like Washington’s Pramila Jayapal, who took the stage more than once—into the caucus.
In fact, maybe the best indicator of the actual state of the union can be viewed in the faces of our congresspeople.
Click here to find out which senators and congresspeople represent your state, then call them and ask them to implement a non-discrimination law to protect LGBTQ+ people in your area.
Democratic lawmakers and watchdog groups blasted Republicans and encouraged voters to contact their congresspeople.
Yet another reason Puerto Rico should have its own congresspeople in Washington.
Take, for example, any number of Republican congresspeople who issued vague statements with no mention of the president’s name (or, in some cases, of the president at all) after his tepid non-response to the attack on Charlottesville.
Some congresspeople, notably Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy, took offense to this outpouring.
Most of the congresspeople who vote on this bill probably won't even read it.
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