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Joyce, a lawyer who served as assistant Senate majority leader, faces 113 counts of corruption and racketeering.
At one point, a 2008 profile of Risch's political rise began circulating that recounted Risch's time as the majority leader in the Idaho state senate when Andrus, who died last year, was governor.
At one point, a 2008 profile of Risch’s political rise began circulating that recounted Risch’s time as the majority leader in the Idaho state senate when Andrus, who died last year, was governor.
Rucker has been a frequent presence in the Kansas House during Hineman’s time as majority leader.
She is joined by potential House majority leader, Steny Hoyer, who turns 79 in June, and potential House majority whip James Clyburn, who turns 78 in July.
But Schumer objected to the majority leader’s plan to offer as his first proposal an amendment on sanctuary cities, unrelated to the issue of young immigrants.
This wasn’t anything that was planned with the majority leader or anything.
Aresimowicz removed him from all his committee assignments, and took away his title as assistant majority leader.
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MAJORITY LEADER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of majority leader for English Language Learners
: the leader of the political party that has the most members in the U.S. Senate or House of Representatives
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