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March 29, 2017Press Item
I was deeply saddened to learn of the deaths of American U.N. worker Michael Sharp and his Swedish colleague Zaida Catalan in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
March 29, 2017Press Item
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Last week was a historic week in many respects.
March 28, 2017Press Item
Rep. Bill Pascrell's resolution of inquiry seeks to provide a means for the American people to find much-sought and much-deserved answers about Donald Trump's many potential conflicts of interest. 
March 28, 2017Press Item
Thank you for the opportunity to speak to you today.
March 28, 2017Press Item
The Clean Power Plan was promulgated in order to protect public health and protect our nation from the devastating impacts of climate change. 
March 28, 2017Press Item
Last Monday, FBI Director Comey confirmed that the Trump campaign has been under investigation since July over potential collusion with the Putin regime.
March 27, 2017Press Item
The violent suppression of peaceful protests in Russia reflect the deep morass into which Vladimir Putin's Russia has fallen.
March 24, 2017Press Item
This week, Republicans were so deeply divided over their TrumpCare bill, that they lacked the votes to pass it and leaders were forced to pull the bill from the Floor.
March 24, 2017Press Item
This is a good day for the American people. 
March 24, 2017Press Item
You said the President thinks he's done everything he could do. 
March 24, 2017Press Item
Clearly, Chairman Nunes and the Trump White House are scared of what the public might learn, and by canceling a public hearing on Russian involvement in the election they are denying the American people the full scope of information that might come forward.
March 24, 2017Press Item
Donald Trump, just a few weeks ago, looked the American public in the eye though the lens of a TV camera and said I will support a healthcare policy that will give everybody insurance at lesser cost and greater quality. 
March 23, 2017Press Item
Well, the bill keeps getting worse and worse and, of course, the deficit reduction the Republicans were claiming has now been halved by the changes they made. 
March 23, 2017Press Item
If Republican leaders were hoping that the Congressional Budget Office’s cost and impact estimate for their amended health care bill would make any Member more likely to support it, I suspect they are now sorely disappointed.