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‘There are always some risks in these large international gatherings’
A legislative fixture, the lawmaker helped pass the Affordable Care Act and authored the Clean Air Act
The administration is urging lawyers to help get low-level offenders out of prison faster
Promises the feds are still working to keep the drug out of young hands, even in states where it’s been legalized
Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich is an invited guest of Congressman Bill Pascrell
The former Secretary of State called the 2012 attack in Libya ‘a terrible tragedy’
New ad asks, ‘what is Congress afraid of?’
Civil rights organizations say the healthcare website doesn’t fully comply with federal law and may miss registering millions of eligible voters. Some on the right think it shouldn’t register voters at all.
“I smoke cigarettes and I’m not giving that up to be President of the United States,” he tells Jay Leno.
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New task force to look at campus crimes
Sees better technology, early voting as solutions