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Updated: 16th November 2019 15:17Marcia Fudge

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They say a "Minnesota millionaire" represents all that is wrong with nutrition assistance.
After taking control of the U.S. House, Democrats are trying to compile evidence that shows voter suppression is a much larger problem than voter fraud.
The Ohio representative said she won't seek Democratic leadership after all.

Fudge, a congresswoman from Ohio, suggests African-Americans in Congress are getting a raw deal from Pelosi.
As Thanksgiving rolls around this year marking the beginning of the holiday season, we are able to pause and reflect on all
Let me be clear: I oppose "fast-track" legislation! Congress is empowered by the U.S. Constitution to review trade deals. I do not support ceding our authority to anyone.
Unable to deprive women the right to abortion outright through the courts, the anti-choice movement has adopted a different strategy.
Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio) defeated her Republican opponent, Mark Zetzer, in Tuesday's midterm election race. Below, more
"The bottles did not go through the window, but were found outside below the broken window," the report continued. "The paper
Politicians around the country have reacted as national attention has focused on the clashes between police and those protesting
"At my direction, over the last three months, each Military Service reviewed its definitions of authorized and prohibited
One of the new rules, which applies only to women's hair, is a ban on twists, dreadlocks and multiple braids or cornrows
After pointing out one story which was strangely ignored in the pile-on in the media this week, it seems the profits for the company contracted to build the Obamacare site are way up. How nice for them, eh? Sigh.
The House of Representatives on Thursday approved sweeping reforms to the nation's food stamp program that would cut some $40 billion in nutrition aid over 10 years and deny benefits to millions starting in 2014.
While most proponents of the bill similarly argued that they were just promoting work, there was also an undercurrent of
We are within reach of doing something unprecedented: stopping a U.S. war before it starts by means of a Congressional vote. We have public opinion our side including a majority of Democrats, a majority of Republicans, and a majority of Independents.
"The chair believes Congress and the American public need more information, and she awaits more briefings between now and