Washington, D.C. – Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi delivered remarks on the Floor of the United States House of Representatives ahead of House Republicans’ re-vote on the #GOPTaxScam. Below are the Leader’s remarks:
Washington, D.C. – Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi delivered remarks on the Floor of the United States House of Representatives ahead of House Republicans’ vote for the #GOPTaxScam. Below are the Leader’s remarks:
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I thank the gentleman for yielding. I thank him, Congressman Scott, I thank [Ranking Member] Frank Pallone, [Ranking Member] John Yarmuth, [Ranking Member] Richie Neal, our Ranking Members who have done such excellent work on this debate on the values of our country. Mr. Speaker, our colleague, Mr. Clyburn, began Mr. Speaker, I want to join him. I think those words bear repeating.
“Thank you very much Congressman [David] Cicilline and Senator [Jeff] Merkley for your leadership on this very important issue. I’m very honored to join them.
Good morning everyone! Thank you, President Sims, for your introduction, a very generous one – and for your strong stewardship of this historic institution. Let us once again acknowledge President Sims and his family’s contribution to Fisk University.
Washington, D.C. – House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi delivered remarks today on the Floor of the House in opposition to the Republican Retirement Security CRA. Below are the Leader’s remarks: “Thank you very much, Mr. Speaker. I thank the gentlelady for… Continue
Tonight, we celebrate great music and renew our commitment to the vision of Sustainable Development Goals.
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