congresswoman


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Synonyms for congresswoman

a member of the United States House of Representatives

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Congresswoman Geraldine Roman (Federico Cruz / Manila Bulletin)
In 2013, Congresswoman Maloney first introduced House Resolution-47, expressing the sense of the U.
The Congresswoman has fought for Terrorism Insurance for over 10 years, helping Congress pass the first TRIA in 2002.
Among the six dead were a federal judge, a nine-year-old girl and a member of the congresswoman s staff.
Similar cultural exchanges between the United States and Bahrain were proposed and Congresswoman Fudge was very interested in learning about the diverse facets of the year-long programme lined-up for Manama, the Capital of Arab Culture.
The Telegraph quoted Ed Brookover, an adviser to the Minnesota congresswoman, as saying that she had been considering launching her campaign in June, but might bring the date forward to take part in the first Republican debate in early May.
She said such problems are universal, and noting the recent shooting of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, said extremism exists in the United States and must be combated.
AMERICAN congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was last night fighting for life after being shot in the head as a gunman went on the rampage.
during a shooting in Arizona on Saturday, in which US Congresswoman Gabrielle
On January 8, 2001, an unstable 22-year-old man opened fire on Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the people assembled at the town hall meeting she was holding at a grocery store in her district of Tucson.
In May, Congresswoman Judy Chu issued a report entitled: "Strengthening Our Schools: A New Framework and Principles for Revising School Improvement Grants.
Oct 2, 2009 (TUR) -- Ohio Elections Commission of the United States has ruled that the Armenian-descent independent congressional candidate David Krikorian "lied" when accusing Republican Congresswoman Jean Schmidt of taking bribe from Turkish authorities to support the Turkish theses on the incidents of 1915.
Scott Greenberger did a terrific job profiling Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz ("New Political Woman," May/June 2009).
NIAC launched a campaign May 19 seeking a retraction from the California congresswoman.
As if to prove that Nancy Pelosi isn't the only Democratic congresswoman subject to absurd scrutiny from respectable press outlets concerning wardrobe choices, a lengthy Los Angeles Times article in March analyzed fellow Californian Loretta Sanchez's reputation as a "siren" with a "fondness for come-hither heels.