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Hastings Welcomes the Release of Israeli Sold. Gilad Shalit


Congressman Alcee L. Hastings (D-Miramar) made the following statement welcoming the release of Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) Staff Sergeant Gilad Shalit on October 18, 2011: "Today, the world is rejoicing the release of Gilad Shalit. The abduction of Sergeant Shalit by the militant group Hamas was a horrific act of aggression. He was 19 years old at the time, and efforts to end his prolonged incarceration in Gaza have become an emotional cause for the people of Israel and the international community. "It has been five long years. And yet, Gilad did not give up. He has demonstrated an ...


Rep. Alcee Hastings Recognizes LGBT History Month


Each October, we celebrate the many contributions of our nation's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. It is an opportunity to reflect on how far we have come in the ongoing struggle for LGBT rights, as well as rededicate ourselves to achieving true equality for all Americans. In 1994, a Missouri high school history teacher named Rodney Wilson decided to take action after finding out that textbooks failed to address LGBT issues. He organized a grassroots network of teachers and community leaders and together they created LGBT History Month, which coincides with another ...


Alcee Hastings faces Congressional ethics review


Acongressional ethics panel isinvestigatingallegationsthat the Broward Democrat sexually harassed a member of his staff, according to an attorney with a legal group that filed a lawsuit against Hastings. Tom Fitton, president of theconservative group, Judicial Watch, confirmed a report in the Wall Street Journal that the Office of Congressional Ethics --the House's independent ethics investigative arm -- is looking at the case. "My understanding is that they are reviewing the numerous allegations in the lawsuit," Fitton said. Fitton's group in Marchfiled a lawsuit onbehalf ofWinsome Packer, ...



 
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