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The U.S. Representative for New Hampshire's 2nd congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Charles Foster "Charlie" Bass (born January 8, 1952) is the U.S. Representative for New Hampshire's 2nd congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously held the seat from 1995 to 2007. He has followed the footsteps of his father, Perkins, who also represented the same New Hampshire district. Early life and education Bass was born in Boston to Katharine and Perkins Bass. His father served as a Republican U.S. Congressman from New Hampshire in the 1950s and 1960s. Bass's grandfather Robert Bass served as Republican governor of New Hampshire from 1911 to 1912, founded the Progressive Republican movement, and was a friend/confidant of President Teddy Roosevelt. Charles Bass attended the Holderness School in Holderness, New Hampshire, where he was ...
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Newt Gingrich to Charlie Bass: 'Remember Me'

Gingrich reaches out to old foot soldiers like Bass, who helped GOP capture U.S. House majority in 1994 for first time in 40 years. They exchanged pleasantries a few months back. The former field general said to the former foot soldier, "Remember me." U.S. Rep. Charlie Bass, first elected to Congress in the Class of 1994, said he has not heard much directly from former House Speaker Newt Gingrich since they ran into each other earlier this year. That should change, as Bass has yet to endorse anyone. He fully expects a call from Gingrich as the candidate's star rises in GOP circles. Others ...

Bass Discusses Jobs, Energy Efficiency Policy

“The real issue is about jobs,” Rep. Charles Bass (R-N.H.) said at a breakfast with Alliance Associates. The event, part of the Alliance's Policy Perspectives series,was sponsored by Bosch on Sept. 8, 2011. While acknowledging the tough fiscal decisions Congress will face in the coming months, Bass shared his vision for energy efficiency policy this fall and expressed confidence that energy efficiency can help stimulate economic recovery. “This fall, Congress has two agendas: job creation and fiscal responsibility,” Bass explained. Moreover, advocates can garner ...

Bass Named One of the Most Corrupt Members of Congress

Politics is a family affair for Rep. Charles “Charlie” Bass (R-NH), who abused his office to seek preferential treatment for his nephew’s business New England Wood Pellet (NEWP), a New Hampshire-based company that produces wood pellet fuel for use in heating systems. Rep. Bass also appears to have lied on his personal financial disclosure forms about his interest in the company. All of this has landed him a spot in Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington’s (CREW) annual Most Corrupt Members of Congress Report. “Rep. Bass has abused his position to ...

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Rep. Karen Bass on Recent Police Violence in South Los Angeles
"I am deeply disturbed and distressed at the latest police-involved shootings. The people of South L.A. need answers, and I share their anger, frustration and fear. While the facts of both cases are still being examined, I urge that there be fair and impartial investigations. We must have a serious conversation about ways in which officers can defuse dangerous situations without necessarily resorting to shooting suspects. My condolences go to the families of the two men who were killed."
Rep. Bass Statement on the Passing of Shimon Peres
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressmember Karen Bass (CA-37) issued the following statement regarding the recent passing of Israeli leader and Nobel laureate Shimon Peres. "I join the many voices mourning the passing of Israeli elder statesman Shimon Peres. Peres served his country in widely disparate roles, including multiple cabinet posts and nearly a half-century in the Knesset.  His contributions were recognized in the U.S. with the Congressional Gold Medal and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and his efforts to promote peace led to his sharing the 1994 Nobel Peace Prize. Peres remained active in the pursuit of peace into his ninth decade of life, and he never lost faith in a bright future for Israel and the surrounding region. A ‘warrior for peace’ has left the world stage, but his legacy remains, as does the opportunity for a renewed attention to his life-long quest for stability in the Middle east. May his memory be a blessing."    
The Hill: Congressional Black Caucus: "Release Video from Charlotte Shooting"
Several Congressional Black Caucus members tell The Hill that the Charlotte police chief "absolutely" needs to release the video of a police-involved shooting. "I believe that the video should be released right away because when they’re not, distrust builds in the community; distrust about altering them, distrust about whether they’re going to get to know the truth," Texas Democratic Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson tells The Hill's Molly K. Hooper. Bernice Johnson and her colleague, Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.), spoke to The Hill Thursday, shortly following their march with Congressional Black Caucus members from the Capitol to the Justice Department. They are demanding that Attorney General Loretta Lynch investigate the recent police-involved killings. Watch the video here to see the lawmakers discuss the matter.
Building on AGOA, Strengthening U.S.-African Trade Ties
By Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.) With strong bipartisan support in Congress, the Obama administration signed into law last year a ten-year extension of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), the foundation of U.S. evolving trade policy with sub-Saharan Africa since 2000. The long-term renewal of AGOA serves as a powerful and enduring symbol of the U.S. trade and investment relationship with sub-Saharan Africa, while providing valuable incentives and predictability to investors seeking to capitalize on Africa’s dynamic, rapidly growing markets and to buyers looking to source from the continent. Congress accompanied its renewal of AGOA with inquiries regarding the future of the U.S.-Africa trade relationship and its supporting policy, With a doubling of regional real GDP, a rapidly urbanizing population, and 300 million people connected to the world through the internet and mobile technologies, Africa has become better equipped to supply America with goods and to buy American p

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