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The U.S. Representative for Wisconsin's 4th congressional district, serving since 2005.
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Gwen Moore Responds to Paul Ryan Poverty Plan
"I urge my Wisconsin colleague to continue the dialogue on the most effective ways to eradicate poverty....


Women Leaders in Congress Are Standing Up for Vulnerable Migrant Children
"We have a humanitarian obligation to protect vulnerable children fleeing from extreme violence and...







New poll’s shocking findings on race and police
A new poll on the public view of police says most Americans don’t believe police treat races equally. Rev. Al Sharpton has Dr. Cedric Alexander and Rep. Gwen Moore on to discuss the study’s findings.


'Misery in Our Midst' forum tackles scourge of gun violence
Mayor Tom Barrett went to bed Friday knowing he would spend Saturday speaking with a community exhausted by gun violence. He hoped against hope that the topic of his speech wouldn't be selected for him as the night unfolded.But it was.It was contained in a text message on his phone. Two men shot, one fatally, shortly before midnight in a car in the 5100 block of W. Lisbon Ave.The only thing really surprising about the message, Barrett said, was the ethnicity of the men shot: Asian.The vast majority of the people who are shot and killed in Milwaukee are black males."What we are witnessing, right now, is the annihilation of black males in this city," Barrett told more than 100 people who attended the forum, "Misery in Our Midst — Gun Violence," at the African American Women's Center.







Kaine joins in introducing Senate bill to protect domestic violence victims
Today, U.S. Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) joined Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Chris Murphy (D-CT) to introduce the Domestic Violence Gun Homicide Prevention Act of 2014, legislation that would encourage states to remove firearms from domestic abusers.The senators presented their bill at a press conference where they were joined by Merry Jackson, whose daughter Lori Jackson was shot and killed this year by her estranged husband, who was under a temporary restraining order at the time. Kaine shared the story of Deborah Wigg, a Virginia Beach resident who was tragically shot and killed in 2011 by her separated husband, who, despite being arrested and issued a restraining order for domestic violence against Deborah, never had his gun confiscated as federal law requires.“I’m proud to help introduce the Domestic Violence Gun Homicide Prevention Act of 2014 in the Senate,” said Kaine. “Domestic violence fatalities are far too common in Virginia, and they are often at the hands of


Gwen Moore Seeks Assistance to Reduce Milwaukee Gun Violence, Sends Letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder
"Gun violence is a plague that steals the lives of far too many in our community. Each time we lose...







Murphy, Lenda receive Congressional law enforcement honor
OAK CREEK - Lieutenant Brian Murphy and Officer Sam Lenda received several standing ovations during a ceremony at the Oak Creek Community Center on Wednesday.  They are credited with ending the attack on the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin just six minutes after the first 911 call.“I think all of us remember where we were on August 5, 2012,” said Oak Creek Mayor Steve Scaffidi.Murphy and Lenda received the Law Enforcement Congressional Badge of Bravery.“I simply want to thank these two men and our law enforcement personnel who do this to keep us safe,” said Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI).The attacker shot Murphy more than a dozen times.


Baldwin, Moore, Kind and Pocan Send Letter to U.S. AG Applauding his Voter Protection Efforts
"We thank you for your commitment to preserving the right to vote for all Americans, and we ask that...










 
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