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Gwen Moore Selected as Ranking Member on the House Monetary Policy and Trade Subcommittee
"I take great pride and honor in assuming my new role as Ranking Member on the Monetary Policy and...


House Dems to offer Ex-Im bill
Top Democrats on the House Financial Services Committee plan to introduce legislation reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank’s charter, which is set to expire on June 30.  Democratic Reps. Gwen Moore (Wis.), Maxine Waters (Calif.) and Denny Heck (Wash.) are working on the bill, according to an email Moore’s chief of staff, Minh Ta, sent to senior House Democratic  staff members on Thursday. The email, which said the lawmakers were working on a "Democratic alternative reform Ex-Im bill," was first obtained by The Hill. “We hope to get a bill drafted and introduced soon that will adhere to the diversity of the Dem Caucus and keep us unified,” Ta wrote. “As you all know, the reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank is a major priority for the Dem Caucus and all our bosses... I just wanted make you all aware that there will be a Dem bill out there.”It's unclear how the legislation will differ from the five-year Ex-Im reauthorization bill that Rep. Stephen Fincher (R-Tenn.) in







President Obama fires up Milwaukee crowd for Mary Burke
MILWAUKEE — With exactly one week until Election Day, President Barack Obama campaigned in Milwaukee with Mary Burke on Tuesday evening.The president visited North Division High School, a school located in a predominantly African-American ward that gave him 99 percent of the vote in 2012. The crowd, estimated at 3,547 by the Milwaukee fire inspector, filled the school's field house, occasionally erupting into cheers of "Mary!" and "Obama.""This is ground zero," said Avis Wright, a Milwaukee resident, of the school and its surrounding community.She and Teresa Brewer said Burke embraced the president's support in the nick of time. Tuesday's visit was Obama's third trip to Wisconsin during the course of the gubernatorial race, but the first time the two appeared together in public. They spoke on the phone during his first visit and met privately when he returned.


President's 2016 Budget Proposal Calls Attention to Vulnerable Women and Children
"In addition to the President's pursuit to end the sequester and address the important issue...







Gwen Moore Introduces Export-Import Bank Reauthorization with Reps. Waters, Heck, Hoyer
"This week, my colleagues Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) Congressman Denny Heck (D-WA), Democratic...


Gwen Moore asks for deeper federal review of Hamilton case
U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore (D-Milwaukee) has called on the U.S. Attorney's Office to conduct a "pattern and practice" review of the Milwaukee Police Department in connection with the Dontre Hamilton case.Moore made the request this week in a letter to the federal prosecutor's office in Milwaukee.In the wake of the decision by the Milwaukee County district attorney's office not to issue criminal charges against a fired Milwaukee police officer in Hamilton's fatal shooting, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced it would review the incident.Moore's request asks the prosecutor to go further, and do a broader review of whether the department systemically violates citizens' civil rights.







Gwen Moore Honors Black History Month
"During this month, we must not forget the importance of the local African American activists, who...


'Eleanor's Hope' Puts Retirement Gap into Races
WOMENSENEWS--As the midterm election heads into its final weeks, advocates for women's financial security are girding up for another round of battles over Social Security and Medicare, the age-old safety net programs upon which women disproportionately depend.The Washington-based National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare launched a national initiative Oct. 9 to create grassroots support for ending the gender gap in retirement benefits to decrease the nearly 11 percent poverty rate among senior women, which is 50 percent higher than that of male retirees.Called "Eleanor's Hope"--in honor of first lady Eleanor Roosevelt who championed passage of the Social Security Act in 1935--the initiative proposes sweeping changes to modernize the system to reflect women's contributions as breadwinners as well as family caregivers."Women have a lot at stake in November's election and beyond," said Max Richtman, president of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medi










 
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