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American democratic politician - former U.S. Representative for Michigan's 13th congressional district from 2011 to 2013.
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ENG:Hansen H. Clarke (born March 2, 1957) is an American politician. A Democrat, he was the U.S. Representative for Michigan's 13th congressional district from 2011 to 2013. Prior to his election to Congress, he had been a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from 1991 through 1992 and from 1999 through 2002, and had represented the 1st District in the Michigan Senate from 2003 to 2011. Clarke was also the first U.S. Congressman of Bangladeshi descent. He visited Bangladesh on a goodwill tour from US government. Clarke entered Congress after ousting incumbent Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick in the 2010 Democratic primary for the 13th congressional district. In 2012, due to redistricting, Clarke was forced to run against fellow incumbent Gary Peters in the 14th congressional district ...
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Clarke’s idea to save Detroit could be crazy enough to work

U.S. Rep. Hansen Clarke has a crazy plan to save Michigan’s largest city. Or, I should say, he has a plan that seems that way until one realizes every non-crazy idea for saving Detroit has been either tried already, or dismissed as politically impossible. To some people, Clarke’s plan still might seem to be a little bit “out there,” even considering all that. But, crazy or not, Clarke’s bold proposal is getting some serious traction and picking up support from both sides of the aisle. The centerpiece of Clarke’s proposal is something he calls a Detroit ...

U.S. Rep. Clarke Answers Questions in Community Town Hall

U.S. Rep. Hansen Clarke, a Detroit Democrat who represents the five Pointes, held a town hall forum at Grosse Pointe South Wednesday and continued to call for a “federal trust fund” for his beleaguered city. The plan, which Clarke said has 30 supporters in the House of Representatives, would divert all federal income tax paid by Detroiters away from Washington and into a fund that could be used to lower the debt burden of boththe city and Detroit Public Schools. “This is not about Detroit, this is about creating jobs and building manufacturing opportunities all across this ...

Rep. Hansen Clarke: 'Student loan debt has made a mockery...

Can lessening the amount of student loan debt really help to stimulate the economy?It's a billion-dollar question -- maybe a trillion-dollar one -- that several lawmakers think they have the answer to. Last week, President Obama put forth an initiative that would allow some federal student loan borrowers to lower their payments or consolidate their loans.U.S. Rep. Hansen Clarke (D-Detroit) had been pushing for more attention to the amount of student loan debt millions of Americans carry. When Obama visited Detroit on Labor Day, Clarke told the thousands in attendance that he had met with Obama ...

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Wednesday morning Michigan Emergency Manager news round-up – 2/22/2012
The never-ending story… Muskegon Heights EM review team still hasn’t met – 3 weeks laterMLive reports that the financial review team for Muskegon Heights schools still hasn’t met three weeks after it was formed. The review team assigned to determine whether Muskegon Heights Public Schools needs an emergency manager has yet to meet three weeks after it was appointed. “We’re really concerned about the fact that they’re not moving,” said Dave Sipka, interim superintendent of Muskegon Heights Public Schools. The eight-member team was appointed Jan. 31 and has until March 1 to make a recommendation to Gov. Rick Snyder about the need for an emergency manager to oversee the school district.…
BREAKING: Congressman Gary Peters scores coveted SEIU endorsement in MI-14
Game on Congressman Gary Peters faces two solid primary opponents in the newly-drawn 14th Congressional District in Michigan, Congressman Hansen Clark and Southfield Mayor Brenda Lawrence, a situation intentionally created by Republicans during the redistricting process last year. This morning, Peters announced that he has picked up the much-coveted endorsement of the SEIU: I’ve got some great news to share with you – we just received word that the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Michigan State Council has endorsed our campaign for Congress in the new 14th district. This endorsement means that we’ll have the support of the nearly 30,000 SEIU workers in Southeast Michigan.…
Michigan Republicans succeed in creating major Democratic primary battle in MI-14
What’s say you and him and her fight? When Michigan Republicans redistricted our state this past year, they intentionally created a major battle ground in Michigan’s 14th Congressional District which makes up much of the metropolitan Detroit area. As was already announced, Hansen Clark who currently represents the 13th District and Gary Peters, Representative from MI-09 will be contending for the Democratic nomination in the newly-drawn 14th. Now enter Southfield mayor Brenda Lawrence, running mate of Lansing mayor Virg Bernero his his failed 2010 gubernatorial bid. Southfield Mayor Brenda Lawrence will run in the new 14th Congressional District, jumping into a race that already has two incumbent Democratic congressmen.…
Congressmen Conyers, Clarke, and Peters request answers from Governor Snyder regarding their proposed Detroit Consent Agreement
In a comprehensive and sternly-worded letter to Governor Rick Snyder (pdf), Congressmen John Conyers, Jr., Hansen Clarke, and Gary Peters are asking for some answers regarding his administration’s proposed Detroit Consent Agreement. The letter focuses on seven key areas: Failure of State to Provide Any Financial AssistanceGovernor Snyder is asked to explain why, unlike in other struggling cities across the country, they “will not consider the same types of financial partnership approaches utilized for cities such as New York, Cleveland, and Philadelphia”. Unconstitutional Limitation on Collective BargainingDuring a legal forum held by Rep. Conyers last month, Kenneth Klee, a renowned expert on constitutional issues relating to bankruptcy testified: “[A]s currently drafted, the [Michigan EM Law] is violative of the Contracts Clause ..…

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