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ENG: James Enos "Jim" Clyburn (born July 21, 1940) is the U.S. Representative for South Carolina's 6th congressional district, serving since 1993, and the Assistant Democratic Leader since 2011. He was previously House Majority Whip, serving in that post from 2007 to 2011. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district includes Florence, Sumter and large portions of Columbia and Charleston. As Assistant Democratic Leader, he is the third-ranking Democrat in the House behind House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Minority Whip Steny Hoyer. Early life, education, and early political career Clyburn was born in Sumter, South Carolina, the son of Enos Lloyd Clyburn, a fundamentalist minister, and his wife Almeta (née Dizzley), a beautician. Republican South Carolina ...
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Clyburn Reacts to Newt Gingrich’s Food Stamps Remarks


Rep. James Clyburn, the highest-ranking African-American in Congress, swung back at former House speaker and White House hopeful Newt Gingrich for continuing to call President Obama the “food stamps president” while campaigning in Clyburn’s home state of South Carolina for this week’s GOP primary. “To say those kinds of things about the president of the United States, I think, not only tries to lower the office itself, but also denigrates those people who find themselves in need of food stamps,” Clyburn said on Fox News Tuesday. The South Carolina lawmaker ...


Clyburn: We're not locked in to sequester cuts


Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn, who was a member of the failed congressional "supercommittee" to reduce the deficit, said Tuesday he would be open to redoing the automatic "sequester" cuts triggered by the committee's failure, noting that "I don't think that we are locked in to sequester being in its current format." Clyburn, in an interview with MSNBC's Chuck Todd, suggested he would be open to "redoing the sequester" as part of an agreement to extend and expand the payroll tax cut holiday set to expire at the end of the year. If it does expire, Americans making $50,000 per year would see a ...


Clyburn's Take on Why There Was No Debt Deal


Congressman Jim Clyburn spoke to News 19's Curtis Wilson and Nat Roers Tuesday morning about the Super Committee not reaching a deal. The Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction announcedit could not come up with the minimum $1.2. trillion of deficit reduction. In an opinion piece in the Washington Post, Congressman Jim Clyburn recently wrote about the super committee saying, "the problem is finding the political will to bring it to conclusion. Although we are charged with finding at least $1.2 trillion in deficit reduction over the next 10 years, I agree with those who have said we ...


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Clyburn Statement on SC DOT Commission Approval of Local Projects
(Columbia, SC) - Congressman Jim Clyburn released the following statement on the South Carolina Department of Transportation Commission’s vote on repurposing federal funds for local highway projects: “I support the S.C. Department of Transportation Commission’s action today to re-purpose certain federal highway funds to make critical investments in communities in the 6th Congressional District.  Today’s action will create jobs, improve infrastructure, enhance public safety and contribute to essential community development and revitalization.  Many of the communities that will benefit from this action have suffered decades of neglect. I was proud to work with local elected officials and community leaders to repurpose  these funds for projects they have championed for decades and are prepared to meet the 20% match requirement.  Consequently, these projects - which meet the legal requirement of being within a 50-mile radius of the original site -  will not cost South Carolin
Clyburn Statement on the Charleston Massacre Anniversary
WASHINGTON – U.S. House Assistant Democratic Leader James E. Clyburn today released the following statement on the first anniversary of the Charleston Massacre: “Today marks the first anniversary of the Emanuel AME Church massacre in Charleston, South Carolina.  This heinous crime was deeply impactful, and the response of the families and community has been even more impactful. “As an AME congregant, a former resident of Charleston and Representative of the Low-Country in the U.S. House, I feel a deep and abiding connection to Charleston and the Low-Country.  The victims of that horrific crime were our friends and neighbors and my constituents.  Their deaths pained me in profound and personal ways and the wounds to our community will take time to heal. “On the night of June 17, 2015, my friend and Co-Worker Reverend Clementa Pinckney left his service in the state senate to travel to Charleston to fulfill his calling of  tending to his flock at Mother Emanuel AME Church
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One day after the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history killed 49 people and nearly a year after nine prayerful souls were gunned down at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC I sought recognition from the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives attempting to raise a Parliamentary Inquiry. I wanted to inquire as to when we might be able to expect a vote on several pieces of legislation that would make our communities safer, our families more secure ‎ and our gun ownership laws more sensible. My Inquiry was not responded to, and I was ruled out of order. The so-called “No Fly, No Buy” bill, H.R. 1076, would deny gun purchases to individuals on the terrorist watch list who are prohibited from flying. H.R. 1217, sponsored by Representatives Mike Thompson and Peter King, would‎ require universal background checks for gun purchases. Representative David Cicilline’s bill, H.R. 4603, would prevent those found guilty of hate crimes from purchasing a firearm. My bill,
MEDIA ADVISORY: Clyburn to Join Democrats to Hold "Lighting the Way' National Speak Out
MEDIA ADVISORY **Happening Thursday** Contact:  Candace Randle Person (CBC) (202) 593-1331 Brenda Jones (Lewis) (202) 225-3801 Patrick Devlin (Clyburn) (202) 226-3210 Democrats to Hold ‘Lighting the Way’ National Speak Out: The Path Forward on Gun Violence WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Thursday, July 14th at 7:30 p.m. EDT, Democrats will hold a national speak out on gun violence in America. This event is open press. WHO:    Representative John Lewis (D-GA)   Assistant Democratic Leader James E. Clyburn (D-SC)   Congressional Black Caucus (CBC)   Members of the House Democratic Caucus     WHAT: Ensuring Comprehensive Background Checks   H.R. 1217, Public Safety and Second Amendment Rights Protection Act       Enacting No Fly, No Buy   H.R. 1076, Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act       Closing the Charleston Loophole   H.R. 3051, Background Check Completion Act       Barring Fire



 
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