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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 Anti-Discrimination And Anti-Harassment Training Resolution
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. House Assistant Democratic Leader James E. Clyburn (SC) released the following statement for the record on H.Res.630: “Mr. Speaker, I rise in strong support of H.Res.630, which would require each Member, officer and employee of the House to complete anti-discrimination and anti-harassment training. Enacting this legislation ought to be a first step toward affirming with one voice that there is absolutely no place for discrimination nor harassment of any kind in the halls of Congress. But we must also do more than agree to mandatory training. “As elected officials, we ought to be held to a higher standard. Congress must review and improve the current administrative procedure for victims to come forward. All harassment and discrimination allegations must be taken seriously. After enacting this measure, Congress must streamline the process, protect victims that wish to be protected, and ensure all allegations of wrongdoing are in
I Stand In Opposition To This Unfair, Immoral GOP Budget
Clyburn to Join Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina Staff and Members to Celebrate New Funding for the Rural Energy Savings Program
COLUMBIA, August 29, 2017 – Assistant Democratic Leader James E. Clyburn will join leaders of the Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina to celebrate the recent announcement of $13 million in federal funds from the Rural Energy Savings Program (RESP) to weatherize more than a thousand homes in rural South Carolina. Who:        Assistant Democratic Leader James E. Clyburn                  Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina,   Santee Electric Cooperative What:       Press conference and tour of one of the homes included in ECSC’s “Help My House” pilot weatherization program. Where:    873 Sumter Highway, Kingstree, SC When:      Wednesday, August 30, 2017 – 2:00pm Contact:   Lou Green, 803-739-3042, lou.green@ecsc.org     Lindsey Smith, 803-331-5934, lindsey.smith@ecsc.org About the Rural Energy Savings Program: First introduced in Congress by Rep. James E. Clyburn in 2010, the Rural Energy Savings Program is a national initiative th
Clyburn Floor Statement on the Republican Tax Proposal
Mr. Speaker, I rise to alert the American people to the tax scam that is the Republican "tax reform" proposal, unveiled last week. It is reported that President Trump wanted to call this bill, "cut, cut, cut." That would have been apropos. The first cut is for him and his family members, the second cut is for his wealthy friends and acquaintances, and the third cut is for large corporations classified as LLCs. It certainly does not cut taxes for middle income families or most small businesses. In fact, it does just the opposite. It is crystal clear who gets the cuts and who gets to pay more. First and foremost, the GOP tax plan eliminates inheritance taxes. This tax only applies to estates of over $11 million and only affects two tenths of one percent of families in America, those who wish to pass along their wealth, unearned and untaxed. Why are Republicans doing this? Because it's a huge priority for some of their biggest donors. In fact, this cut is not even about the 0.2 percent--



 
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