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The U.S. Representative for New York's 28th congressional district, serving since 1993, and Chair of the House Rules Committee from 2007 until 2011.
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ENG: Louise McIntosh Slaughter (born August 14, 1929) is the U.S. Representative for New York's 28th congressional district, serving since 1993, and Chair of the House Rules Committee from 2007 until 2011. She is a member of the Democratic Party. The district is based in Rochester and Buffalo and includes parts of Erie, Monroe, Niagara and Orleans Counties. She previously represented the 30th district from 1987 to 1993. Slaughter is the oldest female member of Congress, followed by U.S. Senator from California Dianne Feinstein. Early life, education, and early political career Slaughter was born Dorothy Louise McIntosh to Oscar Lewis (Mack), a blacksmith for a coal mine, and Daisy Grace McIntosh on August 14, 1929, in Lynch, Kentucky, a coal-mining town built by a subsidiary of U.S. ...
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Slaughter calls for ‘retroactive recusal’


Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-NY) told Current TV’s Keith Olbermann Tuesday that a “retroactive recusal” of Justice Clarence Thomas could result in overturning the Citizens United case. Earlier this year, the liberal group Common Cause argued that both Justices Thomas and Antonin Scalia should have recused themselves from the Citizens United case because they attended events organized billionaire Charles Koch. In addition, Thomas’ wife, Virginia Thomas, may have received financial benefit from the Citizens United ruling, something that was never disclosed by the ...


Slaughter Helps Harris Compete for Army Radio Contract


Congresswoman Louise Slaughter (NY-28), Ranking Member of the House Rules Committee, today applauded a provision of the National Defense Authorization Act that could greatly benefit local manufacturer of radios and defense communications, Harris RF Communications. "It gives me great comfort whenever I know that our soldiers are equipped with Harris' radios because I know that Rochester's top-notch workforce makes products renowned for quality. It is my hope that more of the radios needed by the Army can be provided by the men and women of Harris." ... Source: louise.house.gov


Slaughter Says FDA Rule Addresses the Tip of the Iceberg


Congresswoman Louise Slaughter (NY-28), Ranking Member of the House Rules Committee and the only microbiologist in Congress, today offered tepid support to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) after it belatedly announced a rule to prohibit the extra-label use of an important class of antibiotics critical for the treatment of humans in food-animal production. The decision, which Slaughter has continuously pushed for, most recently in July 2011, would prohibit the use of cephalosporin antibiotics for purposes other than those specified on the label, known as extra-label, uses. However, ...


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Ending the Era of Giveaway Trade
Two years ago today, a little-noticed, but profoundly important, trade agreement between the United States and South Korea took effect.
The House GOP's Holiday Gift to the Unemployed
Right before they left for the holidays, Republicans in the House of Representatives left a lump of coal in the stockings of 1.3 million Americans. On Saturday, long-term unemployment benefits for those struggling Americans expired.
Hobby Lobby Case: A Constitutional Pandora's Box
The combination of extending a business owner's religious beliefs to a for-profit company and then using those corporate rights to discriminate against employees and customers who do not adhere to that religion could have implications far beyond the Affordable Care Act.
Putting Problem Solving Before Politics: A Lesson for the GOP
Even when it comes to non-partisan issues such as preventing domestic violence and helping Americans whose lives have been devastated by a natural disaster, House Republicans have repeatedly voted 'NO.'



 
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