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ENG:Sander Martin Levin, generally known as Sandy Levin, (born September 6, 1931) is an American politician who has served in the United States House of Representatives since 1983. Levin, a Democrat from Michigan, is the ranking Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee; he was Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee from 2010 to 2011. Levin's district includes many of Detroit's northern and northeastern suburbs, such as Mount Clemens, Southfield, Clinton Township, Warren, Fraser, Sterling Heights, Eastpointe and St. Clair Shores. Since 2013, he has represented Michigan's 9th congressional district; previously he represented Michigan's 12th congressional district. He is the older brother of U.S. Senator Carl Levin. Early life, education, and early political career Levin was born ...
for33against   In my opinion Sander Levin is quite good politician. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), positive
for33against   I do not agree. Sander Levin is bad choice. For instance, because ... (if I wanted to write why, I wrote it here), negative
for1against   He is splitting his time in three places now. His attention isn't on the District He is also too old., crbones
for1against   He used to be quite a good Congressman but since her remarried he is splitting his time between MI, PA and DC. I guesshis District gets the shaft., crbones
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Jobless share stories to urge benefits extension

Don Grenke needs a job before his last $500 in the bank runs out. He's worked since he was 16 — doing everything from pumping gas to manual labor. But now Grenke, 56, of Ferndale, is worried his unemployment insurance soon will run out and he and his wife, who does not work, will be left with nothing. "I feel dejected, like somebody is stepping on my back," Grenke said after a forum Tuesday at the Southfield Public Library. The event was sponsored by Rep. Sander Levin, D-Royal Oak, to highlight what supporters say is the need to extend federal unemployment benefits. "I worked for 16 ...

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In the 12 days since Ways and MeansDemocrats launched the eCall to Extend Unemployment Insurance -- a website devoted to gathering stories of the unemployed -- nearly 400 people have chronicled their experience looking for work. Their sobering stories offer a glimpse into the lives of the 14 million unemployed Americans and illustrate in no uncertain terms the urgent need for Congress to preserve federal unemployment insurance through 2012. Congress has never failed to renew thePrograms with the unemployment rate close to where it is today -- 9 percent. "I am by nomeans unintelligent. I am ...

Levin to Oppose Colombia Trade Deal

Representative Sander Levin, the top Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee, said he would oppose a trade agreement with Colombia because provisions on labor rights won’t be included in the legislation. Levin said that the administration of President Barack Obama acquiesced to demands from Republicans not to mention a negotiated action plan on workers’ rights in legislation that is required to adopt the Colombia agreement. “Republicans have rejected reference to the Action Plan in the implementing bill,” Levin, of Michigan, said today at a news conference in ...

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Levin Statement on President’s Lack of a Currency Policy
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Sander Levin (D-MI) today released the following statement in response to President Trump’s comments that his Administration would not name China a currency manipulator: “Trump’s brand of economic nationalism has led him to make wild promises that he can’t keep. Instead of excusing away China’s currency policies with declarations that he alone has strengthened the dollar, he should be using the April Treasury report to lay out a coherent policy on currency manipulation. The report should make it clear that China’s previous manipulation of its currency cost millions of U.S. jobs. At the same time, the Trump Administration should support legislation to change U.S. trade remedy laws, like some of us in Congress have pushed for many years, so U.S. jobs are protected, and make it clear that all future trade agreements must include enforceable provisions on currency manipulation. “Our nation lives in a globalized economy. The challenge is to shape
Ukraine Caucus Co-Chairs Statement on Secretary Tillerson’s Ukraine Comments
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressional Ukraine Caucus Co-Chairs, Reps. Andy Harris (R-MD), Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), and Sander Levin (D-MI), today issued the following statement in response to reported comments by Secretary of State Tillerson on Ukraine: “We are deeply concerned with the reported question asked by Secretary of State Tillerson ‘Why should U.S. taxpayers be interested in Ukraine?’ It is abundantly clear that the U.S. has a major security interest in a free and democratic Ukraine, one not subject to Russian aggression. The statement by a State Department spokesman that the Secretary’s statement was a ‘rhetorical device’ only adds to the uncertainties about what the basic policies are of the current administration. The Secretary’s statement also seems contradictory to his earlier statements in support of sanctions against Russia. It is imperative that the United States stands shoulder to shoulder with the people of Ukraine, who have demonstr
Levin Budget Tour Explores Local Effects of Proposed Cuts to Federal Programs
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Sander Levin (D-MI) yesterday visited several organizations throughout the 9th Congressional District to hear the potential effects of President Trump’s proposed budget. Rep. Levin spoke with key stakeholders and experts about the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI), funding for job training programs, and the need for continued federal support to help victims of domestic violence. “Hearing firsthand the negative effects that we would see in Macomb County and other communities from President Trump’s proposed budget has only strengthened my opposition,” said Rep. Levin. “We should be investing in our citizens, not cutting programs that help them better their lives and communities.” Budget Tour stops: Great Lakes Restoration Initiative: Rep. Levin met with officials from Sterling Heights and the Clinton River Watershed to discuss the importance of the GLRI in cleaning up and restoring the Great Lakes. GLRI has supported over 760 projects in
Levin Statement on U.S. Airstrikes in Syria
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Sander Levin (D-MI) today released the follow statement in response to the U.S. airstrikes in Syria: “This response, while appropriate given the horrendous use of chemical weapons by Assad, must be a part of a broader strategy that should be developed in consultation with Congress. A military solution alone cannot solve this problem in Syria, and the full strategy must include humanitarian relief for those suffering. “It must be recognized that this action represents a 180 degree pivot from President Trump’s earlier statements. Such a reversal demonstrates plainly why it is so critical to fully understand the President’s further plans for engagement in Syria.” ###

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