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US Senate Archive

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US Congress Archive
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C-SPAN looks back at the opening statements of all eight current Supreme Court Justices at their confirmation hearings. The program also includes remarks by Senators who introduced the nominees. People: Chuck Schumer; Christine Todd Whitman Sponsor: C-SPAN
Topics: Charles Schumer, US Senate, US Congress
Source: tracey pooh
Mitch McConnell Archive
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Fordham Law School's Center on National Security in New York city hosts a discussion on the policy challenges, legal concerns, and security considerations relating to the future of Guantanamo Bay
Topics: Mitch McConnell, US Senate, US Congress
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[LIVE] Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) as well as Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Representative John Yarmuth (D-KY) , the ranking members of the Senate and House Budget Committees, spoke to reporters about President Trump's fiscal year 2018 budget, calling it "a line-by-line tally of broken promises." Sponsor: U.S. Capitol | Senate Radio and Television Gallery
Topics: Charles Schumer, US Senate, US Congress
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Topic: mr. schumer
Source: Comcast Cable