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  1. Name: Robert Mattew Anderson Avatar: Darrell Issa Date of Birth: August 2, 1933 Plate of Birth: San Diego, CA Residence: San Diego, CA Party: Republican Faction: Establishment Religion: Roman Catholic Family Info Sarah Elizabeth Anderson (wife, b. 1934) Thomas Lucas Anderson (son, b. 1957) Marcus Jonathan Anderson (son, b. 1959) Educational Info Harvard Medical School – M.D. (1961) University of California, Berkeley – B.S. (1954) Occupational History U.S. Representative for California's 41st Congressional District (1981 - Present) Chair of the California Republican Party (1975 - 1981) Chair of San Diego County Republican Party (1971 - 1975) Chief of Trauma Division at UC San Diego Health (1972 - 1975) Attending Physician at UC San Diego Health (1969 - 1972) Physician at Massachusetts General Hospital (1961 - 1969) [To be fleshed out later ...]
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    Reset 2 Character Planning Thread

    Name: Robert Mattew Anderson Avatar: Darrell Issa Date of Birth: August 2, 1933 Plate of Birth: San Diego, CA Residence: San Diego, CA Party: Republican Faction: Establishment Religion: Roman Catholic Family Info Sarah Elizabeth Anderson (wife, b. 1934) Thomas Lucas Anderson (son, b. 1957) Marcus Jonathan Anderson (son, b. 1959) Educational Info Harvard Medical School – M.D. (1961) University of California, Berkeley – B.S. (1954) Occupational History U.S. Representative for California's 41st Congressional District (1981 - Present) Chair of the California Republican Party (1975 - 1971) Chair of San Diego County Republican Party (1971 - 1975) Chief of Trauma Division at UC San Diego Health (1972 - 1975) Attending Physician at UC San Diego Health (1969 - 1972) Physician at Massachusetts General Hospital (1961 - 1969) [To be fleshed out later ...]
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    Caroline L. Jefferson (R-Texas)

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  4. RESS RELEASE | Senator Caroline L. Jefferson Q1 2017 SENATOR JEFFERSON INTRODUCES FLURRY OF LEGISLATION & NAMED RANKING MEMBER OF ASFAJ COMMITTEE - A Constitutional Awakening for our country - WASHINGTON D.C. -- Senator Caroline L. Jefferson (R-Texas) introduced five pieces of legislation after the opening of the new session of Congress, three of which she had introduced last session and two additional ones. The Senator had this to say about it: "One thing has become abundantly clear during the last election cycle. I had the privilege of touring Texas and many other states as a surrogate for candidates and everywhere I went, I felt the desire of the American people for a Constitutional Awakening. The American people want their elected representatives to work for them and fight for what they believe in. These five bills I have filed with the Senate Clerk today are all part of an effort to make our country more secure, ensure economic prosperity and protect human life. I urge Senators from both sides of the aisle to join me in working towards passage of these bills." The Senator was also named Ranking Member of the Senate Armed Services, Foreign Affairs and Judiciary Committee. This committee will also be responsible for handling the confirmation hearings of the Supreme Court nominees. Senator Jefferson said this: "The President's nominees will be met with an open mind. I am looking forward to hear directly from them. The Constitution of the United States is very clear with regards to our job as United States Senator and as such, I will make it a top priority of mine to advice the President and if convinced consent to his nominees. That is our job, to let these nominees undergo a vigorous and thorough confirmation hearing and listening to what they have to say and to look at their record. Only then I can decide whether I will vote for or against said nominee. " For further comments or inquiries, please contact the Senator's Press Secretary, Mrs Alexandra Cortez.
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    Dodd-Frank Repeal Act

    115th Congress General Session S. XX IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES Mrs. Jefferson of Texas, (for herself, Mr. Coburn), introduced, A BILL, To repeal provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SEC. 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the "Dodd-Frank Repeal Act". SEC. 2. REPEAL. Effective on the date of enactment of this Act, titles I through XV of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Public Law 111-203) are repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such titles are restored or revived as if such Act had not been enacted. SEC. 3. ENACTMENT. The provisions of this bill shall become law upon their constitutional passage.
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    Davis-Bacon Repeal Act

    115th Congress General Session S. XX IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES Mrs. Jefferson of Texas, (for herself, Mr. Saunders), introduced, A BILL, To repeal the wage rate requirements commonly known as the Davis-Bacon Act. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SEC. 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the Davis-Bacon Repeal Act. SEC. 2. REPEAL OF DAVIS-BACON WAGE REQUIREMENTS. The PUBLIC LAW 107-217 and any other subsequent amendments to chapter 31 of title 40, United States Code, shall be null and void after enactment of this Act. SEC. 3. ENACTMENT AND LIMITATIONS. The amendments made by section 2 shall take effect 30 days after the date of the enactment of this Act but shall not affect any contract in existence on such date of enactment or made pursuant to invitation for bids outstanding on such date of enactment.
  7. 115th Congress General Session S. XX IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES Mrs. Jefferson of Texas, for herself, introduced, A BILL, To prohibit American taxpayer dollars from threatening human life abroad, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SEC. 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the "Mexico City Act". SEC. 2. MEXICO CITY POLICY. (a) IN GENERAL- United States federal funds shall not be distributed to any non-governmental organizations that engage in activities, such as providing advice, counseling, or information regarding abortion, or lobby a foreign government to legalize or make abortion available in other nations. (b) REQUIREMENT- Non-governmental organizations shall, as a condition of their receipt of United States federal funds, agree, that they will neither perform, nor actively promote abortion as a method of family planning in other nations, except in case of life-threatening conditions. (c) PENALTY- Any non-governmental organization, that knowingly, after an investigation by the United States Agency for International Development, violated the restrictions outlined in Sec.2 of this act shall be barred from receiving any further federal funds, shall be required to pay back any federal funds they received over the course of the period in question and shall be fined with no less than $1,000,000. (d) APPEAL- Any non-governmental organization subject to Sec.2(c) of this act shall have the ability to appeal the United States Angency for International Development's findings and shall be, in case of an affirmative appeal, be compensated for their losses, up for the maximum amount of federal funds for the time in question. SEC. 3. ENACTMENT. The provisions of this bill shall become law upon their constitutional passage and this Act.
  8. 115th Congress General Session S. XX IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES Mrs. Jefferson of Texas (for herself, Mr. Coburn. Mr. Macmillan and Mr. Donnelly), for herself, introduced, A BILL, To allow citizens who have carry permits from the State in which they reside to carry firearms in another State that grants similiar carry permits, if the individual complies with the laws of the State. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SEC. 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the "National Carry Reciprocity Act". SEC. 2. RECIPROCITY OF CARRY PERMITS. Amendment Can Be Found here: Assault Weapons Ban SEC. 4. ENACTMENT. The provisions of this bill shall become law upon their constitutional passage.
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    Thin Blue Line Act

    115th Congress General Session S. XX IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES Mrs. JEFFERSON of Texas, for herself and with thanks to Mr. Toomey, introduced, A BILL, To amend title 18, United States Code, to provide additional aggravating factors for the imposition of the death penalty based on the status of the victim. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SEC. 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the "Thin Blue Line Act". SEC. 2. AGGRAVATING FACTORS FOR DEATH PENALTY. Section 3592(c) of title 18, United States Code, is amended by inserting after paragraph (16) the following: SEC. 3. ENACTMENT. The provisions of this bill shall come into effect upon constitutional enactment.
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    Caroline L. Jefferson @cjefferson Honored to have been appointed as RM of the Senate ASFAJ. #ASFAJ #Senate
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