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The Cost of Republican Corruption
A Congressional Report on How America Is Being Sold to the Highest Bidder

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Important Issues

Democrats want to address the real challenges Americans face every day by protecting the American people, making health care more affordable; lowering gas prices and achieving energy independence; helping working families; cutting college costs; ensuring a dignified retirement, making our government fiscally responsible again, and restoring honest leadership and open government back the US Congress.

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Fighting for Universal Health Coverage

There is a very serious health care crisis in America that must be addressed now by the Congress and the President. I have introduced HR 676, The United States National Health Insurance Act, to ensure that every American, regardless of income, employment status, or race, has access to quality, affordable health care services.

To learn more about H.R. 676, please click here.

Latest on Election Reform

Our country has just experienced the second consecutive presidential election where issues were raised concerning irregularities and improprieties. These irregularities have prompted Members on both sides of the aisle acknowledge that further reforms are needed to ensure that all of our citizens' rights to vote are protected.

Protecting Social Security

At a time of economic hopelessness, Americans rallied around the principle that one generation of Americans could and should take care of another. Today, Social Security has become the success story of federal programs – a stable, efficient and successful program on which 46 million Americans rely each year

To find out where I stand on protecting Social Security click here.

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The Honorable John Conyers, Jr
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