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Right to Work Bill Protests center on Capitol Building as final bills are passed and signed into law.
A long history of civility and at least an attempt at bi-partisanship in Mighican government ended . Can it be brought back?
While standing in line, remember to keep it light - and what being able to vote really stands for.
The silence is deadening!
Republican candidate Cynthia Kallgren opens up campaign office in Trenton.
Republican challenger accepts offer from Wyandotte Rotary Club to debate Congressman John Dingell, yet he will not commit to the debate.
Karen Jacobsen thanks the people of Dearborn and the 12th District.
Cynthia Kallgren, Republican candidate for U. S. Congress in the 12th district of Michigan reprimands John Dingell for voting against the bill to audit the United States Federal Reserve.
My experience in the real world and Congressman Dingell's results in Washington D.C.
Candidate Cynthia Kallgren responds to statements created by her opponent in the 12th Congressional District of Michigan
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