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New York Times: ‘Own the Center-Left,’ Pelosi Tells Democrats, Or Risk a Disputed Win

May 5, 2019

WASHINGTON — Speaker Nancy Pelosi does not believe President Trump can be removed through impeachment — the only way to do it, she said this week, is to defeat him in 2020 by a margin so “big” he cannot challenge the legitimacy of a Democratic victory. That is something she worries about. “We have to […]

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CNN.com Op-Ed: Speaker Pelosi and Leader Hoyer: It’s been a busy 100 days for House Democrats

April 12, 2019

In November, the American people elected Democrats to take back the reins of power in the House of Representatives and put it back to work on their behalf. In our first 100 days in the majority, we have begun to deliver on that promise. With a dynamic, diverse and energized freshman class of 63 new members, Democrats are moving ahead with our agenda for the people: Lower health care costs and the price of prescription drugs, increase paychecks by rebuilding the infrastructure of America in a green, modern and job-creating way, and clean up corruption in Washington so that the government works for the public interest, not the special interests.

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Washington Post: Trump’s White House doesn’t support the arts. Nancy Pelosi is rallying the cause instead.

April 4, 2019

Tears welled up in the eyes of the actress from “To Kill a Mockingbird” after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) glided into the party. “I very firmly believe that the arts are going to bind Americans together,” Pelosi declared to the actors, journalists and congressional staffers gathered Monday night at the Oval Room restaurant in […]

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The Advocate: The Equality Act Is Just the Beginning

March 13, 2019

Today, the House Democratic majority took a momentous step toward securing the full blessing of equality for the LGBTQ community and our country.

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POLITICO: Nancy Pelosi to Europe: Trump is not the boss

February 19, 2019

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants Europe to know who's really boss in Washington — and it isn't President Donald Trump.

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Washington Post: ‘The Making of a Matriarch: For Nancy Pelosi, being a mother of 5 prepared her well for her second turn as House speaker’

February 19, 2019

Last month, Nancy Corinne Prowda was watching television when her mother, Nancy Pelosi, came on the screen. Pelosi had disinvited President Trump from giving his State of the Union speech in the House while the government was shut down, and the president responded by effectively canceling her planned trip to a war zone. So, a reporter asked, was Trump trying to get revenge?

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New York Times: Nancy Pelosi, a Woman in Control, Is a Rival Who Flummoxes Trump

January 26, 2019

When President Trump is battling a man, he tends to belittle his foe with nicknames like “Cryin’ Chuck” and “Low-energy Jeb.” When he is in a fight with a woman, he is known to lob insults like “horseface” and “ugly” and “dog.”

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USA Today Op-Ed: Nancy Pelosi and Jim McGovern: House Democrats will restore transparency, ethics, unity

January 6, 2019

In November, the American people went to the polls and sent an unmistakable message to Washington. By a historic 10 million vote margin, they asked for a Congress that would be more transparent, ethical and focused on debating and advancing good ideas no matter where they come from. They asked for a Congress that would prioritize a positive, forward-looking agenda for the people.

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Pelosi Statement on Trump Administration’s Dirty Water Rule

December 11, 2018

Washington, D.C. – Speaker-designate Nancy Pelosi issued this statement on the President’s new proposal to slash clean water protections for waterways that provide drinking water for tens of millions of Americans:

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New York Times: First Up if Democrats Win: Campaign and Ethics Changes, Infrastructure and Drug Prices

November 3, 2018

WASHINGTON — Democrats would use their first month in the House majority to advance sweeping changes to future campaign and ethics laws, requiring the disclosure of shadowy political donors, outlawing the gerrymandering of congressional districts and restoring key enforcement provisions to the Voting Rights Act, top Democratic leaders said on Tuesday.

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