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10:21am December 3, 2012

Led by Rep. Gwen Moore, Black Caucus Pushes Fiscal Cliff Goals

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In a discussion that focused primarily on protecting Medicare, head start and programs such as Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Rep. Gwen Moore (D-WI) a member of the Budget Committee, along with Reps. Bobby Scott (D-VA) and Sheila Jackson Lee presented the Congressional Black Caucus’ policy objectives towards the fiscal cliff last week.
CBC members met in Moore’s office last week to figure out the specifics of what they will push for.

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