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CBC Chair Issues 116th Congress Report
December 28, 2020
Dear Colleague: It has been an honor to serve as Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) for the 116th Congress. We began this Congress as the largest and most powerful Caucus in history, with 55 Members, five full Committee Chairs, and three Members of House Democratic Leadership. I am proud of all that we collectively accomplished with the power we held, from the passage of voting rights legislation and permanent funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, to a national tou... More
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CBC APPLAUDS THE HISTORIC NOMINATION OF REP. DEB HAALAND AS INTERIOR DEPARTMENT SECRETARY
December 18, 2020
Washington, DC – Rep. Karen Bass, Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, released the following statement upon reports of the nomination of Rep. Deb... More
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CBC CELEBRATES THE NOMINATION OF BRENDA MALLORY AND MICHAEL REGAN TO KEY ENVIRONMENTAL POSITIONS
December 17, 2020
Washington, DC – Rep. Karen Bass, Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, released the following statement upon reports of the nomination of Brenda M... More
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CBC Praises Nomination of Susan Rice to Lead the White House Domestic Policy Council
December 10, 2020
WASHINGTON – Today, the Congressional Black Caucus issued the following statement after reports announced that Ambassador Susan Rice would be nominated to direct the White House Domestic Policy Council. “The Congressional Black Caucus applauds President-elect Joe Biden’s nomination of Ambassador Susan Rice to run the White House Domestic Policy Council to develop, coordinate and oversee implementation of his commitment to build this country back better. “A tenacious leader and a careful diplomat... More
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CBC URGES WAIVER FOR AUSTIN NOMINATION
December 10, 2020
“President-elect Joe Biden and Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris have nominated an accomplished, respected trailblazer as the next Secretary of the Department of Defense. Lloyd Austin is a trusted and crisis-tested leader who has broken barriers in his historic ascent to the highest ranks of the military,” said Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Chair Karen Bass. “Lloyd Austin has had a decorated military career, serving more than 40 years in the Army, in which he served as Chief of the Joint Ope... More
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