‘Victims Protection Act’ Passes Senate

Senate approves McCaskill sexual assault bill in 97-0 vote

March 10, 2014, 06:25 pm By Ramsey Cox and Jeremy Herb

The Senate on Monday unanimously approved legislation that boosts protections for victims of military sexual assault.

In a 97-0 vote, the Senate approved S. 1917, the Victims Protection Act. The new bill eliminates the ability to cite a soldier’s good record when defending that soldier against assault charges.

It also allows the victims of sexual assault to say whether they’d prefer their cases handled in a military or civilian jurisdiction, and includes sexual assault as part of commanders’ performance assessments.

The legislation from Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) is a less controversial bill than Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s bill, which the Senate rejected last week, although 55 senators voted in support of it.

Gillibrand’s bill would have taken the decision to prosecute sexual assault cases outside the military’s chain of command. The Pentagon and Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D-Mich.) opposed that change.

Gillibrand and her supporters argued that the proposal is necessary because victims aren’t reporting sexual assault crimes for fear of reprisal, while opponents and Pentagon brass said that commanders needed to maintain accountability to curb the problem of sexual assault within the military’s ranks.

McCaskill’s bill keeps the current military justice system intact.

Ahead of Monday’s vote, Levin spoke in support of McCaskill’s bill, saying it adds “important new protections” in addition to what was accomplished in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) last year.

“We can approve legislation that adds important new protections for victims of sexual assault,” Levin said. “They will surely make a major contribution in protecting the troops who protect us.”

McCaskill has said the changes in the NDAA are “historic” and will help the military curb the number of sexual assaults within its ranks. The law stripped commanders’ ability to overturn guilty verdicts, required the discharge of those convicted of sexual assault and expanded a special counsel program giving victims legal representation.

It’s unclear if Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) will bring up McCaskill’s bill for a vote on the House floor. The legislation may instead be incorporated into this year’s Defense authorization bill, which the House Armed Services Committee expects to take up around May.

For more: http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/senate/200393-senate-votes-97-0-for-military-sexual-assault-bill 

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  1. CR says:

    WH

    Tuesday, March 11, 2014

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

    President Obama attends meetings at the White House

    7:00 AM
    7:30 AM
    Vice President Biden meets with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos
    Hyatt Regency Santiago – Santiago, Chile

    Vice President Biden meets with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto
    Hyatt Regency Santiago – Santiago, Chile

    8:00 AM
    9:00 AM
    10:00 AM
    11:00 AM
    Vice President Biden and Dr Jill Biden attend the inauguration of Chilean President Michelle Bachelet
    Presidential Palace – Santiago, Chile

    11:30 AM
    President Obama designates the Point Arena-Stornetta Public Lands as a National Monument
    Oval Office

    12:00 PM
    1:00 PM
    White House Press Secretary Jay Carney briefs the press

    2:00 PM
    2:15 PM
    President Obama departs White House

    2:30 PM
    President Obama arrives Joint Base Andrews

    3:00 PM
    3:25 PM
    President Obama arrives New York City, NY

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    President Obama attends a DNC event
    Private Residence, New York City, NY

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    President Obama attends a DSCC event
    New York City, NY

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    President Obama departs New York

    10:00 PM
    President Obama arrives Joint Base Andrews

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    President Obama arrives White House

  2. CR says:

    Victims Protection Act’ Passes Senate

    Senate approves McCaskill sexual assault bill in 97-0 vote

    March 10, 2014, 06:25 pm By Ramsey Cox and Jeremy Herb

    The Senate on Monday unanimously approved legislation that boosts protections for victims of military sexual assault.

    In a 97-0 vote, the Senate approved S. 1917, the Victims Protection Act. The new bill eliminates the ability to cite a soldier’s good record when defending that soldier against assault charges.

    It also allows the victims of sexual assault to say whether they’d prefer their cases handled in a military or civilian jurisdiction, and includes sexual assault as part of commanders’ performance assessments.

    The legislation from Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) is a less controversial bill than Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s bill, which the Senate rejected last week, although 55 senators voted in support of it.

    Gillibrand’s bill would have taken the decision to prosecute sexual assault cases outside the military’s chain of command. The Pentagon and Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D-Mich.) opposed that change.

    Gillibrand and her supporters argued that the proposal is necessary because victims aren’t reporting sexual assault crimes for fear of reprisal, while opponents and Pentagon brass said that commanders needed to maintain accountability to curb the problem of sexual assault within the military’s ranks.

    McCaskill’s bill keeps the current military justice system intact.

    Ahead of Monday’s vote, Levin spoke in support of McCaskill’s bill, saying it adds “important new protections” in addition to what was accomplished in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) last year.

    “We can approve legislation that adds important new protections for victims of sexual assault,” Levin said. “They will surely make a major contribution in protecting the troops who protect us.”

    McCaskill has said the changes in the NDAA are “historic” and will help the military curb the number of sexual assaults within its ranks. The law stripped commanders’ ability to overturn guilty verdicts, required the discharge of those convicted of sexual assault and expanded a special counsel program giving victims legal representation.

    It’s unclear if Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) will bring up McCaskill’s bill for a vote on the House floor. The legislation may instead be incorporated into this year’s Defense authorization bill, which the House Armed Services Committee expects to take up around May.

    For more: http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/senate/200393-senate-votes-97-0-for-military-sexual-assault-bill 

    • CR says:

      May 16, 2013

      Remarks by the President After Meeting on Sexual Assault in the Military

      Cabinet Room

      4:53 P.M. EDT

      THE PRESIDENT: I appreciate all of you coming in just for a second. We have gathered here all the top people in not just our military but our entire national security operation. And I want to start off by thanking all the people sitting around this table and in this room for the extraordinary service that they’ve rendered this country.

      And I want to also remind everybody that we have folks active in theater right now — men and women in uniform — who are making heroic sacrifices on behalf of our security. And our thoughts and prayers are with them and their families because they are dealing with a whole lot to make sure that we are safe.

      We have focused this conversation, though, on something that is at the core of our effectiveness as a military. I told all these people that one of the great honors of my life is serving as Commander-in-Chief to what I consider to be the best military in the history of the world. And I am in awe of the work that the vast majority of our men and women in uniform do.

      But the reason we are so good is not because of the fancy equipment. It’s not because of our incredible weapon systems and technology. It’s because of our people. And the capacity for our men and women in uniform to work as a team, a disciplined unit looking out for each other in the most severe of circumstances, is premised, as Ray Odierno said, on trust. It comes down to do people trust each other and do they understand that they’re all part of a single system that has to operate under whatever circumstances effectively.

      The issue of sexual assault in our armed forces undermines that trust. So not only is it a crime, not only is it shameful and disgraceful, but it also is going to make and has made the military less effective than it can be. And as such, it is dangerous to our national security. So this is not a sideshow. This is not sort of a second-order problem that we’re experiencing. This goes to the heart and the core of who we are and how effective we’re going to be.

      For more: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/05/16/remarks-president-after-meeting-sexual-assault-military

    • CR says:

      December 20, 2013

      Statement by the President on Eliminating Sexual Assault in the Armed Forces

      Earlier this year I directed Secretary Hagel, Chairman Dempsey and our entire defense leadership team to step up their game exponentially in preventing and responding to the serious crime of sexual assault in our military. As Commander in Chief, I’ve made it clear that these crimes have no place in the greatest military on earth. Since then, our armed forces have moved ahead with a broad range of initiatives, including reforms to the military justice system, improving and expanding prevention programs, and enhancing support for victims. I commend the Pentagon leadership for their hard work on this critical issue of vital importance to our nation.

      Yet, so long as our women and men in uniform face the insider threat of sexual assault, we have an urgent obligation to do more to support victims and hold perpetrators accountable for their crimes, as appropriate under the military justice system. Members of Congress, especially Senators Gillibrand and McCaskill, have rightly called attention to the urgency of eradicating this scourge from our armed forces. As a result, there were a broad range of reforms proposed in this year’s National Defense Authorization Act. The White House and the Department of Defense and other relevant agencies in my Administration will continue to work with Congress to address this corrosive problem, which is a violation of the values our armed forces stand for, destroys trust among our troops, and undermines our readiness.

      Today, I instructed Secretary Hagel and Chairman Dempsey to continue their efforts to make substantial improvements with respect to sexual assault prevention and response, including to the military justice system. I have also directed that they report back to me, with a full-scale review of their progress, by December 1, 2014. If I do not see the kind of progress I expect, then we will consider additional reforms that may be required to eliminate this crime from our military ranks and protect our brave service members who stand guard for us every day at home and around the world.

  3. Kat 4 Obama says:

    Good and HOPEful Monday, CR and all friends!

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    Important topic, CR.

  4. CR says:

    11:30 AM ET
    President Obama designates the Point Arena-Stornetta Public Lands as a National Monument
    Oval Office

    • CR says:

      March 11, 2014

      Remarks by the President Designating the Point Arena-Stornetta Public Lands as a National Monument

      Oval Office

      10:46 A.M. EDT

      THE PRESIDENT: As some of you know, in my State of the Union address I talked about taking any actions that I could to ensure that this incredible gift of American lands, the natural bounty that has been passed on to us from previous generations, is preserved for future generations. And I pledged to act wherever I could to make sure that our children, our grandchildren are going to be able to look upon this land of ours with the same wonder as we have.

      Today, I’m taking the important step by designating the Point Arena-Stornetta Public Lands as a national monument. I want to thank the lawmakers who supported this proclamation, including Representatives Jared Huffman and Mike Thompson, as well as Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer.

      And I also want to recognize Larry Stornetta, who is here — there is Larry right here — whose family helped care for this land and sold part of the ranch so the public could access it.

      We are talking about over 1,600 acres of incredible coastline in California that reflects the incredible diversity of flora and fauna. It is a place where scientists do research; where people who just want to experience the great outdoors can take advantage of it. It is a huge economic boost for the region. California tourism obviously is important, and the California coastline I think is as big of an attraction as there is.

      And so for us to make sure that this is going to be properly preserved, that it is going to be cherished, that the federal protections will be available I think is going to make all the difference.

      And one of the great things about the way we’ve done our national monument designations is that we’ve made sure that all the stakeholders are involved throughout this process. We’ve talked to local communities. We’ve talked to local business interests. We’ve talked to Native American tribes. We make sure that anybody who may have some impact, their voice is heard. And, unanimously, in this part of the country people believe that this is the right thing to do, and I certainly do.

      For more: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/03/11/remarks-president-designating-point-arena-stornetta-public-lands-nationa

  5. CR says:

    5:15 PM ET
    President Obama attends a DNC event
    Private Residence, New York City, NY

  6. CR says:

    7:15 PM ET
    President Obama attends a DSCC event
    New York City, NY

    • CR says:

      March 11, 2014

      Remarks by the President at DSCC Dinner — NY, NY

      Private Residence
      New York, New York

      7:20 P.M. EDT

      THE PRESIDENT: Thank you, everybody. (Applause.) Well, let me start by just thanking Tony and Amie and the James family for hosting this wonderful dinner. And they have been great friends. I will say that the last time I saw them they were dancing well past their curfew. (Laughter.) But I probably shouldn’t say anything about that in front of the press. (Laughter.)

      I also want to acknowledge the new mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio, and his wonderful partner and powerhouse, Chirlane, who are here today. And we are so looking forward to the great work that they’re going to do here in New York, and obviously we want to be a partner with this city. As many of you know, I’ve got a deep, abiding love for New York, having gone to school here and spent a bunch of time here, and seeing all the energy and possibilities, I’m very, very excited and very invested in your success.

      I also want to acknowledge one of the finest public servants in the country, who has a very thankless job, and that is to try to make sure that we have a Democratic Senate, which means he has to travel constantly away from his gorgeous daughters and his wonderful wife — Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado. (Applause.) So I just wanted to acknowledge him as well.

      Tony pretty much summed it up so I don’t have to really say much. (Laughter.) I’ll just put a little flesh on the bones. Over the last five years, our economy has recovered faster and stronger from the worst financial crisis and economic crisis since the Great Depression, better than any other developed country on Earth. And you can take a look at the charts and see that because of the actions we took — because of the Recovery Act, because of the Fed — because of swift, coordinated action, we have bounced back.

      We’ve created 8.5 million new jobs over the last five years. We’ve had four years of consecutive job growth as well as economic growth. We have seen an auto industry that was basically flat-lining rebound in ways that very few people would have anticipated. The stock market is close to the highest that it’s ever been; close to $10 trillion of wealth has been recovered that was lost.

      For more: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/03/11/remarks-president-dscc-dinner-ny-ny

  7. CR says:

    WH

    Wednesday, March 12, 2014

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

    President Obama welcomes Prime Minister Yatsenyuk of Ukraine to the White House

    7:00 AM
    8:00 AM
    9:00 AM
    10:00 AM
    11:00 AM
    12:00 PM
    1:00 PM
    White House Press Secretary Jay Carney briefs the press

    2:00 PM
    2:45 PM
    President Obama and Ukraian Prime Minister Yatsenyuk hold a bilateral meeting
    Oval Office

    3:00 PM
    4:00 PM
    First Lady Michelle Obama Speaks at a Special Screening of Disney’s Muppets Most Wanted
    The White House

    4:15 PM
    President Obama meets with female members of Congress to discuss the administration’s economic agenda
    The Roosevelt Room

    5:00 PM
    6:00 PM
    7:00 PM
    8:00 PM
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    10:00 PM

  8. CR says:

    March 09, 2014

    Statement by the Press Secretary on the Visit of Prime Minister Yatsenyuk of Ukraine

    President Obama will welcome Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk of Ukraine to the White House on March 12. The visit will highlight the strong support of the United States for the people of Ukraine, who have demonstrated inspiring courage and resilience through recent times of crisis. The President and Prime Minister Yatsenyuk will discuss how to find a peaceful resolution to Russia’s ongoing military intervention in Crimea that would respect Ukrainian sovereignty and territorial integrity. They will also discuss support the international community can provide to help Ukraine confront its economic challenges, and the importance of uniting Ukraine and working to fulfill the aspirations of the Ukrainian people as they prepare for May presidential elections.

  9. CR says:

    March 12, 2014

    Statement of G-7 Leaders on Ukraine

    We, the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, the President of the European Council and the President of the European Commission, call on the Russian Federation to cease all efforts to change the status of Crimea contrary to Ukrainian law and in violation of international law.  We call on the Russian Federation to immediately halt actions supporting a referendum on the territory of Crimea regarding its status, in direct violation of the Constitution of Ukraine.

    Any such referendum would have no legal effect.  Given the lack of adequate preparation and the intimidating presence of Russian troops, it would also be a deeply flawed process which would have no moral force.  For all these reasons, we would not recognize the outcome.

    Russian annexation of Crimea would be a clear violation of the United Nations Charter; Russia’s commitments under the Helsinki Final Act; its obligations to Ukraine under its 1997 Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership; the Russia-Ukraine 1997 basing agreement; and its commitments in the Budapest Memorandum of 1994.  In addition to its impact on the unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine, the annexation of Crimea could have grave implications for the legal order that protects the unity and sovereignty of all states.  Should the Russian Federation take such a step, we will take further action, individually and collectively.

    We call on the Russian Federation to de-escalate the conflict in Crimea and other parts of Ukraine immediately, withdraw its forces back to their pre-crisis numbers and garrisons, begin direct discussions with the Government of Ukraine, and avail itself of international mediation and observation offers to address any legitimate concerns it may have.  We, the leaders of the G-7, urge Russia to join us in working together through diplomatic processes to resolve the current crisis and support progress for a sovereign independent, inclusive and united Ukraine.  We also remind the Russian Federation of our decision to suspend participation in any activities related to preparation of a G-8 Sochi meeting  until it changes course and the environment comes back to where the G-8 is able to have a meaningful discussion.

  10. CR says:

    2:45 PM ET
    President Obama and Ukraian Prime Minister Yatsenyuk hold a bilateral meeting
    Oval Office

    • CR says:

      March 12, 2014

      Remarks by President Obama and Ukraine Prime Minister Yatsenyuk after Bilateral Meeting

      Oval Office

      3:30 P.M. EDT

      PRESIDENT OBAMA: It is a pleasure to welcome Prime Minister Yatsenyuk to the Oval Office, to the White House.

      I think all of us have seen the courage of the Ukrainian people in standing up on behalf of democracy and on the desire that I believe is universal for people to be able to determine their own destiny. And we saw in the Maidan how ordinary people from all parts of the country had said that we want a change. And the Prime Minister was part of that process, showed tremendous courage, and upheld the principles of nonviolence throughout the course of events over the last several months.

      Obviously, the Prime Minister comes here during a very difficult time for his country. In the aftermath of President Yanukovych leaving the country, the parliament, the Rada, acted in a responsible fashion to fill the void, created a inclusive process in which all parties had input, including the party of former President Yanukovych. They have set forward a process to stabilize the country, take a very deliberate step to assure economic stability and negotiate with the International Monetary Fund, and to schedule early elections so that the Ukrainian people, in fact, can choose their direction for the future. And the Prime Minister has managed that process with great skill and great restraint, and we’re very much appreciative of the work that he has done.

      The most pressing challenge that Ukraine faces at the moment, however, is the threat to its territorial integrity and its sovereignty. We have been very clear that we consider the Russian incursion into Crimea outside of its bases to be a violation of international law, of international agreements of which Russia is a signatory, and a violation of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine. And we have been very firm in saying that we will stand with Ukraine and the Ukrainian people in ensuring that that territorial integrity and sovereignty is maintained.

      For more: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/03/12/remarks-president-obama-and-ukraine-prime-minister-yatsenyuk-after-bilat

  11. CR says:

    4:00 PM ET
    First Lady Michelle Obama Speaks at a Special Screening of Disney’s Muppets Most Wanted
    The White House

    WhiteHouse.gov http://www.whitehouse.gov/live

    • CR says:

      March 12, 2014

      Remarks by the First Lady at Joining Forces Muppet Movie Screening

      South Court Auditorium

      4:03 P.M. EDT

      GENERAL DEMPSEY: Okay, ladies and gentlemen, how are you this afternoon? (Applause.) Please hold your applause for the Muppets. No, not really. Hold your applause for the First Lady, who I will introduce here in a moment.

      I’m really excited to be here with my wife, Deanie, who is sitting over here. And we want you to know how much we love the children of our men and women who serve in uniform. You guys are terrific. And really, we couldn’t do what we do without you. So it’s really a great honor for me to be here today.

      And I know what you really want to do is see this movie, but I do want to see if you’re awake and ready and alert to watch the movie. So I have three questions I want to ask you, and I — if you know the answer, just yell it out. So the first one is: Why are teddy bears never hungry?

      PARTICIPANT: Because they’re always stuffed.

      GENERAL DEMPSEY: Because they’re always stuffed. You’re right. (Laughter.)

      What do you call a pig that knows karate?

      AUDIENCE: Pork chop. (Laughter.)

      GENERAL DEMPSEY: Pork chop. You guys are all over it. You’re ready for the movie.

      And, finally, what is a frog’s favorite kind of music?

      PARTICIPANT: Hip hop. (Laughter.)

      GENERAL DEMPSEY: Hip hop, you got it. (Laughter.) Give yourselves a round of applause. (Applause.)

      Well, I know this movie is going to be funnier than the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. And so what I want to do now is introduce someone very special to us as a military family, someone who has spent her time in office with her husband making sure that we can take care of you. And with that — hi, Bonnie — with that as all the introduction she really needs, it’s my great honor to introduce the First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama. (Applause.)

      MRS. OBAMA: Well, hello, everyone. How are you guys doing?
      AUDIENCE: Good!

      MRS. OBAMA: Welcome to the White House. Isn’t this cool? General Dempsey, those were some pretty good jokes.

      GENERAL DEMPSEY: Not bad.

      MRS. OBAMA: Not bad. What did you guys think of the jokes — pretty funny? (Applause.) Yes.

      Well, we’re not going to talk long because we know why we’re really here, but I just wanted to take a moment to make sure you understand why we’re doing this, why it was so important for us to make it possible for you guys to see this movie here. Do you know why? Because we are incredibly proud of you, first of all. I know we have military moms and dads. We have some Gold Star families. But most importantly, we have our military kids.

      And I get to travel all around the country and I meet a lot of kids. And let me tell you, I am most impressed by our military kids, because I know you guys have a lot on your plates. When your parents are deployed, you have to be big boys and girls. You have to get your homework done. You have to stay out of trouble. You have to help out with your brothers and sisters, right? You have to behave. You have to be strong and brave.

      For more: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/03/12/remarks-first-lady-joining-forces-muppet-movie-screening

  12. CR says:

    4:15 PM ET
    President Obama meets with female members of Congress to discuss the administration’s economic agenda
    The Roosevelt Room

    • CR says:

      March 12, 2014

      Remarks by the President to Women Members of Congress

      Roosevelt Room

      4:17 P.M. EDT

      THE PRESIDENT: Well, it’s an honor for me to welcome these outstanding women members of Congress.

      And I think that over the last several weeks and months, what the American people have seen is my single-most important priority domestically is to make sure that everybody in this country has opportunity; that if you’re willing to work hard and take responsibility, you can make it. At a time when the economy is growing, at a time when corporate profits are high and the stock market is doing well, we want to make sure that everybody is benefitting from that growth, because what we know is when everybody has opportunity, when everybody is on the field, America’s economy grows faster, the middle class expands, and that, in turn, fosters more growth.

      Now, recently, my economic team did a report that delivered some good news. It turns out that women are succeeding in colleges and graduate education like never before. They are more represented in professions and occupations that previously they were restricted from participating in. And what we’ve seen in our own families and our own lives is that there are doors that have been opened to women that previously were closed.

      And yet, despite that progress, despite that good news, what we also know is women are still making 77 cents on the dollar, including when they enter into these high-paying professions, they’re making less money. We know that women continue to be disproportionately represented in low-wage professions, which means that something like an increase in the federal minimum wage is going to have a disproportionate impact on them. And women are still the ones that are carrying the greatest burden when it comes to trying to balance family and work. Because of inadequate childcare, or the inability to get paid leave for a sick child or an ailing parent, they end up suffering the burdens — and, by the way, that means families are suffering the burden, because, increasingly, women are a critical breadwinner for families all across the country.

      So it is with that in mind that we’ve been working on, many of the women who are here today and other members of Congress, on organizing a White House Summit on Working Families that is going to take place this summer on June 23rd. And this will give us an opportunity to build on the work that we’re doing here in the White House around issues like minimum wage, around issues like family leave, around issues like equal pay. But we’re also going to be able to invite other stakeholders, folks outside of Washington, people who are able to tell their story, talk about their experiences — governors and mayors, business leaders — all of whom can work together with us to make sure that we’re advancing not just the interests of women but the interests of families and the interests of the middle class and people who are trying to get into the middle class.

      So I’m tremendously grateful for the leadership that the members of Congress have already shown on this issue. I am proud that we have taken some initiatives on our own, because sometimes Congress is a little stubborn about these issues — at least some of our good friends on the other side of the aisle. But we’re going to keep on pressing. Because if we work together, this is a great opportunity for the United States to take some leaps forward.

      For more: http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/03/12/remarks-president-women-members-congress

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