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Rangel: I Will Put The Pain Behind Me

 WASHINGTON - Congressman Charles B. Rangel has released the following statement:

Now that the Ethics proceedings have passed, I will put the pain behind me as well. I will focus on lessening the pain of the American people during these challenging times in our country.

There is so much to be done to help those who are struggling to put food on their tables, and to restore their self-esteem and dignity. I will continue to work even harder to create new jobs, improve our children’s education, and provide better healthcare for all.

We must bring back our troops from currently being in harm’s way, and make sure they and their families have the resources they need at home. It’s not just the right thing, but the best thing for America.

I am honored to represent my constituents in the Upper Manhattan district. I am honored to serve the American people. I look forward to moving our great nation forward and making America strong again.


STORY TAGS: BLACK, AFRICAN AMERICAN, MINORITY, CIVIL RIGHTS, DISCRIMINATION, RACISM, , RACIAL EQUALITY, BIAS, EQUALITY, culture



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