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U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk
  Rep. Loudermilk on Newsmax Discussing Biden's Refusal to Unleash America's Energy Production  

  In the News: US adds 678K Jobs in February as Businesses Recover from Omicron Surge
  New York Post:

US employers added 678,000 jobs in February, far more than economists expected – in a sign that businesses are returning to normal operations as COVID-19 case totals drop following the Omicron variant surge.

The US unemployment rate was 3.8%, down from 4.0% in January, according to the latest data from the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Economists had expected the latest jobs report to show the US economy added 440,000 jobs in February, according to Dow Jones estimates. The national unemployment rate was expected to fall slightly to 3.9%. 

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  In the News: GOP Presses Pelosi to Reopen House to the Public, End COVID-19 Rules That Keep Out Citizens
  Washington Times:

House Republicans have introduced a resolution to reopen the U.S. Capitol to the public, including reopening the House gallery where visitors can observe lawmaking in action.

They said that businesses, stadiums, museums and nearly every statehouse across the country have reopened to the public, even as Speaker Nancy Pelosi keeps the citizenry out of the House.

“It has been 719 days since Speaker Pelosi closed the People’s House to the public. This far exceeds the amount of time of any prior closure over the course of the Capitol’s more than 200-year history,” the lawmakers wrote in a joint statement late Wednesday. 

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  In the News: Parties Clash Over Unionizing Hill Staff at House Hearing
  Roll Call:

House Administration Chair Zoe Lofgren led a hearing Wednesday on finalizing implementation of a law that would allow congressional staffers to unionize.

It also happened to be among the first measures she ever voted for. “One of the first votes I cast as a brand new member of the House of Representatives — it was late on my very first day in that Congress — was to pass the Congressional Accountability Act,” the California Democrat said.  

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  In the News: CPAC Panel: Biden Blocked Black Female Judge GOP Wanted in 2003
  Legal Newsline:

There would already be a black female U.S. Supreme Court justice had President Joe Biden accepted the first one that a Republican president selected nearly 20 years ago, according to a Georgia congressman.

“If Joe Biden really wanted to have the first black female Supreme Court justice, he shouldn't have blocked the one that Bush proposed,” said Congressman Barry Loudermilk who represents the 11th congressional district of Georgia. 

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Rep. Loudermilk Questioning Fed Chairman Powell

About Skyrocketing Inflation

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