Debbie Stabenow

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  • History Of Senator Debbie Stabenow

    senators. The woman that was first elected as a senator and made history in the United States is Debbie Stabenow, who is the senator for the state of Michigan, and part of the Democratic Party. Senator Stabenow is passionate about many issues like saving the lakes in Michigan, and making healthcare affordable for everyone, but she in not passionate about the immigration issue and fixing the immigration problems that the United States has. Senator Debbie Stabenow was born in Gladwin, Michigan, and lived there for majority of her life. She studied in the state of Michigan and got her master’s degree in social work from Michigan State University. When Senator Stabenow…

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  • Short Story: Wanted: Matt Kennamer-Attempted Murder

    When the email appeared in my inbox, I knew it was bad. The subject heading read: “Wanted: Matt Kennamer - Attempted Murder”. I clicked the link and his old mug shot appeared on the screen. It was him alright - a picture from a previous arrest for a D.U.I., his face swollen - the eyes bloodshot. A shit eating grin that said ‘I’ve been here before and I’ll do it again. Fuck you, these walls won’t hold me.’ He’d bailed out receiving a fine and substance abuse classes. This time was different.…

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  • Substantive Representation Of Women In Congress Essay

    be different from male legislators is the way they are treated by their colleagues. We like to believe that sexism is not present in modern times but it was only in 2008 that Senator Kay Hagan was told she could not swim in the Senate pool because it was for males only. In 1998, Senator Moseley Braun described how herself, along with two other female senators, were pushed to join the Banking Committee because many of the male senators were leery of joining in the wake of the Keating Five…

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  • What Is The Importance Of Energy Essay

    Dear, Mr. Gary Peters, and Mrs. Debbie Stabenow: Mankind’s need for energy has been in place since the beginning of time. Over time, innovators have found different sources for energy. Around the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, oil, coal, and other fossil fuels integrated into everyday culture. People used every resource possible to fuel their businesses and homes with little thought towards the environment. Over the years, researchers discovered the dangers and limits of fossil…

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  • Fracking Research Paper

    the U.S. District Court of Wyoming issued a decision to block Obama’s administration from putting these stricter standards on fracking on federal land. This preliminary injunction, which has not yet been resolved, was issued on the grounds that the Interior Department did not have the legal right to issue these new rules. Considerable actions in the House of Representatives as well as the Senate have also been made to take a stand either for or against fracking. On earth day 2015,…

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