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Friday, December 17, 2004

Washington

Senate:

Senator Maria Cantwell (D)
Strongly Against (Thanks to Timi K.)

Senator Patty Murray (D)
Strongly Against (Thanks to Jane J.)

House:

1 Jay Inslee (D)
Unknown

2 Rick Larsen (D)
Unknown

3 Brian Baird (D)
Unknown

4 Doc Hastings (R)
Strongly For (Thanks to Timi K.)

5 Cathy McMorris (R)
Unknown

6 Norman D. Dicks (D)
Unknown

7 Jim McDermott (D)
Unknown

8 David G. Reichart (R)
Unknown

9 Adam Smith (D)
Unknown

2 Comments:

Blogger Jane Johnson said...

Jim McDermott -- from http://www.house.gov/mcdermott/issues_socsec.shtml

"Congressman McDermott firmly opposes any effort to privatize Social Security.

February 11, 2005 at 6:23 PM  
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