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08/02/2012

Will your Reps help you get things done (once Congress returns to getting things done)?

by Jeremy Hooper

I'm lucky enough to have 100% across the board in my district:

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Where do your members of Congress stand on LGBT issues? Check out the Human Rights Campaign's newly updated index:

Where Do Your Members of Congress Stand on Marriage Equality? [HRC]

Think of it as like a gold medal count for people whose floor exercises involve dismounting uneven bars.

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