From Cole D. via Team Dean <[email protected]>
Subject Madeleine in the news →
Date December 20, 2023 10:15 PM
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In the midst of the holidays and the dysfunction in Washington, Madeleine has been sharing her perspective on what’s happening in Congress and around the world— and we don’t want you to miss these important updates from her!

As a member of the Judiciary Committee, Madeleine has seen Speaker Mike Johnson’s extremism up close. She spoke to MSNBC’s Charles Coleman, Jr., about the significance of having such a strong Trump ally as Speaker. You can watch the conversation here:

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Along with Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey, Madeleine reintroduced legislation to close the loophole that allows firearm sales without background checks. As gun violence continues to devastate communities across the country, Mad understands Congress’s responsibility to act – and she is committed to preventing such tragic, avoidable loss of life. You can read more here: [[link removed]]

“ Gun violence devastates every one of our communities — it is now the number one cause of death for children and teens in the United States — and as lawmakers, we have an obligation to end the epidemic and save lives. We know that background checks are a crucial way we can prevent firearms from ending up in the wrong hands — we must enforce our background checks by eliminating any and all ways around them. This bill aims to do just that in order to prevent gun violence and save lives.”

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Last week, Mad delivered the commencement address for Penn State Abington’s Summer and Fall 2023 graduating classes. As a former professor, she was thrilled at the chance to celebrate the hard work of hundreds of PA-04 students – and she applauded their successes amidst the challenges of the last few years, you can listen to Mad’s full remarks here. [[link removed]]

“At a time of great turmoil in our country and world, at a time when the pandemic took more than one million American lives and forced us to shut down classrooms — you claimed your education. Your generation will forever be set apart — and, I would argue, set above — for your tenacity and persistence.”

LISTEN HERE [[link removed]]

Madeleine spoke to the Mainline Times & Suburban about the new rail connection between Reading and Philadelphia, which is set to serve as a connection for several rural communities in the Fourth District, made possible by federal investment in the Corridor Identification and Development Program. You can read more from Mad on bringing growth and economic opportunities to our communities through investment in transportation here.

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As always, you can stay up to date with everything Madeleine is doing here in the district and in Congress by following her on Twitter. [[link removed]]

Thanks for tuning in and catching up with us!


Madeleine is an attorney, professor, mother, grandmother, and Member of Congress, representing Pennsylvania’s 4th Congressional District of Berks and Montgomery Counties. She is an outspoken leader who champions progressive priorities such as education, universal access to healthcare, gun safety, and ethical government. Madeleine Dean has built a reputation for getting things done, and we need her to continue to be our voice to serve us in Congress.

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