Alabama State alum James Buskey was first elected to the Alabama House of Representatives in 1976. He is one of the longest-serving legislators in Alabama history, and is the second longest-serving member currently serving. He holds positions on the powerful House Rules and House Ways and Means – Education budget committees, serving as Ranking Minority Member on both. Buskey has previously served as chairman of the Joint Legislative Black Caucus, and is the namesake of the James Buskey…

Alabama State alum James Buskey was first elected to the Alabama House of Representatives in 1976. He is one of the longest-serving legislators in Alabama history, and is the second longest-serving member currently serving. He holds positions on the powerful House Rules and House Ways and Means – Education budget committees, serving as Ranking Minority Member on both. Buskey has previously served as chairman of the Joint Legislative Black Caucus, and is the namesake of the James Buskey…

Democratic Caucus of the United States House of Representatives - Wikipedia

Democratic Caucus of the United States House of Representatives - Wikipedia

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'Our caucus will not stop': Democrats are determined to pass the DREAM Act  even if it means a government shutdown

'Our caucus will not stop': Democrats are determined to pass the DREAM Act even if it means a government shutdown

The Georgia Legislative Black Caucus has asked Georgia state police to launch an investigation of a Georgia Republican who warned his Democratic former colleague she could ”go missing in the Okefenokee” over her calls to tear down Civil War monuments.

The Georgia Legislative Black Caucus has asked Georgia state police to launch an investigation of a Georgia Republican who warned his Democratic former colleague she could ”go missing in the Okefenokee” over her calls to tear down Civil War monuments.

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Des Moines Register - Governor Terry Branstad to make judges at-will employees.  Dangerous, dangerous precedent against democracy.

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