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  • We have endorsed Congressman Bill Pascrell in New Jersey’s Ninth District in the U.S. House!

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  • We have endorsed Congressman Bill Pascrell in New Jersey’s Ninth District in the U.S. House!

    Bill has devoted most of his adult life to public service as a public school teacher, New Jersey State Assemblyman, Mayor of his hometown, Paterson, and as a Member of Congress since 1997. “We are proud to endorse Congressman Bill Pascrell in this Primary Election,” said Joseph R. Paolino, Jr., Chairman of the Italian American…

    Read More ➔ : We have endorsed Congressman Bill Pascrell in New Jersey’s Ninth District in the U.S. House!
  • Eugene DePasquale wins Democratic primary for Pa. attorney general!

    Former Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale won Tuesday night’s Democratic primary election for attorney general in a crowded field and will face York County District Attorney Dave Sunday, who handily won the Republican primary, in the November general election. DePasquale, 52, was one of five Democratic candidates vying to become the state’s next top prosecutor.…

    Read More ➔ : Eugene DePasquale wins Democratic primary for Pa. attorney general!
  • Watch: Check Out Secretary Gina Raimondo’s Interview on 60 Minutes

    Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo is focused on U.S. advanced microchip production — and keeping the chips out of China and Russia.

    Read More ➔ : Watch: Check Out Secretary Gina Raimondo’s Interview on 60 Minutes
  • Italian American Democrats endorse George Latimer for election to the U.S. House of Representatives in New York’s 16th Congressional District!

    The Italian American Democratic Leadership Council (also known as Italian American Democrats), the voice of Italian Americans in the Democratic Party, today endorsed George Latimer for election to the U.S. House of Representatives. He is running to represent New York’s 16th Congressional District, which covers Westchester County and parts of the Bronx. There are two (2)…

    Read More ➔ : Italian American Democrats endorse George Latimer for election to the U.S. House of Representatives in New York’s 16th Congressional District!
  • Italian American Democrats endorse Eugene DePasquale as the Democratic Nominee for Pennsylvania Attorney General!

    The Italian American Democratic Leadership Council (also known as Italian American Democrats), the voice of Italian Americans in the Democratic Party, today endorsed  Eugene DePasquale for Attorney General of Pennsylvania.  Although Pennsylvania’s Democratic Primary for Attorney General has five (5) declared candidates, Eugene DePasquale attracts deep support from voters across Pennsylvania.  In a crowded field,…

    Read More ➔ : Italian American Democrats endorse Eugene DePasquale as the Democratic Nominee for Pennsylvania Attorney General!
  • Italian American Democrats endorse Joe Salerno as the Democratic Nominee for New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District!

    The Italian American Democratic Leadership Council today endorsed Joe Salerno as the Democratic nominee in the Primary Election for New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District in the U.S. House. Salerno’s campaign has drawn notice for its fundraising, all-star campaign team, and now this latest additional endorsement. “We are proud to endorse Joe Salerno in this Primary,”…

    Read More ➔ : Italian American Democrats endorse Joe Salerno as the Democratic Nominee for New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District!
  • Suozzi wins New York special election, replacing George Santos!

    Democrat Tom Suozzi won a hotly contested special election for Congress on Tuesday, the Associated Press projected, retaking a seat in suburban New York and offering his party some reassurance amid high anxiety about President Biden’s political vulnerabilities. Suozzi beat Republican nominee Mazi Pilip to replace Republican George Santos, who was indicted on a charge of…

    Read More ➔ : Suozzi wins New York special election, replacing George Santos!
  • Tom Suozzi called anti-Italian Slur by special election opponent! Italian American organizations condemn her hate speech!

    Several prominent national Italian-American civic leaders then appeared remotely and called the “godfather” comments a negative stereotype of Italian-Americans as mobsters as it cannot be separated from the legendary “Godfather” series of Italian Mafia films.    “We are outraged. When you insult one of us, you insult all of us,” said Rob Fonti of the…

    Read More ➔ : Tom Suozzi called anti-Italian Slur by special election opponent! Italian American organizations condemn her hate speech!
  • Italian American Democrats endorse Tom Suozzi for U.S. Representative from New York

    The Italian American Democratic Leadership Council (also known as Italian American Democrats), the voice of Italian Americans in the Democratic Party, today endorsed former US Representative Tom Suozzi as the Democratic nominee in the Special Election for New York’s 3rd Congressional District in the U.S. House, which has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 13, 2024.…

    Read More ➔ : Italian American Democrats endorse Tom Suozzi for U.S. Representative from New York
  • Sen. Joe Manchin announces he won’t seek reelection in 2024

    The long-awaited decision by the red-state Democrat means the party faces an uphill climb to keep its narrow majority in next year’s election. Manchin, who’s 76, says he accomplished what he set out to do for his home state. But he added he’s not done with politics. “I will finish my term while traveling the…

    Read More ➔ : Sen. Joe Manchin announces he won’t seek reelection in 2024
  • Tom Suozzi Will Run to Take House Seat Back From George Santos

    Thomas R. Suozzi, the Long Island Democrat whose failed bid for governor in 2022 may have helped clear the way for Representative George Santos to get to Congress, announced on Tuesday that he would run to replace Mr. Santos and take back his seat in the House of Representatives.

    Read More ➔ : Tom Suozzi Will Run to Take House Seat Back From George Santos
  • A Proclamation on Columbus Day, 2023

    As issued by our President, Joseph R. Biden, Jr., this proclamation begins, “Today, we celebrate all the Italian Americans, whose courage and character reflect and help define our Nation…..”

    Read More ➔ : A Proclamation on Columbus Day, 2023
  • Rep. Jennifer Wexton will not seek reelection as diagnosis changes

    Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-Va.) promised this spring to persevere as she revealed a Parkinson’s disease diagnosis that stilted her movements and slurred her speech, hurdles she hoped to overcome while serving a competitive Northern Virginia district. But as Wexton, 55, failed to respond to treatments as hoped, this summer she found herself confronting a more…

    Read More ➔ : Rep. Jennifer Wexton will not seek reelection as diagnosis changes
  • Breaking: Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi will seek reelection in 2024, looking to extend her historic career

    The longtime California congresswoman, who stepped down from Democratic leadership at the end of the last Congress, announced Friday that she will run for another term. “Now more than ever our City needs us to advance San Francisco values and further our recovery. Our country needs America to show the world that our flag is…

    Read More ➔ : Breaking: Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi will seek reelection in 2024, looking to extend her historic career
  • Joint Statement from President Biden and Prime Minister Meloni after White House Meeting

    President of the United States, Joseph R. Biden, and the President of the Council of Ministers of the Italian Republic, Giorgia Meloni, met at the White House on July 27, 2023.  They reaffirmed the unshakable alliance, strategic partnership, and deep friendship between the United States and Italy, and highlighted the important role of the Italian-American…

    Read More ➔ : Joint Statement from President Biden and Prime Minister Meloni after White House Meeting
  • Former Delaware Governor Jack Markell confirmed as U.S. Ambassador to Italy

    Former Delaware Governor Jack Markell has been confirmed by the US Senate to become Ambassador to Italy. President Joe Biden nominated Markell several months ago.

    Read More ➔ : Former Delaware Governor Jack Markell confirmed as U.S. Ambassador to Italy
  • President Biden’s Proclamation on National Immigrant Heritage Month, 2023

    President Biden takes this opportunity to highlight the fact that he and the First Lady are proud descendants of immigrants — the Giacoppas, from the northeast corner of Sicily in Italy, and the Finnegans of County Louth and the Blewitts of County Mayo in Ireland. And Vice President Harris was born in Oakland, California, to…

    Read More ➔ : President Biden’s Proclamation on National Immigrant Heritage Month, 2023
  • Who are Biden’s Negotiators on a Debt Ceiling Deal with Republicans? One of them is Steve Ricchetti….

    President Biden selected Shalanda Young and Steve Ricchetti to talk directly with aides to Speaker Kevin McCarthy in an attempt to avoid default. Here’s a look at the two key players who will represent Mr. Biden. Policymakers are working to avoid what many say would be an economically devastating default….

    Read More ➔ : Who are Biden’s Negotiators on a Debt Ceiling Deal with Republicans? One of them is Steve Ricchetti….
  • First Lady Dr. Jill Biden urges regular health screenings: ‘I got cancer in a routine checkup’

    Our First Lady, Dr. Jill Giacoppa Biden, is opening up about her cancer diagnosis, urging people not to put off their annual screenings. “I’m fine,” Dr. Biden spoke reassuringly in a recent interview. “But one of the things I wanted to remind people — I think during the pandemic we put off our screenings….”

    Read More ➔ : First Lady Dr. Jill Biden urges regular health screenings: ‘I got cancer in a routine checkup’
  • Vice President Harris visits Georgia today to laud clean energy growth

    Deal for millions of Peach State-built panels to supply community solar expansion in several states made possible by a combination of federal climate and economic efforts.

    Read More ➔ : Vice President Harris visits Georgia today to laud clean energy growth
  • Senate confirms Garcetti as Ambassador to India

    The Senate on Wednesday confirmed Eric Garcetti, the former mayor of Los Angeles, to be the U.S. ambassador to India, ending a two-year saga and was a victory for President Biden’s political ally.

    Read More ➔ : Senate confirms Garcetti as Ambassador to India
  • Nancy Pelosi untethered: The former speaker revels in new-found freedom

    The former speaker isn’t in charge of anything now but is doing exactly what she wants in what some call ‘Pelosi 3.0’

    Read More ➔ : Nancy Pelosi untethered: The former speaker revels in new-found freedom
  • Raimondo seeks to rally US behind $52 Billion chip program

    Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo called on the country to unite around a $52 billion effort to restore the U.S. as the world leader in advanced computer chips, which will require training of tens of thousands of workers while “securing our economic and national security future for the next generation.”

    Read More ➔ : Raimondo seeks to rally US behind $52 Billion chip program
  • Chairwoman Rosa DeLauro is 1 of 4 women holding purse strings in Washington for 1st time in history

    Sen. Susan Collins – along with Sen. Patty Murray, Rep. Kay Granger, and Rep. Rosa DeLauro – will hold the top spots on Senate and House Appropriations committees, a Capitol Hill influential crew known as the “Four Corners.”

    Read More ➔ : Chairwoman Rosa DeLauro is 1 of 4 women holding purse strings in Washington for 1st time in history
  • Annette Taddeo, former IAD-endorsed candidate, announces bid to run for Florida Democratic Party chair

    Former state Sen. Annette Taddeo has thrown her name into the running to become the Florida Democratic Party’s chairperson following ex-Miami Mayor Manny Diaz’s resignation earlier this month. Taddeo, who made a short run for governor last year before losing a congressional race, announced her running for chair in a roughly three-minute TikTok video Thursday.

    Read More ➔ : Annette Taddeo, former IAD-endorsed candidate, announces bid to run for Florida Democratic Party chair
  • Opinion | ‘A Con Man Is Succeeding Me in Congress Today’ by Tom Suozzi

    I’ve lost track of how many evasions and lies Mr. Santos has told about himself, his finances and his history and relationship with our stretch of Long Island and northeastern Queens. When he is seated, it will diminish our Congress, our country and my constituents — soon his constituents. It saddens me that after 30…

    Read More ➔ : Opinion | ‘A Con Man Is Succeeding Me in Congress Today’ by Tom Suozzi
  • In Her Own Words: Pelosi Steps Back After Decades in Charge

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), the first and only woman to be chosen as speaker of the House, will again be sworn into the House on Tuesday for another term, but this one as a rank-and-file member with no special privileges. It will be the first time she is sworn in without a leadership position…

    Read More ➔ : In Her Own Words: Pelosi Steps Back After Decades in Charge
  • Jill Biden makes a tidal shift from her thoughts on another run at the White House

    First lady Jill Biden, despite being so worn out from a recent circuit of White House events that she lost her voice, is now seriously looking ahead to her husband running for reelection in 2024. That’s a tidal shift from her position just three months ago. Seven people familiar with Biden’s thinking told CNN that her private…

    Read More ➔ : Jill Biden makes a tidal shift from her thoughts on another run at the White House
  • Gina Raimondo, a Rising Star in the Biden Administration, Faces a $100 Billion Test

    The Commerce Secretary has made a career of tackling increasingly larger challenges. Could the next one be too big?

    Read More ➔ : Gina Raimondo, a Rising Star in the Biden Administration, Faces a $100 Billion Test
  • Breaking: Speaker Nancy Pelosi Stepping Down from Democratic Leadership

    The first woman to hold the speakership and the face of the chamber’s Democrats for two decades said she would not seek a leadership role in the next Congress. Read President Biden’s eloquent statement on the highest-ranking Italian American in the history of the U.S. government.

    Read More ➔ : Breaking: Speaker Nancy Pelosi Stepping Down from Democratic Leadership
  • IAD-endorsed Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto wins Senate for Democrats! All incumbent Italian American Dems win re-election!

    Democrats prevailed in the battle for Senate control after incumbent Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto was declared the winner Saturday of her closely contested race in Nevada.

    Read More ➔ : IAD-endorsed Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto wins Senate for Democrats! All incumbent Italian American Dems win re-election!
  • IAD-Endorsed Candidates, Rep. Jen Wexton and Chris Deluzio win key seats! Italian American Incumbents win re-election!

    On a night when the red wave was no more than a red ripple, Italian American candidates, Congresswoman Jen Tosini Wexton (VA-10) and Chris Deluzio (PA-17), won their respective races against tough GOP opponents. Italian American Congressional incumbents across the board won re-election including Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It is a proud day to be an…

    Read More ➔ : IAD-Endorsed Candidates, Rep. Jen Wexton and Chris Deluzio win key seats! Italian American Incumbents win re-election!
  • It’s Election Day! The results of this election could define the future of our country. Your vote makes a difference. If you haven’t voted already, please go to the polls early to make your voice heard.

    Go to our elections page to learn more about some great Italian American Democratic candidates in races that could decide which party has the majority in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives next year. 

    Read More ➔ : It’s Election Day! The results of this election could define the future of our country. Your vote makes a difference. If you haven’t voted already, please go to the polls early to make your voice heard.
  • Attempted Murder of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul is the Canary in the Coal Mine — Basta!

    Judge Arthur Gajarsa (Ret.), IADLC Chairman, issued the following statement: “We’re thrilled to hear that Paul Pelosi is expected to make a full recovery, police responded immediately to the break-in at the Pelosi residence in San Francisco and they took his assailant into custody. Vigorous public debate is the core of American democracy. Attempted murder is a…

    Read More ➔ : Attempted Murder of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband Paul is the Canary in the Coal Mine — Basta!
  • IAD Launches New Social Media Campaign in Ohio to Support Tim Rizzi Ryan for Senate!

    Click to see the video and learn about how Tim Ryan grew up in an Italian working-class family. It’s why he’ll fight to raise wages and revive manufacturing.

    Read More ➔ : IAD Launches New Social Media Campaign in Ohio to Support Tim Rizzi Ryan for Senate!
  • Jennifer Abruzzo: The lawyer who could deliver on Biden’s wish to be the most pro-union president

    Biden’s general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board, Jennifer Abruzzo, is wielding her power in new ways. Abruzzo has worked at the NLRB for nearly a quarter-century. But now, as the agency’s leader and chief enforcer of federal labor laws, she wants to make it far easier for workers to unionize than it has…

    Read More ➔ : Jennifer Abruzzo: The lawyer who could deliver on Biden’s wish to be the most pro-union president
  • Biden Administration Releases Proclamation on Columbus Day!

    Judge Arthur Gajarsa (Ret.), IADLC Chairman, says, “Bravo! In his 2022 Columbus Day Proclamation, President Biden again shows his deep understanding and appreciation of the American immigrant experience, as well as of Italian Americans in particular. As always, he is using his bully pulpit to bring Americans of all ethnic heritages together.”

    Read More ➔ : Biden Administration Releases Proclamation on Columbus Day!
  • James Florio, former New Jersey governor and U.S. House member, dies at 85

    Former New Jersey Gov. James Florio, who championed a plan that substantially raised the state’s sales and income taxes leading to his re-election defeat in 1993, died Sunday. He was 85. His law partner Doug Steinhardt and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy confirmed Florio died in statements Monday. “Governor Florio was a fighter who never…

    Read More ➔ : James Florio, former New Jersey governor and U.S. House member, dies at 85
  • Wexton, Spanberger speak truth to Youngkin on anti-trans school policies

    The bipartisan monthly meeting between Gov. Glenn Youngkin and Virginia’s congressional delegation this week got heated when Democrats Jennifer Wexton and Abigail Spanberger brought up Youngkin’s proposed anti-trans school policies, and Republican Bob Good defended the policies by claiming that schools and teachers are “grooming” children to change their gender.

    Read More ➔ : Wexton, Spanberger speak truth to Youngkin on anti-trans school policies
  • Pelosi going to Armenia amid renewed clashes with Azerbaijan

    Speaker Nancy Pelosi will travel to Armenia this weekend in a show of support for the country, which has been locked in a deadly fight with Azerbaijan. It will be the speaker’s latest dramatic foreign trip following her contentious arrival in Taiwan last month. With the midterms approaching — and the possibility that she will…

    Read More ➔ : Pelosi going to Armenia amid renewed clashes with Azerbaijan
  • A day on the campaign trail with Tim Ryan features the voices of different voters

    There was still dew on the grass — and the Toledo city skyline in clear view — as Democratic U.S. Senate Candidate Tim Ryan went on a morning tour of Tatum Park’s urban farm. This was the first of three stops Ryan had planned for a busy Monday on the campaign trail. During the tour,…

    Read More ➔ : A day on the campaign trail with Tim Ryan features the voices of different voters
  • Opinion | Rethinking Joe Manchin

    Joe Manchin has spent much of the past year as the villain of liberal America, receiving the kind of criticism that’s usually reserved for Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, or a conservative Supreme Court justice. Now that Joe Manchin has saved the Democratic agenda, how should liberals think about him?

    Read More ➔ : Opinion | Rethinking Joe Manchin
  • Peter DeFazio ends Oregon record 36 years in U.S. House.

    When Peter DeFazio retires after an Oregon record for U.S. House service, he will have achieved one policy goal — but a second eluded him — during his 36 years representing southwest Oregon’s 4th District. As chair of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, he secured congressional approval of a $1 trillion-plus spending plan for…

    Read More ➔ : Peter DeFazio ends Oregon record 36 years in U.S. House.
  • Virginia’s 10th has gone blue. But 11 Republicans hope to flip it.

    Republicans are aiming to nominate the most viable candidate to defeat Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-Va.) in November, undoubtedly….

    Read More ➔ : Virginia’s 10th has gone blue. But 11 Republicans hope to flip it.
  • ‘Defund the police’ is not the policy of the Democratic Party, Pelosi says

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday that the idea of defunding the police, a frequently used slogan during the 2020 elections, is not the direction that the Democratic Party is headed. “Make no mistake, community safety is our responsibility,” Pelosi said on ABC’s “This Week.” “I quote one of my colleagues from New York, Ritchie…

    Read More ➔ : ‘Defund the police’ is not the policy of the Democratic Party, Pelosi says
  • Tim Ryan’s plea to Ohio’s White working class: Trust Democrats again

    Congressman Tim Ryan has been traveling the foothills of western Appalachia with a joke about marriage he hopes will make him Ohio’s next U.S. senator. The voters he needs to turn his way — the forgotten, the struggling, in communities with hollow factories, Trump flags and fentanyl epidemics — don’t agree with everything he stands…

    Read More ➔ : Tim Ryan’s plea to Ohio’s White working class: Trust Democrats again
  • Fauci fires back at Rand Paul, accusing him of using attacks for ‘political gain’

    Anthony S. Fauci accused Sen. Rand Paul on Tuesday of raising campaign funds off false attacks on him that have encouraged threats on Fauci’s life. Throughout the pandemic, Paul (R-Ky.) and other conservatives have questioned the science behind vaccines, masks and other public health measures and spun conspiracy claims about Fauci having a role in…

    Read More ➔ : Fauci fires back at Rand Paul, accusing him of using attacks for ‘political gain’
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November 6, 2023 Speaker Series

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Featuring: Rep. Chris Deluzio Congressman from the Pennsylvania 17th Congressional District
July 21, 2023 Speaker Series

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Featuring: Rep. Joe Morelle Congressman from the New York 25th District
May 24, 2023 Speaker Series

May Speaker Series

Featuring: John Lawerence Former Chief of Staff for Speaker Pelosi
May 9, 2023 2023 Festa

IADLC Labor Salute to Speaker Pelosi

Date: May 9, 2023 Time: 7:00 pm ET Where: Yotel DC
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 6, 2023 Speaker Series

April Speaker Series

Featuring: Sam Cornale Executive Director of the DNC
February 22, 2023 Speaker Series

February Speaker Series

Featuring: Rep. Jen Wexton Member of the House Appropriations Committee
December 8, 2022 Speaker Series

December 2022 Speaker Series

Featuring: John Della Volpe Leading Democratic Pollster
October 21, 2022 Speaker Series

October 2022 Speaker Series

Featuring: David Cicilline Member of the House Judiciary Committee and House Foreign Affairs Committee
August 4, 2022 Speaker Series

August 2022 Speaker Series

Featuring: Chairman Peter DeFazio Chairman of the House Transportation Committee
July 21, 2022 Speaker Series

July 2022 Speaker Series

Featuring: Jimmy Panetta Member of the House Ways and Means, Agriculture and Armed Services Committees
May 19, 2022 Speaker Series

May 2022 Speaker Series

Featuring: John Anzalone Founder of Impact Research
April 21, 2022 Speaker Series

April 2022 Speaker Series

Featuring: Dr. Robert Gallo Director and Co-founder of the Institute of Human Virology (IHV) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland
March 24, 2022 Speaker Series

March 2022 Speaker Series

Featuring: Secretary Leon Panetta (Ret.) Former U.S. Secretary of Defense
February 17, 2022 Speaker Series

February 2022 Speaker Series

Featuring: Frank Pallone Chairman of House Energy and Commerce Committee
November 4, 2021 2021 FESTA

Honoring Speaker Nancy Pelosi

Honorary co-chairs U.S. Senator Pat (Zambon) Leahy and U.S. Representative Rosa DeLauro, along with other Italian American Members of Congress and leaders from around the country, came to honor Speaker Pelosi.

Date: November 4, 2021 Where: In-person, Washington D.C.
 
 
 
 
 
 
July 21, 2021 Speaker Series

July 2021 Speaker Series

Featuring: Rosa DeLauro Chairwoman of the House Appropriations Committee
June 24, 2021 Speaker Series

June 2021 Speaker Series

Featuring: Suzanne Bonamici Member of the House Science, Space and Technology and Education and Labor Committees; Chairwoman of the Education and Labor Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Human Services
May 27, 2021 Speaker Series

May 2021 Speaker Series

Featuring: Joe Morelle Member of the House Budget, Education and Labor, Armed Services and Rules Committees
April 29, 2021 Speaker Series

April 2021 Speaker Series

Featuring: Mike Thompson Member of the House Ways and Means Committee; Chairman of the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures
March 30, 2021 2021 FUNDRAISER

Event to raise funds for this proud Italian American running for the open Senate seat in Ohio!

Date: March 30, 2021 Time: 7:00 pm ET Where: ZOOM
March 25, 2021 Speaker Series

March 2021 Speaker Series

Featuring: John Garamendi Member of the House Armed Services and Transportation and Infrastructure Committees; Chairman of the Armed Services Subcommittee on Readiness
February 25, 2021 Speaker Series

February 2021 Speaker Series

Featuring: Tom Suozzi Member of the House Ways and Means Committee

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