Employment Non-Discrimination Act
Senate Democrats spoke to reporters before taking a final vote on ENDA, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. Each urged House Speaker John Boehner to put the bill up for a House vote, after the Republican leader came out in opposition.
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- Harkin, Thomas "Tom" U.S. Senator [D] Iowa
- Merkley, Jeffery "Jeff" U.S. Senator [D] Oregon
- Murray, Patty U.S. Senator [D] Washington
- Reid, Harry U.S. Senator [D] Nevada
- Schumer, Charles E. U.S. Senator [D] New York
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