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"I want to remind the people in Port Arthur and Southeast Texas that as lawmakers, we are just as frustrated as they are about the special session. But I do think we have made substantial progress since the regular session." Tommy Williams
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"Those are privately held boxes and nothing to do with DATA or the band. We often have no idea what [lawmakers are] doing. This is not anything that DATA is involved in, and it's not an issue for DATA." Tom Hart
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"It's extremely important for charitable organizations to make sure lawmakers have all the facts before them." Diana Aviv
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"It's an opportunity for citizens who care about issues to communicate with lawmakers about what's happening in their communities. Without that input, lawmakers might not be able to make informed decisions." Diana Aviv
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"As the world's largest domain name provider, responsible for more than 11 million domain names, Go Daddy feels an obligation to protect our customers and represent their interests. It's an obligation we share with lawmakers and federal officials, so it is important that we be in Washington, as a base of Internet knowledge for Capitol Hill, the Executive Branch and Federal Regulators." Bob Parsons
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"Citizens are taking time to participate. That's the sunshine that works. Lawmakers do hear the voice of the people if they speak loudly enough." Ben Cunningham
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Frederick Douglass
Birth: 1818-02-00 Death: 1895-02-20

"Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them."

One of the most important African American leaders in the 19th century, Frederick Douglass was actually born Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey. He worked tireless on the issues of abolition and Jim Crow segregation during his lifetime and edited the most influential black newspaper of its time. He also wrote three books, two of them autobiographies. Today, they are considered some of the best examples of the slave narrative tradition. Douglass gave thousands of speeches in his lifetime, not only about slavery and racism, but about America's ideals. Though he lived in New York for mu…



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