Phil Hare

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Phil Hare


Phil Hare is a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives, representing the 17th district of Illinois.

Illinois Public Action

In 1995 Phil Hare was a member of the board of directors[1]of Illinois Public Action.

Supported by Council for a Livable World

The Council for a Livable World, founded in 1962 by long-time socialist activist and alleged Soviet agent, Leo Szilard, is a non-profit advocacy organization that seeks to "reduce the danger of nuclear weapons and increase national security", primarily through supporting progressive, congressional candidates who support their policies. The Council supported Phil Hare in his successful House of Representatives run as candidate for Illinois.[2]

Citizen Action of Illinois

In 1997 Phil Hare served on the board of directors of Citizen Action of Illinois.[3]

"Trade Act of 2008"

The "Trade Act of 2008" (HR 6180) was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Representative Mike Michaud of Maine in early June.

It has gathered 63 cosponsors, including Illinois Representatives Danny Davis, Phil Hare, Jesse Jackson, Jr., Daniel Lipinski, Jan Schakowsky. In the Senate, the legislation (S 3083) was introduced by Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio and gathered 4 cosponsors.[4]

Congressional Progressive Caucus

As of February 20 2009 Phil Hare was listed as a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus.[5]

Populist Caucus

The Populist Caucus was founded on February 11, 2009 in the United States House of Representatives by Democrat Bruce Braley of Iowa. The caucus originally included 26 other Democrats in the House, including Phil Hare.

"I Don't Worry About the Constitution"

Phil Hare says he doesn't worry about The Constitution

On April 1, 2010, Congressman Phil Hare was recorded on camera saying that he didn't worry about The Constitution when it came to Health Care Reform. The congressman also confused the Constitution with The Declaration of Independence, and claimed to have read the 8,100 page Health Care Bill three times.[6]

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