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Louise Slaughter for Congress, In Memorium
Official memorial site of the former U.S. Representative of New York's 25th Congressional District, Democratic party.
Ballotpedia - Louise Slaughter
Wiki about the New York politician.
Biographical Directory of the United States Congress - Louise McIntosh Slaughter
Short biography along with political party, years of service in Congress and bibliography.
C-SPAN - Louise Slaughter
Videos and transcripts of appearances on C-SPAN. - Louise McIntosh Slaughter
Information on sponsored and cosponsored legislation. From the Library of Congress.
Congresswoman Louise Slaughter
Official website of the former U.S. Representative for New York's 25th District, Democratic party.
FEC - Candidate Summary Reports: Louise Slaughter
Official campaign finance reports and data from the Federal Election Commission. - Louise M Slaughter
Campaign financial records as candidate, contributor and officeholder. Variant spellings and information not included. Intended for journalists, scholars and attorneys rather than the general public.
FreedomWorks - Congressional Scorecard: Louise Slaughter
Ratings from the conservative and libertarian (Tea Party) advocacy group. - Rep. Louise Slaughter [D-NY25]
Legislative profile and bill tracking.
The Hill - Dorothy (Louise) Louise Slaughter
Brief profile with collected tweets, news and commentary about the New York politician, from a Capitol Hill and political perspective.
IMDb - Louise Slaughter
Lists of film and television appearances along with related videos.
NNDB - Louise Slaughter
Formatted profile of the New York politician.
On the Issues - Louise Slaughter
Provides quotes and background on various international, domestic, economic and social issues. Includes profile, contact data, forum and voter match. - Louise M. Slaughter
Career profile of campaign funds raised and spent. .
Politico - Louise Slaughter
Collected news, headlines, analysis, photos and videos about the politician.
PolitiFact - Louise Slaughter's File
Truth-o-meter fact-checking of statements by the New York politician. A project of the Tampa Bay Times. .
ProPublica - Represent: Louise M. Slaughter (D-N.Y.)
Legislator profile includes committee assignments, bills, votes and statements, along with a link to the Election Databot. Interactive database with API.
Roll Call - Rep. Louise M. Slaughter (D-New York)
Profile, election history and collected news reports.
Vote Smart - Louise Slaughter
Provides a biography, committee assignments, campaign finances, voting record, issue positions, interest group ratings, speeches and public statements.
Washington Post - The US Congress Votes Database: Louise Slaughter
Archives of complete voting record along with a brief biography, roles in Congress and financial disclosure statement.
Wikipedia - Louise Slaughter
Crowd-sourced encyclopedia article about the New York politician.
WorldCat Identities - Louise M. Slaughter
Works by and about the subject with reviews, online copies, purchase and library availability for each. Includes related identities and associated subjects.
The Buffalo News - The Briefing: Was Collins' Arrest Slaughter's Last Act?
Rep. Louise M. Slaughter didn't live to see Rep. Chris Collins' perp walk last Wednesday, but she might have set it in motion. She wrote to the SEC about Collins and Innate in January 2017, to both the SEC and the Southern District about the Collins-Innate relationship that April, and to the Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York exactly two weeks before the White House picnic where Collins – according to the SEC and Southern District prosecutors – launched a chain of insider trades on Innate stock with a phone call to his son Cameron. (August 14, 2018)
The Buffalo News - Collins Calls Slaughter 'Despicable' for Blasting Him on Stock Trades
Slaughter said she'd have plenty to say about any lawmaker who, in her view, appeared to violate the spirit or the letter of the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act, which Slaughter pushed into law after six years of effort in 2012. Called the STOCK Act for short, the bill aims to bar federal lawmakers and staffers from using the inside knowledge they glean on Capitol Hill to get an unfair advantage in the stock market. That law also requires lawmakers to report their stock transactions publicly within 45 days. So the law that Slaughter got passed five years ago is the reason the news broke in January that Collins had bought stock in Innate in a discount private stock sale last year, and that then-Rep. Tom Price, President Trump's nominee to be health secretary, had done the same. (July 03, 2017)
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