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March 8, 2008 Editorial
The recent troubling controversies in Jena, La., at Columbia University, and at the University of Maryland highlight the disturbing increase in the number of violent attacks and hate-motivated incidents in schools throughout the country. The nation’s schools and universities have often been a battleground on civil rights. After all, they lay the foundation for a civil society. If we silence the history of intolerance in the classroom, if we fail to discuss the brutal and peculiar institution of slavery, the lawlessness and lynching of the Jim Crow era, the horrors of the Third Reich, then our children will not truly comprehend the significance of contemporary acts of genocide, such as the atrocities in Rwanda or Darfur.
March 7, 2008 Press Release

House Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee Chairman John Lewis (D-GA) today announced that the Subcommittee on Oversight will hold a hearing on the 2008 tax return filing season, IRS operations, the fiscal year 2009 budget proposals, and the National Taxpayer Advocate’s Annual Report.

March 5, 2008 Press Release rated the power and ability of members of Congress to be effective in 2007 and 2008.
March 3, 2008 Press Release

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) rated the voting records of members of the 110th Congress to determine how consistently they supported the issues they believe are most important to women.  Congressman John Lewis received a perfect score from the AAUW.