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The congressional freshman class assembles

A variety of new faces showed up for the first day of the "lame duck" session in Congress.

 
 

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On the first day of the "lame duck" session in Congress, the representatives-elect participated in the first morning of their freshman orientation in the Congressional Auditorium on Capitol Hill. Representative-elect Hansen Clarke (D-Mich.) sits in the front row.


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