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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Charles W. Dent
"This legislation must be supported, but it should not be celebrated," said Rep. Charles W. Dent, Pennsylvania Republican, who had been begging his party to end the shutdown. "It's not a win for anyone — not the institution of Congress, nor the president, for that matter."
"I'm not going to sign a discharge petition," Rep. Charles W. Dent, Pennsylvania Republican, told CNN.