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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - James R. Langevin
"These never-ending Benghazi hearings, quite frankly, have become a very costly distraction and, in my opinion, far too partisan," said Rep. James R. Langevin, Rhode Island Democrat. "They are no longer about finding and fixing problems; instead, they have very needlessly consumed thousands of man hours and millions of taxpayer dollars. And I think that that is very disappointing."
"We're very proud of our Olympic and Paralympic athletes," said Rep. James R. Langevin, Rhode Island Democrat and chairman of the caucus.