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Topic - Patrick J. Kennedy
Not all Coloradans appreciated former Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy harshing their buzz Wednesday with his anti-marijuana effort.
A new poll shows that Congress is less popular than root canals and colonoscopies, but more popular than the Ebola virus, meth labs and gonorrhea.
The Capitol's Kennedy drought may not last long.
Former Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy, son of the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, is engaged to be married.
Two years ago, it would have been unthinkable that both seats held by Kennedy family members could be won by Republicans.
Just three of the 535 members of Congress are openly gay, but two candidates hope to inch that number up to five this year.
He also took aim at Republicans who said passing the resolution would insult the memory of more than 1,000 U.S. troops who have lost their lives in Afghanistan.
"What is it we're going to do? We're going to double down on a bad policy to protect the honor of someone who's died?" he said, speaking so strenuously that his voice at times cracked.