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  • "I want to extend my congratulations to Mary Barra on being named the first female CEO of General Motors and of any Big Three auto manufacturer," Sen. Robert P. Casey Jr., Pennsylvania Democrat, said in a statement. "As a lifelong and a second-generation GM employee, Ms. Barra's understanding of GM's top-to-bottom operations make her a wise choice to lead the company. I look forward to seeing Ms. Barra and GM succeed in this new era of leadership."

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  • "Addressing the crisis in Syria at this stage will be extremely difficult, but every day that Assad remains in power helps Iran and Hezbollah and threatens stability across the region," Sen. Robert P. Casey Jr., Pennsylvania Democrat, said Monday. "Iran and terrorist organizations, like Hezbollah, are plotting against the United States and its allies every day."

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