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The changing face of Congress can be seen in the changing faces of Congress.
The Bible and Torah, for years the standard religious texts used to swear in members of Congress, have been joined by the Constitution, the Koran — and, Thursday, for the first time ever, the Hindu Bhagavad-Gita.
The 113th Congress won't be sworn in until January, but it's already making history on the religious-diversity front.
"For our wounded warriors and their families, airline travel can be an especially difficult experience," Ms. Gabbard said.
"Today is a historic day for not only women currently serving in our armed forces, but for all of the women who have selflessly put their lives on the line in theaters of war throughout our nation's history," Ms. Gabbard said. "This decision by the Department of Defense is an overdue yet welcome change, which I strongly support."