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FMC, the association of Former Members of Congress Promoting Public Service and Strengthening Representative Democracy Domestically and Abroad | Home of The Congressional Study Groups The United States Association of Former Members of Congress (FMC) utilizes the unique skill sets of its 600 members to provide pro bono public service programs and initiatives both at home and abroad.

Using the expertise of its membership, FMC has created programs to educate about the role of Congress, assist Congress in its international relations, and support emerging democracies abroad, all while providing opportunities for members to stay connected with their colleagues.

To continue the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, we would like to honor The Honorable Bella A...
12/19/2020

To continue the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, we would like to honor The Honorable Bella Abzug (D-NY, 1971-1977).

Congresswoman Bella Abzug was an activist her entire life, beginning in early adolescence when she delivered impassioned speeches in the subways for causes she championed. After an acclaimed career as a civil rights lawyer, peace activist and political organizer, the Hunter College and Columbia Law School graduate sought public office for the first time at age 50 under her famous slogan: “This woman’s place is in the House – the House of Representatives.” She decisively won election to Congress in 1970 beating an 18-year incumbent to represent Manhattan’s West Side and Lower East Side. Bella helped to bring billions of dollars in public works and transportation funding to New York City and New York State and authored or co-authored several historic bills, including Title IX, a bill prohibiting sex discrimination in educational opportunities by schools receiving Federal funding assistance (though Title IX did not mention athletics, it became known most prominently for its impact on high school and college sports), the Freedom of Information Act, and the first law banning discrimination against women with respect to obtaining credit.

Congresswoman Abzug was the first woman to run for the U.S. Senate from New York. After losing the Senate race to Patrick Moynihan in 1976 (by less than 1 percent!), Bella ran for Mayor of New York City in 1977, becoming the first woman ever to run for that office. As a result of her groundbreaking campaigns for higher office, Bella is often credited with paving the way for women aspiring to even higher levels of office, and opening doors to power for all women and especially to generations of women leaders in politics and government. Increasingly influential on the national and world stages, Bella went on to serve as Chairwoman of President Carter’s National Women’s Advisory Council. In that capacity, Bella, among other accomplishments, presided over the first National Conference on Women in Houston in 1977 where 2,000 elected delegates from every state and territory in the U.S. and 18,000 observers attended and developed a precedent-setting National Platform of Action for women.

Thank you U.S.-Japan Council. This is going to be a wonderful event on bilateral partnerships and human interactions sur...
11/19/2020

Thank you U.S.-Japan Council. This is going to be a wonderful event on bilateral partnerships and human interactions surrounding cultural and educational exchanges. Please click the link in the post below to join NOW!

Starting soon! Join us for a panel at 3pm ET on the value of cultural and educational exchange. We will take a multi-sector look at developing bilateral partnerships and people-to-people relations by investing in local communities and cultural and educational exchanges.

This panel will feature William Tsutsui (Reischauer Distinguished Professor, Harvard University), Paige Cottingham-Streater (Secretary-General, CULCON (U.S.-Japan Conference on Cultural and Educational Interchange), Executive Director, Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission), Patsy Yoon Brown (Executive Director, The Japan-America Society of Houston, Inc. - JASH) Cameron McKinney (Artistic Director, Kizuna 絆 Dance), Jim Reed (President, YKK Corporation of America), and Kyoko Yoshida (Executive Director, U.S./Japan Cultural Trade Network, Inc.)

Thank you to the U.S. CULCON Panel, The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation, Sister Cities International, North Carolina Japan Center, Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, the Japan America Society of Houston, FMC, the association of Former Members of Congress, the U.S./Japan Cultural Trade Network, CIE-US, and the National Association of Japan-America Societies for their partnership in this event.
Learn more and register here: https://www.usjapancouncil.org/2020-usjc-public-symposium/

Today, FMC recognizes former U.S. Rep. Patsy Mink (D-HI 1965-1977; 1990-2002), the first woman of color in the U.S. Hous...
11/19/2020

Today, FMC recognizes former U.S. Rep. Patsy Mink (D-HI 1965-1977; 1990-2002), the first woman of color in the U.S. House, as part of our social media series recognizing trailblazing women in the U.S. Congress, in honor of the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, allowing women to vote.

Half a century after the first woman was elected to Congress, Rep. Mink became the first woman of Asian descent to be sworn in as a Member and the first woman of color. She was born in Maui, Hawaii in 1927, decades before it would become a state. Patsy was a politician early, getting elected student council President at a mostly white high school.

She attended the University of Nebraska, where she successfully fought to end segregation on campus. After earning her law degree at University of Chicago, she was elected to the Territorial House, then the Senate, in Hawaii.

Elected from Hawaii to serve in Washington in 1965, she fought the Vietnam War and became the first Democratic woman to offer an official response to the State of the Union address. She ran for President in 1971, becoming the first Asian American woman whose name appeared on a Presidential primary ballot. Mink co-authored Title IX, before being named by President Carter as Assistant Secretary of State. In 1990, she won a special election to succeed the man who replaced her in the House, U.S. Sen.-elect Daniel Akaka. She joined with FMC President Emeritus Norman Mineta to found the Congressional Asian Pacific Islander Caucus in 1994, serving Hawaii in Congress until her death in 2002.

Mink was posthumously honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, by a man who she once represented, President Barack Obama, in 2014.

To continue the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, we'd like to recognize The Hon. Barbara Miku...
10/22/2020

To continue the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, we'd like to recognize The Hon. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD; 1977-2017). Rep. Mikulski is the longest-serving woman in the history of the United States Congress and the longest-serving U.S. Senator in Maryland history. She is also the first woman to hold the position of Chairman for the Senate Appropriations Committee.

FMC is excited to partner with EP Former Members Association for the first of its kind, Former Legislators Global Discus...
10/19/2020

FMC is excited to partner with EP Former Members Association for the first of its kind, Former Legislators Global Discussion!

For the first time, the EP Former Members Association, the FMC, the association of Former Members of Congress and the Association of Former Members of the Parliament of New Zealand will get together for a special virtual roundtable on “Responding to COVID-19 – A Global Discussion”.

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Exactly 150 years ago, in September of 1870, Louisa Ann Swain became the first woman to legally vote in a U.S. general e...
09/21/2020

Exactly 150 years ago, in September of 1870, Louisa Ann Swain became the first woman to legally vote in a U.S. general election. Half a century after casting this first ballot, the 19th Amendment’s ratification ensured the right for women across the United States to make their voices heard at the ballot box. Since that first vote, Swain’s legacy means that women now make up over half of our nation’s electorate, outnumbering men in every U.S. Presidential election since 1980. #19thAmendment #100years

To continue the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, we would like to honor The Honorable Barbara...
08/19/2020

To continue the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, we would like to honor The Honorable Barbara Jordan (D-TX, 1973-1979).

The Honorable Barbara Jordan was the first African American elected to the Texas Senate after Reconstruction and the first Southern African American woman elected into the House of Representatives.

A Houston, Texas native, Jordan was born and raised in the Fifth Ward, the youngest of three children. She attended Texas Southern University where she was a national champion on the school’s debate team and graduated magna cm laude in 1956. She later attended Boston University School of Law, graduating in 1959. After starting a law practice in Houston and unsuccessfully running for the Texas House of Representatives in 1962 and 1964, she won a seat in the Texas Senate in 1966, serving in this position until 1972.

In 1972, Jordan was elected to the House of Representatives to represent the 11th Congressional District of Texas. Two of her most renowned moments included delivering the opening statements at the House Judiciary Committee hearings during the impeachment of President Richard Nixon, and delivering the keynote address at the 1976 Democratic National Convention, the first woman and African American to do so. Both speeches are considered some of the best speeches delivered in the 20th century United States. During her time in Congress, Jordan backed a variety of initiatives including the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977, to make banks help underserved and minority communities, and expanding the Voting Rights Act of 1965 to include language minorities. She sponsored and cosponsored over 300 bills or resolutions, many of which are still laws today.

Retiring from politics in 1979, Jordan became an adjunct professor teaching ethics at the University of Texas at Austin Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs. In 1984 she was inducted into the Texas Women’s Hall of Fame, and later on in 1990, the National Women’s Hall of Fame. She also was a keynote speaker at the Democratic National Convention in 1992.

Jordan was given over 20 honorary degrees from universities across the country. Some of her most prolific honors include being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1994 and the NAACP’s highest honor, the Spingarn Medal, in 1992. Jordan passed away in Austin, Texas on January 17, 1996 due to pneumonia at the age of 59.

"We are in desperate need of a Congress that is willing to put aside hyper-partisanship and work together to help their ...
08/18/2020
A blueprint for fixing Washington

"We are in desperate need of a Congress that is willing to put aside hyper-partisanship and work together to help their country in crisis." - FMC CEO Pete Weichlein in The Hill today.

Read his important column about #CongressXRoads, Congress at a Crossroads, our report about what's right and what's wrong with Congress.

https://thehill.com/opinion/campaign/512471-a-blueprint-for-fixing-washington

We need a Congress willing to put aside hyper-partisanship and work together to help their country in crisis.

07/27/2020

Members of Congress and the media each have a responsibility to the American people to be vigilant about defending the ideals upon which our democracy is based. In this moment, that means striving toward a Washington that is more civil and bipartisan. We can make that happen -- check out the new #CongressXroads report, which lays out a framework for how Congress can get there: https://www.usafmc.org/congressxroads

Bipartisanship is at the heart of a healthy Congress. More bipartisanship means more consensus legislation getting passe...
07/27/2020

Bipartisanship is at the heart of a healthy Congress. More bipartisanship means more consensus legislation getting passed and a more deliberative body that broadly reflects the opinions of the American people.

That is not happening often enough right now, especially when bipartisan coordination is desperately needed to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it can and it must. Check out #CongressXroads for how: https://www.usafmc.org/congressxroads

COMING MONDAY: Former Members of Congress say that some of their best memories from the time they spent in Congress came...
07/26/2020

COMING MONDAY: Former Members of Congress say that some of their best memories from the time they spent in Congress came from working across the aisle, but now, it doesn’t happen often enough. To build real consensus, Members of Congress need to work to build bipartisan relationships. FMC will present a new report, detailing how.

Read more about it in the New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/25/us/congress-broken-partisanship-coronavirus.html

We know what President Trump thinks, and you can find out about vote-by-mail, the NEW normal, from people who were elect...
07/20/2020

We know what President Trump thinks, and you can find out about vote-by-mail, the NEW normal, from people who were elected by mail, because it's their state’s OLD normal.

U.S. Reps. Diana DeGette (D-CO) and Greg Walden (R-OR) will discuss Voting in a Pandemic with Trevor Potter, who was featured on the Colbert Report.

www.usafmc.org/panvoting

You can ask questions! Learn more about this FREE discussion and register to attend!

This Thursday, July 23, 2020 at 9 a.m. ET -- Voting Amidst A Pandemic: www.usafmc.org/panvoting

Presented by FMC, the bipartisan association of Former Members of Congress.

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In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, FMC would like to honor...Trailblazer Ambassador Connie M...
07/19/2020

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, FMC would like to honor...

Trailblazer Ambassador Connie Morella - Past President of FMC (2012-2014), Ambassador, Congresswoman, teacher, American battleground commissioner, community organizer and champion for women --- entered politics because of the gross inequities between men and women.

"Women couldn't get a credit card without their husband's signature. Help-wanted ads were segregated by gender. There were no female school principals. Even the local rescue squads barred women," she said. Ambassador Morella was active in the League of Women Voters and served her community in a variety of public positions, including as a founding member of the Montgomery County, MD Commission for Women. She focused her efforts on issues surrounding scientific research on cancer, HIV/AIDS and affordable childcare programs. Additionally, Ambassador Morella's causes included expanding family and medical leave, teen pregnancy, and helping victims of domestic abuse by supporting gaining custody of their children.

One of her greatest legislative achievements was requiring the National Institutes of Health-located in her district-to include women in clinical trials, a policy they adopted in 1993. Never one to shy from her own convictions, she was unafraid to voice opinions that differed from the official party line-like her support for reproductive rights when she led an unsuccessful campaign to remove the anti-abortion plank from the Republican National Convention platform in 1992.

Connie Morella served as the U.S. as Ambassador to the OECD from 2003-2007. From 1987 until 2003, Ambassador Morella represented Maryland's 8th Congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives. Before her election to the U.S. Congress, Ambassador Morella served for eight years in the Maryland General Assembly. Prior to elective office, Ambassador Morella was Professor of English at Montgomery College, Rockville, MD.

Ambassador Morella has received countless distinguished awards including two highest civilian awards for her commitment and support of global issues by the German, Italian and Japanese governments.

Thank you to FMC Board Member Peter Roskam for moderating a great discussion on the future of relations between the U.S....
06/20/2020
U.S. lawmaker calls for increasing military, sanctions pressure on N. Korea | Yonhap News Agency

Thank you to FMC Board Member Peter Roskam for moderating a great discussion on the future of relations between the U.S. and North Korea!

The talk featured Korea expert Dr. Victor Cha of CSIS and U.S. Rep. Ted Yoho (R-FL), who serves on the House Committee on Foreign Relations.

Rep. Yoho had some thoughts on what the U.S. should do with the DPRK regime, reported by the Korean Yonhap News Agency.

https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20200618000500325

If you missed the discussion, visit our archive at www.usafmc.org/sounds to catch up on what you missed!

By Lee Haye-ah WASHINGTON, June 17 (Yonhap) -- The United States needs to increase milit...

Cardiss Hortense Collins was a Democratic Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, serving the 7th District of Illin...
06/19/2020

Cardiss Hortense Collins was a Democratic Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, serving the 7th District of Illinois from 1973 to 1997.

She was only the 4th African-American woman in Congress, and the first from the Midwest. Her path to Congress was a tragic one: she won the seat via special election to serve out her husband’s second term. He died in a plane crash one month after being reelected by his constituents.

In her almost quarter century in Congress, Representative Collins was a champion for equality and the poor. Within four years of coming to Congress, she was elected President of the Congressional Black Caucus, a position she used to highlight the many systemic disadvantages suffered by African-Americans across the country. She was openly critical of President Jimmy Carter, shinning a spotlight on his administration’s lack of commitment to social programs and minorities. Her passionate championship of under-served communities continued during the Reagan and Bush administrations.

Her many legislative accomplishments include the 1990 bill expanding Medicare coverage for mammography screening for older and disabled women, and introducing resolutions designating October National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In addition, she was selected by her peers as a Democratic Whip-At-Large, an appointment that made her both the first African-American and the first woman to hold the position. She decided to retire in 1996 and did not run for re-election.

In addition to her undergraduate degree from Northwestern University, which she earned at night while working full-time, she received honorary degrees from Barber-Scotia College, Spelman College, Loyola and Roosevelt Universities in Chicago, and Winston-Salem State University. In 1982 she was elected to the Black Women’s Hall of Fame, and in 1990, the Congressional Black Caucus presented her with the William L. Dawson Award for Legislative Development. She died on February 3rd, 2013, at age 81.

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10 U.S. Code § 2733.Property loss; personal injury or death: incident to noncombat activities of Department of Army, Navy, or Air Force U.S. Code Notes Authorities (CFR) prev | next (a)Under such regulations as the Secretary concerned may prescribe, he, or, subject to appeal to him, the Judge Advocate General of an armed force under his jurisdiction, or the Chief Counsel of the Coast Guard, as appropriate, if designated by him, may settle, and pay in an amount not more than $100,000, a claim against the United States for— (1)damage to or loss of real property, including damage or loss incident to use and occupancy; (2)damage to or loss of personal property, including property bailed to the United States and including registered or insured mail damaged, lost, or destroyed by a criminal act while in the possession of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, as the case may be; or (3)personal injury or death; either caused by a civilian officer or employee of that department, or the Coast Guard, or a member of the Army,Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, as the case may be, acting within the scope of his employment, or otherwise incident to noncombat activities of that department, or the Coast Guard. (b)A claim may be allowed under subsection (a) only if— (1)it is presented in writing within two years after it accrues, except that if the claim accrues in time of war or armed conflict or if such a war or armed conflict intervenes within two years after it accrues, and if good cause is shown, the claim may be presented not later than two years after the war or armed conflict is terminated; (2)it is not covered by section 2734 of this title or section 2672 of title 28; (3)it is not for personal injury or death of such a member or civilian officer or employee whose injury or death is incident to his service; (4)the damage to, or loss of, property, or the personal injury or death, was not caused wholly or partly by a negligent or wrongful act of the claimant, his agent, or his employee; or, if so caused, allowed only to the extent that the law of the place where the act or omission complained of occurred would permit recovery from a private individual under like circumstances; and (5)it is substantiated as prescribed in regulations of the Secretary concerned. For the purposes of clause (1), the dates of the beginning and end of armed conflict are the dates established by concurrent resolution of Congress or by a determination of the President. (c)Payment may not be made under this section for reimbursement for medical, hospital, or burial services furnished at the expense of the United States. (d)If the Secretary concerned considers that a claim in excess of $100,000 is meritorious, and the claim otherwise is payable under this section, the Secretary may pay the claimant $100,000 and report any meritorious amount in excess of $100,000 to the Secretary of the Treasury for payment under section 1304 of title 31. (e)Except as provided in subsection (d), no claim may be paid under this section unless the amount tendered is accepted by the claimant in full satisfaction. (f)For the purposes of this section, a member of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or of the Public Health Service who is serving with the Navy or Marine Corps shall be treated as if he were a member of that armed force. (g)Under regulations prescribed by the Secretary concerned, an officer or employee under the jurisdiction of the Secretary may settle a claim that otherwise would be payable under this section in an amount not to exceed $25,000. A decision of the officer or employee who makes a final settlement decision under this section may be appealed by the claimant to the Secretary concerned or an officer or employee designated by the Secretary for that purpose. (h)Under such regulations as the Secretary of Defense may prescribe, he or his designee has the same authority as theSecretary of a military department under this section with respect to the settlement of claims based on damage, loss, personal injury, or death caused by a civilian officer or employee of the Department of Defense acting within the scope of his employment or otherwise incident to noncombat activities of that department. (Aug. 10, 1956, ch. 1041, 70A Stat. 153; Pub. L. 85–729, § 1, Aug. 23, 1958, 72 Stat. 813; Pub. L. 85–861, § 1(54), Sept. 2, 1958, 72 Stat. 1461; Pub. L. 89–718, § 8(a), Nov. 2, 1966, 80 Stat. 1117; Pub. L. 90–522, Sept. 26, 1968, 82 Stat. 875; Pub. L. 90–525, §§ 1, 3–5, Sept. 26, 1968, 82 Stat. 877, 878; Pub. L. 91–312, § 2, July 8, 1970, 84 Stat. 412; Pub. L. 93–336, § 1, July 8, 1974, 88 Stat. 291; Pub. L. 96–513, title V, § 511(94), Dec. 12, 1980, 94 Stat. 2928; Pub. L. 98–564, § 1, Oct. 30, 1984, 98 Stat. 2918; Pub. L. 104–316, title II, § 202(e), Oct. 19, 1996, 110 Stat. 3842.) What does he somehow understand about to Rule of law or Rule by the law of the government of the United States of America because Distort justice is a national traitor?