VIDEO: First Day in Congress With Rep. Andy Levin
Michigan’s 9th Congressional District

January 12, 2019 by TWN Staff
The Well News interviews Andy Levin about his first day in Congress and plans for the year ahead.

A human rights activist, newly elected Representative Andy Levin has been advocating for working families since the 1980s. Now he brings his fight to Washington. Watch him as he navigates his first day as a member of the 116th Congress.

At the beginning of each new Congress, the new members are sworn into office, the Speaker of the House is chosen, the House Rules are adopted and there are numerous other first day agenda items to complete. The third video in a series on new members discussing their first day and plans for the year ahead with us. You can view the the video with Rep. Chrissy Houlahan (PA-06) here and the video with Rep. Xochitl Torres-Small (NM-02) here.

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