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Rep. Mark Pocan 'just checking in' as he tours Sauk County post-pandemic precautions

For the first time in 15 months, U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan was able to speak to constituents and local lawmakers in person. That was the focus of his tour Friday across Sauk County. He was able to shake hands and speak maskless with Baraboo Mayor Rob Nelson and City Administrator Casey Bradley before heading to Reedsburg to discuss how he could help funding for projects in the city. In between, he grabbed a cup of coffee at Coffee Bean Connection in Baraboo.
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6/2/21 Flag Retirement Ceremony Info Followed by Congressman Mark Pocan

Did you know badly worn American flags are to be destroyed in a dignified manner? Glenn Disrude, Kiwanis Blackhawk Golden K joins the program with details on the groups annual flag retirement ceremony. Congressman Mark Pocan follows with information on unemployment, the budget and financing infrastructure.
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Democratic Rep. Mark Pocan Calls For A More Critical View Of Israel

With a humanitarian crisis unfolding in the Gaza Strip, President Biden expressed support for a cease-fire between Hamas militants and the Israeli military. The carefully worded statement came after increasing calls from Democratic lawmakers to take a more critical view of Israel. In a tweet on Monday, Rep. Mark Pocan,...
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Amazon apologizes to WI congressman Mark Pocan

Amazon apologized for a tweet it sent to Wisconsin Congressman Mark Pocan, more than a week ago, denying that its employees work so hard they must urinate in empty water bottles. The matter was first raised on March 24 by Pocan, who responded to a tweet by an Amazon executive...
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Amazon spars with Rep. Mark Pocan on Twitter

Amazon on Wednesday sparred with Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., on Twitter over the congressman's argument that the tech company is not a "progressive workplace." Politicians ranging from Pocan to Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., to Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., have condemned Amazon's handling of its Bessemer, Alabama, employees' recent union push -- the biggest in the company's 26-year history.
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Reps. Ron Kind, Gwen Moore, and Mark Pocan Endorse Jill Underly for Superintendent

HOLLANDALE, Wis. — Pecatonica Area School District Superintendent and candidate for Wisconsin State Superintendent Jill Underly announced today she has received the endorsement of U.S. Representatives Ron Kind, Gwen Moore, and Mark Pocan. “I’m glad to endorse Dr. Jill Underly for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Wisconsin schools and the...
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The Science Coalition honors Rep. Mark Pocan as 2021 ‘Champion of Science’

U.S. Representative Mark Pocan has been named a 2021 Champion of Science by The Science Coalition (TSC), a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization of more than 50 of the nation’s leading public and private research institutions dedicated to highlighting the partnerships between the federal government and America’s research universities. The award is...
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‘We need to make sure he can never run for office again:’ Rep. Mark Pocan to vote to impeach Trump

WASHINGTON — Congressman Mark Pocan of Madison says impeaching President Donald Trump after last week’s attack on the Capitol is the “right thing to do.”. The House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on the article of impeachment charging the president with incitement of an insurrection on Wednesday afternoon. Pocan, a Democrat, released a video statement on Twitter ahead of the floor debate commenting on the vote.
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Mark Pocan talks about surviving Capitol Riot

United States Rep. Mark Pocan was watching live television footage of the violence that erupted at the nation’s Capital last week. Full text available to subscribers only. If you are a current subscriber, please use the login below to continue reading this article. To become a subscriber, please click here.