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Recent Wins in the Senate with U.S. Senator for NY, Kirsten Gillibrand

Dec. 20, 2023 by Jill Carvajal

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand doesn’t shy away from a big fight. She is chair of the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel, and she also serves on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Senate Agriculture Committee, and Senate Aging Committee.

Senator Gillibrand talks about her professional journey,  her plans to continue advocating for military justice reform, what legislative measures she is working on to combat gun trafficking and the descheduling of certain substances and the legislative steps she is taking to advance this agenda.

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