Fellow Democrat Jim Moran suggested the blackface scandal had turned into a "frenzy."
By: Niv Sultan "I think that American people should know that the members of Congress are underpaid," said Rep. Jim Moran
Last week, we recognized some of the most remarkable people and animals on the front lines of that effort by bestowing our annual ASPCA Humane Awards.
Representative Jim Moran stated: He was also a passionate animal welfare advocate, actively campaigning for changes in legislation
Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.) has served in Congress for almost 24 years and is well-known for his efforts on behalf of federal
Arts advocacy is a year-round effort, and the current climate in Washington can make advocacy a frustrating job.
In a Thursday interview with TPM, Moran stressed that Congressional pay has been frozen for years, and the longer we go without
Shut down the government? They still collect their paychecks. Waste time voting on a Supreme Court upheld law? Doesn't matter, they can waste all the time they want and still get paid. If only the rest of us had such cushy jobs that rewarded us for not doing a damn thing.
Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.) thinks members of Congress aren't paid enough. Speaking to CQ Roll Call, Moran, who is retiring after this term, said he and his colleagues are not adequately compensated for their public service.
Speaking to CQ Roll Call, Moran, who is retiring after this term, said he and his colleagues are not adequately compensated