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Scott Garrett says he wants to run the Export-Import Bank. But he once wanted to shutter it.
As a congressman, Scott Garrett wanted to kill the Export-Import Bank. All of a sudden, he's fine with it.
Trump has nominated a number of people with anti-LGBTQ stances.
Rep. Scott Garrett was never able to move on from remarks he made in 2015.
As nasty as this campaign may get by November 8, for the first time since 2002, weary Bergen County residents may soon be freed from having to tell disbelieving friends and relatives that they are represented by arguably the most right-wing, Tea Party-style representative in Congress.
Garrett has been struggling to overcome anti-LGBT comments he made last year.
"I am discussing a significant problem that is facing America," Yellen told lawmakers in response to questions about the
Leaders were elected, Members took their oaths, and in short order, they got to work introducing bills on the first day of the 114th Congress.
Below, more updates on election news: Garrett was first elected to the House in 2002. Prior to his time in the House, Garrett