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  • '''Judy Bonior''' is the wife of [[David Bonior]]. ...and [[John Brademas]] before working for, and eventually marrying, [[David Bonior]].
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  • [[Image:David bonior.jpg|thumb|David Bonior]] ...nior''' is a socialist former U.S. Congressman from Michigan. In late 2008 Bonior was appointed to [[Barack Obama]]'s - Transition Economic Advisory Board.
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  • [[Image:David bonior.jpg|thumb|David Bonior]] ...nior''' is a socialist former U.S. Congressman from Michigan. In late 2008 Bonior was appointed to [[Barack Obama]]'s - Transition Economic Advisory Board.
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  • '''Judy Bonior''' is the wife of [[David Bonior]]. ...and [[John Brademas]] before working for, and eventually marrying, [[David Bonior]].
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  • ==David Bonior== [[David Bonior]] has connections to the radical Washington D.C. "think tank" [[Institute f
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  • [[Image:David-bonior-with-detroit-dsa-chair-david-green.jpg|left|200px|Bonior with Detroit DSA chair David Green]] ...[[Phillip Schloop]]. The Douglass-Debs Award winners were David and [[Judy Bonior]] and Judge [[Claudia Morcom]]. The keynote speaker was [[In These Times]]
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  • [[Image:Boni green.jpg|thumb|300px|Rep. [[David Bonior]], the former Democratic Whip in the House, shares a stage with Detroit DSA ...se and Senate.” Ed Bruley was [[David Bonior]]’s Chief of Staff during Bonior’s tenure in Congress.<ref>[http://kincaidsite.com/dsa/nl-archive.html GDD
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  • *[[David Bonior]] ...endorses candidates for the [[U.S. House of Representatives]]. At the time Bonior commented,
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  • ...nd create an economy that works for everyone"''. Chair of the Board, David Bonior, commented: ''"I’ve worked with [Solis] for years in Congress and she sit ...art Appelbaum]] and her colleagues at [[American Rights at Work]], [[David Bonior]], [[John Sweeney]] and [[Mary Beth Maxwell]].
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  • ...l and legislative aide to U.S. Senator [[Carl Levin]], Congressman [[David Bonior]] and State Senator [[Ken DeBeaussaert]] in [[Washington, D.C.]], Lansing, Rep. Fred Miller, a former aide to [[David Bonior]], chairs the House Labor Committee. He also is a member of the committees
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  • *Hon. [[David Bonior]], Chair, [[American Rights at Work]] On June 4, 2004, Hon. [[David Bonior]], Chair, [[American Rights at Work]]; [[Marielena Hincapie]], [[National I
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  • In 1995, [[Nancy Pelosi]], [[Bernie Sanders]], [[David Bonior]], [[Eleanor Holmes Norton]], [[Cynthia McKinney]], [[Maurice Hinchey]], [[ In 2002 [[David Bonior]] and two other Democratic Congressmen [[Jim McDermott]] and [[Mike Thompso
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  • ...ior]] in 1977 and was involved in every reelection campaign of Congressman Bonior until 2000.<ref>[http://kincaidsite.com/dsa/nl-archive.html Detroit DSA new ...ior]] in 1977 and was involved in every reelection campaign of Congressman Bonior until 2000. From 1984 until 1993, Brewer served as President of the Clinton
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  • ...Award was presented to former Representative and PeacePAC Chairman [[David Bonior]] and the late [[Edith Wilkie]], a longtime advocate and leader for peace a ...d the organization's message and plans for the future. Congressman [[David Bonior]], the House Minority Whip and U.S Senator [[Spencer Abraham]] delivered th
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  • ...home front. Conyers and other Detroit-area Democrats at the time, [[David Bonior]] and [[John Dingell]], threatened to hold hearings unless the FBI stopped ...d the organization's message and plans for the future. Congressman [[David Bonior]], the House Minority Whip and U.S Senator [[Spencer Abraham]] delivered th
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  • ...]] (D-MI), [[Eugene Atkinson]] (D-PA), [[Michael Barnes]] (D-MD), [[David Bonior]] (D-MI), [[Adam Benjamin]] (D-IN), [[William Brodhead]] (D-MI), [[Robert C Signatories were;[[Sam Farr]], [[John Porter]], [[Ron Dellums]], [[David Bonior]], [[Marty Meehan]], [[Marcy Kaptur]], [[Scott Klug]], [[James McGovern]],
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  • ...d speakers included: [[Peter DeFazio]] (D-OR), House Minority Whip [[David Bonior]] (D-MI), [[Earl Hilliard]] (D-AL);[[Dennis Kucinich]] (D-OH); [[Cynthia Mc In 1995, [[Nancy Pelosi]], [[Bernie Sanders]], [[David Bonior]], [[Eleanor Holmes Norton]], [[Cynthia McKinney]], [[Maurice Hinchey]], [[
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  • ...home front. Conyers and other Detroit-area Democrats at the time, [[David Bonior]] and [[John Dingell]], threatened to hold hearings unless the FBI stopped ...d the organization's message and plans for the future. Congressman [[David Bonior]], the House Minority Whip and U.S Senator [[Spencer Abraham]] delivered th
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  • ...]] (D-MI), [[Eugene Atkinson]] (D-PA), [[Michael Barnes]] (D-MD), [[David Bonior]] (D-MI), [[Adam Benjamin]] (D-IN), [[William Brodhead]] (D-MI), [[Robert C *[[David Bonior]]
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  • ...d the organization's message and plans for the future. Congressman [[David Bonior]], the House Minority Whip and U.S Senator [[Spencer Abraham]] delivered th ...wife [[Jane Abraham]], US Congressman [[David Bonior]] and his wife [[Judy Bonior]], US Congressman [[John Dingell]] and his wife [[Debbie Dingell]], US Cong
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  • *[[David Bonior]] (MI)<ref name=dsa1998/> *[[David Bonior]]
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  • US Reps [[Ed Markey]], [[Les AuCoin]], [[George Crockett]], [[David Bonior]], [[Peter Rodino]], [[Peter DeFazio]], [[Ron Wyden]], wrote an April 29. 1 ...d speakers included: [[Peter DeFazio]] (D-OR), House Minority Whip [[David Bonior]] (D-MI), [[Earl Hilliard]] (D-AL);[[Dennis Kucinich]] (D-OH); [[Cynthia Mc
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