CAMBRIDGE (AP) – The newest members of the U.S. House of Representatives are completing training at Harvard University on leadership in Congress and the issues that they will face as federal lawmakers.
Twenty-four out of 26 new members of Congress attended four days of training ending Friday afternoon.
New England elected representatives benefiting from the initiative include Massachusetts’ William Keating, Rhode Island’s David Cicilline as well as New Hampshire’s Charlie Bass and Frank Guinta.
Speakers included former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu and U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan.
The new lawmakers attended sessions on the economy, federal budget, education, energy, foreign policy, communications and navigating the legislative process at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government in Cambridge.

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Comments (5)
  1. cynic says:

    First things First….The first subject covered at Harvard was how to order at Starbucks.

  2. Oscar Somerset says:

    So, the people who lied about one another, as well as about themselves went to Harvard to learn “How to get along in the Congredd” LMFAO !!!!!!

  3. Oscar Somerset says:

    OOPS, I Meant Congress

  4. Kyle McAndrews says:

    so I gotta ask, how much do you think that class cost to the federal deficit? Also, what happened to the other 2 newcomers…did they already take an ethic’s course priior to running for their seats.

  5. cynic says:

    I can see the Headline 10 years from now……”Candidate Claims Harvard Education” !!!

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