Posted by Sylvia Smith - 07/01/2009 | Email the editor
Rep. John Conyers Jr., chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and dean of the Congressional Black Caucus, will address a luncheon on Friday, July 24.
Conyers, D-Mich., has called for investigating the decisions and legality of the Bush administration’s policies on detainee interrogation methods, warrantless wiretapping and attorney firing. Conyers has said, "Even after scores of hearings, investigations, and reports, we still do not have answers to some of the most fundamental questions. Investigations are not a matter of payback or political revenge. It is our responsibility to examine what has occurred and to set an appropriate baseline of conduct for future administrations."
Conyers has also been a long-time advocate of single-payer national health insurance.
Conyers has been a member of Congress for 45 years. His district includes large areas of Detroit.
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The luncheon begins at 12:30 p.m.
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