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May 21, 2013

DOT nominee Foxx prepares for confirmation hearing

Foxx, a second-term Democratic mayor of Charlotte, is relatively unknown in the capital that makes the traditional Capitol Hill meet-and-greet process for Cabinet nominees even more important.


January 23, 2009

LaHood confirmed as Transportation Secretary

LaHood said he would continue to support funding for Amtrak, which he views as "the lifeblood of so many communities around America."


December 19, 2008

LaHood tapped to head Department of Transportation

He is retiring from the U.S. Congress after serving seven terms representing the 18th District of Illinois. He served on the House Appropriations Committee.


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