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House Rep. Jim Cooper (D)

Jim Cooper (D) @repjimcooper

We must honor the fallen today and everyday for their sacrifice. #MemorialDay

Jim Cooper (D) @repjimcooper

It was a privilege to work with a man of such integrity and high standards. I feel honored to have known him.

Jim Cooper (D) @repjimcooper

These vicious, discriminatory bills will hurt our state and must be stopped. All are welcome in the Volunteer State. https://t.co/j1msNhOjTG

Jim Cooper (D) @repjimcooper

He imagined the ‘It’ city before we became one. A kind and wonderful gentleman, he was the best of the South. https://t.co/BIc4knJpVS

Jim Cooper (D) @repjimcooper

Whatever path we take, we cannot let this quarry hurt Nashville. https://t.co/6AJLmYzrds

Jim Cooper (D) @repjimcooper

RT @rollcall: Associated Press reporting one Capitol Police officer shot, not seriously, and the shooter in custody.

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Cooper for Congress (D) @CoopForCongress

We say goodbye to two great interns soon!cooperforcongress's photo http://t.co/YGLQX4jcNj

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Cooper for Congress (D) @CoopForCongress

WATCH "A CALL TO MEN" NOW at TSU @livestream: http://t.co/4nfeLGxEn9 || Great stuff.

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Jim Cooper (D) @repjimcooper

Correct, @wadams2010 & @slyeargin. And which type does the govt. use?

Jim Cooper (D) @repjimcooper

Students, check out this great Twitter contest for Bill of Rights Day today: http://t.co/KLV9vPuZ

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