Terri Sewell - Quotes

There are 9 quotes by Terri Sewell at 95quotes.com. Find your favorite quotations and top quotes by Terri Sewell from this hand-picked collection . Feel free to share these quotes and sayings on Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr & Twitter or any of your favorite social networking sites.

Don't count on Congress. Laws come into being because people on the ground demand it. ---->>>

When you have incidences like the Trayvon Martin verdict, the erosion of certain fundamental rights like voting, it just reminds us that we're always one Supreme Court justice vote away from losing the progress that has been made. ---->>>

I think that one thing I have learned as a freshman is that it is really important to collaborate. ---->>>

We could have done a better job explaining what was in the Affordable Care Act, but when you talk to people and you don't label it, people get really excited about what's in it. It is going to make a big difference for people. ---->>>

You grow up with a heightened sense of the Civil Rights Movement, but I think it wasn't until I became of age that I really had a great appreciation for the struggle that took place. ---->>>

I think that something is fundamentally wrong if a person of his great wealth is only paying 13.9 percent effective tax rate and most of Americans are paying 28, 30 percent and they make far less. ---->>>

Collaboration is really important. ---->>>

I think at the end of the day we have to raise the debt ceiling, because America pays its bills. ---->>>

I'm benefitting from the sacrifices and seeds sown by Shirley Chisholm, John Lewis, and so many others. Those of us who are beneficiaries owe it to have a season of service in which we try to give back. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 01-01, 1965
Birthplace:
Die:
Occupation: Politician

Terrycina Andrea "Terri" Sewell (born January 1, 1965) is an American politician, elected in 2010 as the U.S. Representative for Alabama's 7th congressional district. The 7th district includes most of the Black Belt, as well as most of the predominantly black portions of Birmingham, Tuscaloosa and Montgomery (wikipedia)