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Washington, D.C. - In a letter to Equifax, Experian and TransUnion, Congressman Joe Kennedy III asked the nation's three largest credit agencies to ensure the shutdown does not result in lower credit scores for federal employees who have not been paid on time. With the government shutdown entering its fourth week, nearly a million federal employees face negative credit reports for missed payments on mortgages, rent, car loans, and student loans. "For working families, the pain of even one … 

Rep. Joe Kennedy Says 'We All Deserve Better' Amidst Government Shutdown

Rep. Joe Kennedy was moving back into his office when WGBH News' Morning Edition spoke with him the day after the 116th Congress was sworn in. In his office amid still-wrapped portraits and furniture ready to be arranged for the new year of work, Kennedy discussed the partial government shutdown, one he says is "without question one that The President created and continues to perpetuate". Read more here: … 

Kennedy sees Democratic led house as a benefit to communities like Fall River

With the House of Representatives more blue than red, cities like Fall River could see more progress on urban issues largely ignored by a Republican-led Congress, said Rep. Joe Kennedy III on Friday. "There hasn't been a whole lot of economic focus on Baltimore, on Roxbury, on Mattapan, on communities like Fall River, on Flint." he said. Read more here: … 

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