Madison's Democratic congressman, Mark Pocan, is shedding light on his decision not to support the national declaration condemning antisemitism, a resolution brought forward by Republicans on Capitol Hill. Pocan, known for his principled stance, deems the resolution as lacking meaningful impact in addressing the issue.
Congressman Pocan asserted that the Republican-sponsored resolution falls short in tackling antisemitism in a substantive and practical manner. In explaining his decision, he stated, "It does nothing to address antisemitism in a real and tangible way." His criticism emphasizes the need for comprehensive measures to combat antisemitism beyond. . .