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Tsongas whirls into Day One in D.C.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (hand raised) held a ceremonial swearing-in yesterday for the newest US representative, Niki Tsongas (left), whose daughters, Ashley, Katina, and Molly, held the Bible. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (hand raised) held a ceremonial swearing-in yesterday for the newest US representative, Niki Tsongas (left), whose daughters, Ashley, Katina, and Molly, held the Bible. (charles dharapak/associated press)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / October 19, 2007

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WASHINGTON - Freshly sworn in, Niki Tsongas strode onto the House floor yesterday, swiped her new voting card, and pushed a green button to support a children's healthcare bill - casting the first vote in Congress by a Tsongas in almost 23 years. (Full article: 932 words)

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