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  • noun Plural form of assemblyman.

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Examples

  • When asked when exactly that would happen, he recommended citizens call their assemblymen or senators to find out what's happening, rather than monitoring it through the media.

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  • I discovered that if you could make the public understand what was going on, they’d do the rest: They’d write letters or call their assemblymen and senators and apply pressure on them.

    An American Life

  • I discovered that if you could make the public understand what was going on, they’d do the rest: They’d write letters or call their assemblymen and senators and apply pressure on them.

    An American Life

  • I discovered that if you could make the public understand what was going on, they’d do the rest: They’d write letters or call their assemblymen and senators and apply pressure on them.

    An American Life

  • I discovered that if you could make the public understand what was going on, they’d do the rest: They’d write letters or call their assemblymen and senators and apply pressure on them.

    An American Life

  • Scott Walker and Republican senators and assemblymen, want some of it back.

    Where Are the Shared Sacrifices, Productivity Gains?

  • Also with the Yamagata delegation were several assemblymen, the assembly's Chief Secretariat, and representatives of the Yamagata International Affairs Office.

    Gil Asakawa: Japan's Ambassador to U.S. Visited Denver for 25th Anniversary of Colorado-Yamagata Relationship

  • Also with the Yamagata delegation were several assemblymen, the assembly's Chief Secretariat, and representatives of the Yamagata International Affairs Office.

    Gil Asakawa: Japan's Ambassador to U.S. Visited Denver for 25th Anniversary of Colorado-Yamagata Relationship

  • The Dems are looking at a few state assemblymen and one mayor.

    Massa to resign Monday. | RedState

  • Federal prosecutors in Manhattan have alleged that David Rosen, the former chief executive of MediSys Health Network, which runs hospitals in Brooklyn, Queens and parts of Long Island, paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to two state assemblymen through purported consulting contracts and conspired to bribe a state senator by using the services of a company the senator had a financial interest in.

    Ex-Hospital Chief Accused of Lying

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