6 Facts About Gillibrand

1. In June 2018, Gillibrand "became the first sitting senator to call for abolishment of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, calling the agency a 'deportation force'".

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2. In 2015, Gillibrand invited campus activist Emma Sulkowicz to attend the State of the Union Address.

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3. In 2014, Gillibrand was included in the annual Time 100, Time magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the world.

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4. In 2012, Gillibrand authored a portion of the STOCK Act, which extended limitations on insider trading by members of Congress.

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5. In March 2011, Gillibrand co-sponsored the PROTECT IP Act, which would restrict access to web sites judged to be infringing copyrights, but ultimately announced she would not support the bill as-is due to wide critical public response.

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6. In 1999, Gillibrand began working on Hillary Clinton's 2000 US Senate campaign, focusing on campaigning to young women and encouraging them to join the effort.

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