United States Capitol Tourist attraction in Washington, United States

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Map gps coordinates: 38.888889, -77.008889
Address: 45 Independence Ave SE, Washington, DC 20515, USA

In 1789, Madison became a leader in the new House of Representatives, drafting many general laws.

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Adams was elected as U.S. Representative from Massachusetts in 1830.

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Jackson served briefly in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate representing Tennessee.

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Moses is one of the 23 lawgivers depicted in marble bas-reliefs in the chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives in the United States Capitol. The plaque's overview states: "Moses (c. 1350–1250 B.C.) Hebrew prophet and lawgiver; transformed a wandering people into a nation; received the Ten Commandments."

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A member of the Democratic Party, John Kennedy represented the state of Massachusetts in the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate prior to becoming president.

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Summer 1949 brought an unwanted distraction for Jackie Robinson. In July, he was called to testify before the United States House of Representatives' Committee (located at Capitol) on Un-American Activities (HUAC) concerning statements made that April by black athlete and actor Paul Robeson. Robinson was reluctant to testify, but he eventually agreed to do so, fearing it might negatively affect his career if he declined.

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