August 25, 2020

Saratoga: In case you missed it, Taxin’ Tedra Cobb stole and copied a bill that Congresswoman Stefanik wrote, passed, and had signed into law — and plagiarized it part of her veterans plan.

Washington Free Beacon:

“Dem challenger seemingly unaware that Stefanik’s military families bill is already law.

“A new proposal by New York Democrat Tedra Cobb mirrors legislation that was already introduced by the Republican she is running to unseat—and signed into law by the president in 2017.

“Cobb accused her opponent, Rep. Elise Stefanik (R.), of turning a “blind eye” to American soldiers in a Tuesday tweet promoting her own ‘plan to support our veterans.’ While Cobb’s plan says New York veterans ‘deserve more than what they are getting from Washington,’ one of its proposed reforms is the Military Family Stability Act, which Stefanik first sponsored in January 2017.

“Support legislation such as the Military Family Stability Act, which provides flexible timing when moving for new assignments,” Cobb’s plan says.

“Should Cobb’s congressional bid prove successful, however, the Democrat would not be able to vote in support of Stefanik’s bill. The legislation was signed into law in December 2017. Stefanik criticized Cobb, who did not return request for comment, for failing to follow the bill’s progress.”

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