A fierce advocate for Michigan working families
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (MI-13) is an attorney, a community activist, the daughter of Palestinian immigrants, and the first Muslim woman to ever serve in the Michigan legislature. Elected to Congress in 2018 after winning a tough primary, Tlaib’s district includes the city of Detroit and many surrounding communities. She was a state representative in Michigan for six years, where she took on the Koch brothers in a fight to remove pollutants from Detroit’s riverfront.
A critical voice pushing back against corporate greed
On the campaign trail and in Congress, she has been a strong voice against corporate special interests, and a proponent of campaign finance reform, as well as a co-sponsor on H.R. 1, the For the People Act. In Congress, she’s taking on the insurance industry by trying to end the discriminatory practice of using credit scores to determine auto insurance rates.
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