Rep. Cooper Joins the No Labels Congressional Problem-Solvers Group
January 14, 2013
Congressman Stands with 23 Other Members of Congress to Build Trust Across the Aisle
Rep. Jim Cooper (TN-05) has joined the newly formed No Labels congressional problem-solvers, a group of 24 members of Congress – Democrats and Republicans from both the House and Senate – who have committed to meeting regularly to build trust across the aisle. Cooper is a co-founder of No Labels, a nonpartisan citizen movement started in 2011 to encourage bipartisanship and problem-solving inWashington.
The problem-solvers group within No Labels is growing rapidly, and was unveiled in its entirety today at No Labels’ Meeting to Make America Work! in
“By joining the problem-solvers, Congressman Cooper is proving his commitment to working across the aisle to do what’s best for the country,” No Labels Honorary Co-Chair Governor Jon Huntsman said. “This group is truly patriotic – its members are putting the country first to solve problems.”
“The problem-solvers group is a big deal,” No Labels Honorary Co-Chair Senator Joe Manchin said. “They can help break the gridlock and blame game that have become so pervasive in
To learn more about the problem-solvers group or No Labels, visit www.nolabels.org.