Joel Blizzard

Indivisible

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Joel Blizzard is an English and history teacher. He is a member of an Indivisible chapter in New York.

Joel Blizzard on KCRW

Normally, town halls at home are a staple of Congressional recesses.

Republicans go home again — keeping their heads down

Normally, town halls at home are a staple of Congressional recesses.

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