After Saturday’s Melissa Harris-Perry, the host took a few minutes to continue the conversation with guest Kyrsten Sinema, the newly sworn-in Democratic congresswoman from Arizona. See the video above to hear Rep. Sinema tell her inspiring story and discuss Pell grants, public education, and the transition from state government to Capitol Hill that has just begun for her. For more about Rep. Sinema, read this profile in The Washington Post.
Once homeless, Kyrsten Sinema now a congresswoman
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