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Rep. Aaron Schock Plays Not My Job

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Rep. Aaron Schock Plays Not My Job

Rep. Aaron Schock Plays Not My Job

Rep. Aaron Schock Plays Not My Job

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Aaron Schock
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At 28 years old, Illinois Republican Aaron Schock has the dubious honor of being the first U.S. Congressman to have been born after 1980. Since he was roughly negative-12-years-old in 1969, Schock will help us celebrate the 40th anniversary of Woodstock by answering three questions about the iconic 60s music festival.

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