Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz says Giffords "still has a long way to go" in her recovery, and "will be back at all her therapies" Wednesday.
Seven months ago, Giffords was shot in the head in the parking lot of a Tucson grocery store while meeting with constituents. She returned to Washington to vote for the bill raising the nation's debt limit.
Wasserman Schultz said even "the most grizzled, hardened hearts"
melted when lawmakers realized Giffords was back at the Capitol.
She said Giffords was "so appreciative of the outpouring of
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