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Michele A. Bachmann (R-Minn.) is a veteran and a former member of the House Armed Services Committee.
She is the first woman in Congress to represent the state in Congress.
The Minnesota congresswoman represents the western half of the state and is the ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee.
A new survey of the current US women in uniform found that there are more women than men in uniform, with 40 percent of those women and 29 percent of men in the uniform.
Women comprise 40 percent or more of active duty personnel in the military, according to the U.S. military.
In the Navy, there are 31 percent women and 27 percent men.
The Marine Corps has a smaller female force but women make up about two-thirds of its officers.
The survey also found that, overall, women are less likely than men to have been in the armed forces, with 46 percent of women and 33 percent of guys saying they were in the Army, Navy or Air Force.
The Marines, the Air Force and Navy have the largest male presence in the service.
In the Marines, men and women are nearly equally likely to have served in combat roles, with more than one-third of both genders saying they served in a combat unit.
But men are more likely to report being deployed to war zones and have been wounded in combat than women.
Men are also more likely than women to say they were deployed to Afghanistan.
The military in Afghanistan has a female commander, but the Marines and Air Force do not.
The Pentagon says that since 2010, there have been no combat casualties among female Marines or Airforce members.
More than half of women say they have been exposed to sexual harassment and assault during their time in uniform.
But they are more than twice as likely as men to say that they have experienced harassment or assault on the job.
About two-fifths of women (61 percent) said that they experienced sexual harassment in the workplace or social media.
Men are much more likely (63 percent) to say harassment and sexual assault happened in their workplace.
More women than the men said that their supervisors did not respond to their complaints.
More than a third of women said that supervisors were less likely to help them resolve a complaint of harassment, but a third (34 percent) of men said the opposite.
More men than women said they felt unsafe in the work environment.
A majority of men (55 percent) and a quarter of women felt unsafe.
About two-third (35 percent) felt that the workplace was unsafe.
More people than women are saying that they had been sexually assaulted in the past.
Roughly one-quarter of women reported that they or someone they knew had been physically assaulted.
Nearly a third reported that someone had attempted to force himself on them, but more than half reported that a stranger had tried to do the same.
Men and women have a different experience of sexual harassment, although there are similar experiences.
About half of men say that their friends or family members have tried to force themselves on them or that someone they know had tried.
Women are more inclined to say their friends/family members have attempted it (46 percent) or someone in their own group (39 percent).
About half of people in the survey reported experiencing sexual harassment by their colleagues.
Men were much more apt to report experiencing it than women (46 and 39 percent, respectively).
More women (55 to 47 percent) than men said they experienced unwanted physical contact, but only men reported being touched inappropriately by their coworkers (43 percent and 42 percent, for example).
About half (52 percent) also reported having been kissed by someone they did not know.
The findings suggest that some women might feel less comfortable in the presence of male colleagues because they may be afraid of being sexually assaulted.
But the survey found that the vast majority of women have experienced sexual contact by a male colleague at some point.
In her interview with The Washington Post, Bachmann said that sexual harassment is a major issue for her in Congress and said that it is important to ensure that everyone in the United States has access to quality healthcare and other benefits that are not provided to people who are not covered by insurance.In