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UPDATED: Hoyer Statement on President Trump's Address to Congress

For Immediate Release:

February 28, 2017

Contact:

Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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Hoyer Statement on President Trump's Address to Congress

For Immediate Release:

February 28, 2017

Contact:

Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

Office of the Democratic Whip Steny H.<div class=###

Hoyer Discusses President Trump's Joint Address to Congress on MSNBC's "For the Record with Greta"

For Immediate Release:

February 28, 2017

Contact:

Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

Office of the Democratic Whip Steny H.<div class=###

Trump’s Relationship with Russia: Calls Across the Board for an Independent Bipartisan Investigation

For Immediate Release:

February 28, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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That didn't take long.

Just as we predicted, House Republicans are back to the drawing board on their draft reconciliation bill. From the Hill:

“A day after House conservatives panned a leaked GOP draft ObamaCare replacement plan, a top Republican leader on Tuesday described the proposed legislation as ‘no longer even a viable draft that we’re working off of.’”

Hoyer: Republicans Have Put Party Loyalty Before the Best Interests of our Nation

For Immediate Release:

February 27, 2017

Contact:

Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

Office of the Democratic Whip Steny H.<div class=###

Hoyer Announces Guest for President Trump's Joint Address to Congress

For Immediate Release:

February 27, 2017

Contact:

Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

Office of the Democratic Whip Steny H.<div class=###

Hoyer Statement on the Trump Administration’s 2018 Budget Preview

For Immediate Release:

February 27, 2017

Contact:

Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

Office of the Democratic Whip Steny H.<div class=###

Hoyer Statement on Draft GOP Reconciliation Bill

For Immediate Release:

February 24, 2017

Contact:

Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

Office of the Democratic Whip Steny H.<div class=###

Just when we thought we’d heard it all…

... we see a headline like this: GOP Congressman Says A Drop In The Number Of Insured People Could Be "A Good Thing"

And that's coming from the Chair of the Energy and Commerce subcommittee on health, Rep. Mike Burgess (R-TX). We'd wager that most Americans don't agree that kicking millions of people off their health coverage is a "good thing."