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HOUSE COMMITTEE SOLIDLY SUPPORTS FEDERAL EMPLOYEE PAY PARITY

Bipartisan Majority Supports Hoyer-Wolf-Moran Pay Amendment

For Immediate Release:

July 22, 2004

Contact:Stacey Farnen
202-225-3130

WASHINGTON, DC – The full House Appropriations Committee included, by a solid bipartisan vote of 42-16 (25 Democrats and 17 Republicans), a Federal Employee Pay Parity amendment in the Fiscal Year 2005 Transportation, Treasury, and Independent Agencies Appropriations Act today that was offered by Congressman Steny Hoyer (D-MD).  A bipartisan group of lawmakers, including Hoyer, Representatives Frank Wolf (R-VA), Jim Moran (D-VA), and Tom Davis (R-VA), worked to secure passage of the amendment, which provides for a 3.5% pay adjustment for federal civilian employees, includ

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HOYER A-76 CONTRACTING OUT AMENDMENT ADOPTED BY TRANSPORTATION – TREASURY SUBCOMMITTEE

Amendment Would Guarantee a Level Playing Field for Federal Employees

For Immediate Release:

July 15, 2004

Contact:Stacey Farnen
202-225-3130

WASHINGTON, DC – The House Transportation, Treasury Subcommittee accepted an amendment by House Democratic Whip Steny H. Hoyer (MD) today in subcommittee markup of the Fiscal Year 2005 Transportation, Treasury Appropriations Bill that will correct two serious deficiencies in the most recent A-76 revisions.  Those revisions, which were adopted on May 29, 2003, put federal employees at a competitive disadvantage and did not guarantee that taxpayer money will be economically spent:
  

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Week of July 5, 2004

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July 6, 2004

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2006 Cuts In Domestic Spending On Table

For Immediate Release:

May 27, 2004

Contact:Jonathan Weisman

The Washington Post

The White House put government agencies on notice this month that if President Bush is reelected, his budget for 2006 may include spending cuts for virtually all agencies in charge of domestic programs, including education, homeland security and others that the president backed in this campaign year.

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