Republican Outrages

Week of March 15, 2004

For Immediate Release:

March 15, 2004

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» Please view "The Weekly Whip" for the week of March 15, 2004

House Republican Leaders have announced another light week on the House Floor.  However, Democratsshould continue talking about the Fiscal Year 2005 Budget.

Fiscal Year 2005 Budget

Week of February 23, 2004

For Immediate Release:

February 23, 2004

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» Please view "The Weekly Whip" for the week of February 23, 2004

Once again, the House Republican Leadership has announced an extremely light schedule for the House Floor.  This weak schedule is indicative of what the American people can expect of the GOP controlled Congress this year

Week of September 22, 2003

For Immediate Release:

September 22, 2003

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» Please view the "Weekly Whip" outlining the Floor Schedule for the week of September 22, 2003.

Floor items that you may want to do press on:

H.R. 2115 - Century of Aviation FAA Reauthorization Conference Report


H.R.2115 - Century of Aviation FAA Reauthorization Conference Report

Week of October 13, 2003

For Immediate Release:

October 13, 2003

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» Please view "The Weekly Whip" for the week of October 13, 2003.

**Please note it is not clear that H.R. 2559 - Military Construction Appropriations Conference Report or H.R. 2691 - Interior Appropriations Conference Report, which are listed on the Weekly Whip, will actually come to the Floor. 

Floor items that you may want to do press on:

The Republicans’ Fiscal Flip-Flop

President Bush and Congressional Republicans Flip-Flop on Their Support for "Pay-As-You-Go"

For Immediate Release:

June 3, 2004

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» A report prepared by the Democratic Whip's Office, June 3, 2004, May 20, 2004

 

Budget memo serves as Democratic ammo

For Immediate Release:

May 28, 2004

Contact:Amy Fagan

Washington Times

Democrats were in a full-court press yesterday, criticizing President Bush for an administration document they say directs federal agencies to prepare preliminary 2006 budgets that cut spending for education, veterans benefits and other key programs after the 2004 election.

The document from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is meant as a guide to federal agencies as they begin to prepare their budget proposals for the 2006 fiscal year. The Washington Post first reported the memo yesterday.

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.

Latest From the House Floor

MONDAY, APRIL 20, 2015 On Monday, the House will meet at 2:00 p.m. in pro forma session. No votes are expected in the House.

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