Transportation

Week of September 22, 2003

» 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 September 15, 2003

For Immediate Release:

September 15, 2003

Contact:

» Please view the "Weekly Whip" outlining the Floor Schedule for the week of September 15, 2003.

Floor items that you may want to do press on:

     •   H.R. 7 - Charitable Giving Act of 2003

     •   H.R. 2115 - Century of Aviation FAA reauthorization Conference Report

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.

House Dems Chide GOP On Legislative Record

For Immediate Release:

May 20, 2004

Contact:Staff

CongressDaily

Top House Democrats, including House Minority Leader Pelosi and House Minority Whip Hoyer, today will highlight major bills Congress has failed to pass this session, including a reauthorization of surface transportation programs, a repeal of the foreign sales corporation/extraterritorial income tax scheme, a comprehensive energy package and a full, five-year FY05 budget resolution.

South Capitol Street Bridge Receives Funding

For Immediate Release:

January 26, 2004

Contact:Bree Hocking

Roll Call

A key transportation artery is in line for some much-needed repairs after last week’s Senate passage of the omnibus spending bill.

The legislation includes $7 million for structural and safety improvements to South Capitol Street and the Frederick Douglass Bridge from the Southeast-Southwest Freeway to Firth Sterling Avenue in Anacostia. The Douglass bridge is considered severely compromised when it comes to safety, structural adequacy, serviceability and function.

Hoyer: Bush Budget Lacks Credibility

“When It Comes to Masquerading as a Fiscal Conservative, President Bush Deserves an Academy Award”

For Immediate Release:

February 2, 2004

Contact:Stacey Farnen
202-225-3130

WASHINGTON, DC – House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer (MD) released the following statement today regarding President Bush’s Fiscal Year 2005 Budget:

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