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May 1, 2017Press Item
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen has spent her more than three decades in public service working to build consensus and forge compromises that benefit Floridians and all Americans. 
May 1, 2017Press Item
I join in celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, when Americans of all backgrounds pay tribute to the extraordinary contributions of our country’s Asian-American and Pacific Islander communities.
April 26, 2017Press Item
Saturday, April 29 marks Donald Trump’s 100th day as president. His first 100 days have been defined by chaos, incompetence and broken promises to the American people.
April 4, 2017Press Item
Today, on Equal Pay Day, I stand in solidarity with women across the country who demand equal pay for equal work.  
April 4, 2017Press Item
The Democratic whip operation is focused on government transparency, one piece of technology at a time.
March 30, 2017Press Item
Today, I’m proud to announce a major update to ‘Whip Watch’ to make it an even better resource for Members, staff, and the public
March 10, 2017Press Item
Never before have I seen a presidency so out of touch with American values and the responsibility our government has to serve the American people. 
March 8, 2017Press Item
Today, Americans across the country are marking International Women’s Day in different ways.
March 7, 2017Press Item
This evening, I was proud to join my colleagues in supporting bipartisan legislation to name the Veterans Affairs community-based outpatient clinic in Pago Pago after our friend and former Delegate Eni Faleomavaega, who sadly passed away on February 22. 
March 5, 2017Press Item
President Trump's outrageous allegations this weekend paint a picture of someone obsessed with wild conspiracy theories and detached from reality.
March 1, 2017Press Item
This year, we mark Women’s History Month proud of the milestones of the past but filled even more with a determination to secure the future of equality and opportunity yet to be achieved. 
February 28, 2017Press Item
Tonight, President Trump stood before the United States Congress and gave a speech long on rhetoric but short on any real policy agenda.  
February 1, 2017Press Item
As we celebrate Black History Month, we pay tribute to those who fought for freedom and equality, broke down barriers, and contributed to the richness of our nation’s culture.  
January 31, 2017Press Item
In Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump has found a jurist with a troubling history outside the mainstream. 
January 30, 2017Press Item
Tonight's firing of Acting Attorney General Sally Yates represents an alarming step for an administration already raising serious questions about its competence to govern. 
January 27, 2017Press Item
Today, people across the world observe International Holocaust Remembrance Day, remembering the 11 million innocent civilians who perished at the hands of the Nazis.  
January 23, 2017Press Item
Well, I think this was largely, Erin, an opportunity for him to get to know members of the leadership that he did not already know, and it was an opportunity to just have a, frankly, a conversation, although serious issues were brought up, but discussion in depth did not occur. 
January 20, 2017Press Item
President Trump had an opportunity today to unite this country in his inaugural remarks. 
January 19, 2017Press Item
Wanted to be sure you saw today's op-ed by Democratic Whip Steny H. Hoyer (MD) in The Hill ahead of President-Elect Trump's Inauguration, reminding him of his responsibility to represent all Americans. 
December 9, 2016Press Item
I am glad that President Obama is ordering a full review of Russian hacking and interference in our election, following the letter that I and other senior House Democrats sent earlier this week. 
December 8, 2016Press Item
Today, we lost a great American with the passing of former Sen. John Glenn.  
December 7, 2016Press Item
’December 7, 1941 – a date which will live in infamy.’  When President Roosevelt spoke those stirring words, he knew that generations hence would remember the attack on Pearl Harbor not only for the heroism and loss of life on that terrible day but also for the courage and perseverance that would characterize our nation in the days, months, and years ahead.