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March 13, 2008Press Item
Mr. Speaker, let me first thank the Chairman of the Budget Committee, John Spratt of South Carolina, for all of his hard work, patience and intelligence in producing this Democratic Budget Resolution – which is nothing less than a blueprint of our values and priorities.
March 11, 2008The Daily Whip
Concurrent Resolution on the Budget, Suspensions
March 12, 2008Press Item
The Democratic budget invest in the priorities of Americans in a fiscally responsible manner.
March 11, 2008Press Item
. Speaker, I strongly support H. Res. 895, which embodies the thoughtful and hard work of the Special Task Force on Ethics Enforcement, chaired by Rep. Capuano.
March 11, 2008Press Item
Locked in a standoff with the White House, House Democrats on Tuesday maintained their refusal to shield from civil lawsuits telecommunications companies that helped the government eavesdrop on their customers without a secret court's permission.
March 7, 2008Press Item
Budget, Ethics, Intelligence and Suspensions.
March 8, 2008Press Item
The President's veto of this critical legislation is a deeply misguided and harmful mistake that threatens to further undermine our credibility in the international community and to expose our military and intelligence personnel to the very same tactics and treatment.
March 10, 2008Press Item
Ethics, Intelligence, Suspensions.
March 6, 2008Press Item
The budget passed by the House Budget Committee today is a blueprint for strengthening our economy and making America safer, and it reflects the priorities of the American people.
March 6, 2008Press Item
On Wednesday, the House passed an historic bill providing mental health parity.
March 6, 2008Press Item
I want to express my sincere condolences to the State of Israel and the families of those who were murdered and injured in today’s terrorist attacks at the Mercaz Harav seminary.
March 7, 2008Press Item
The steep job loss for February reported today by the Labor Department is simply confirmation that the Bush Administration’s economic policies are failing the American people, and another indication of the economic insecurities that face hard-working families.
March 5, 2008Press Item
Mr. Speaker, I strongly support this long-overdue, bipartisan legislation to end discrimination against patients seeking treatment for mental illnesses.
February 29, 2008The Weekly Whip
Mental Health Parity, Volunteerism and Suspensions.