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April 2, 2008Press Item
Mr. Speaker, five years ago, the United States made an unprecedented commitment to the people of the world who suffer from HIV and AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis.
April 2, 2008Press Item
Fire Administration.
April 4, 2008Press Item
There’s no question that the economy President Bush will hand off to his successor in January will be worse than the economy he inherited. This President’s economic program – exemplified by today’s very disappointing jobs report – is just further evidence that his policies are failing Americans.
April 4, 2008The Weekly Whip
Beach Protection Act, National Landscape Conservation System Act and Suspensions.
April 1, 2008Press Item
Mr. Speaker, forty years ago this Friday, Martin Luther King, Jr. was murdered. He was an American prophet. He called us to love justice, to love our brothers and sisters of every color. He spoke the truth. But on April 4, 1968, he was taken from us.
April 1, 2008The Daily Whip
Global Aids Bill.
March 28, 2008The Weekly Whip
Suspensions, Global Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, U.S. Fire Administration Reauthorization
March 14, 2008Press Item
House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer (MD), House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers, and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Silvestre Reyes applauded today’s passage of the FISA Amendments Act, which passed the House 213-197.
March 18, 2008Press Item
As the war in Iraq enters its sixth year on Wednesday, two things are abundantly clear.
March 25, 2008Press Item
Today’s report is yet another reminder that these two critical programs – Social Security and Medicare – face real long-term challenges that must be addressed in a bipartisan way.
March 21, 2008Press Item
The House leadership note the beginning of the sixth year of the war in Iraq.
March 13, 2008Press Item
I did not hear any new information tonight that dissuades me from my very strong belief that the FISA bill House Democrats have produced – and which the House will vote on tomorrow – is a reasonable, thoughtful, appropriate piece of legislation.
March 14, 2008Press Item
Mr. Speaker, let me first say that every single Member of this body wants to enable our intelligence community to detect, disrupt and eliminate terrorists who have no compunction about planning and participating in the mass killings of innocent men, women and children.
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