December 10, 2002Press Item
Democratic Whip-Elect Steny Hoyer (MD-5) released the following statement today on the second day of the House Democratic economic forum during a press availability with other members of the House Democratic Leadership
November 14, 2002Press Item
Congressman Steny Hoyer (D-MD) released the following statement today upon election by unanimous acclamation as the new House Democratic Whip ...
January 24, 2003Press Item
House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD) released the following statement today in response to news reports that the Administration is planning to propose a plan that would force Medicare beneficiaries to join private health plans to obtain prescription drug coverage...
January 9, 2003Press Item
WASHINGTON - House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer released the following statement today regarding the Democratic Governors' Association's Economic Stimulus plan ...
December 20, 2002Press Item
WASHINGTON – Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (D-MD), the incoming House Democratic Whip, released the following statement today at a press conference attended by Senior House Democrats who called for the immediate extension of unemployment insurance benefits (Congressman Hoyer, who was attending a funeral in his Congressional District, was unable to attend the press conference) ...
January 4, 2003Press Item
Republicans returning on Tuesday to take over Congress have been bestowed with a precious political opportunity — the second chance.
January 10, 2003Press Item
WASHINGTON - House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer released the following statement today in response to Vice President Cheney's speech in defense of the Bush Administration's economic plan and today's report that the economy lost 101,000 jobs in December ...
July 2, 2010Press Item
Today's release of employment numbers from June brings mixed news. On one hand, it's encouraging that the private sector, whose job creation is essential to our recovery, added 83,000 jobs last month.
July 2, 2010Press Item
Today, the Department of Labor released their jobs report for June.
July 2, 2010Press Item
Majority Leader Steny Hoyer is raising his profile both as a statesman and a partisan street brawler as the November elections near, moves that have drawn praise from Democrats while raising a few questions about what he's gunning for.
July 2, 2010Press Item
Today, the Labor Department reported that the private sector created 83,000 jobs in June and the unemployment rate dropped from 9.7% in May to 9.5% in June, the lowest level since July 2009.
July 1, 2010Press Item
Americans will see two important changes starting today to give them greater control over their health care and enhance their insurance options.
July 1, 2010Press Item
Today, the House voted to restore and extend unemployment insurance for more than 1 million Americans facing long-term joblessness.
July 1, 2010Press Item
Tonight the House passed a budget that cuts spending and reaffirms Democrats' strong commitment to fiscal responsibility, while also making clear that our top priority remains job creation.
July 1, 2010Press Item
Tonight, the House passed a one-year budget enforcement resolution.
June 30, 2010Press Item
Today's Long-Term Budget Outlook from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office confirms that our budget is on a dangerously unsustainable course.
June 30, 2010Press Item
Wall Street Reform shuts down TARP, eliminates Treasury's ability to recycle TARP repayments and requires that all TARP repayments must immediately go to Treasury – helping reduce the national debt.
June 30, 2010Press Item
This week, the Republican Leader, Mr. Boehner, compared reforming Wall Street to "killing an ant with a nuclear weapon." The greatest economic crisis since the Depression may look miniature to him—but not to the eight million Americans whose jobs it took away, or the millions more who saw their savings devastated, or the families in every one of our districts who have lost their homes.  
June 30, 2010Press Item
Today, the House passed legislation to shut down TARP, crack down on the risky behavior that led to the financial meltdown, and ensure that financial firms will cover the cost of shutting down failing firms.
June 29, 2010Press Item
Congress will debate its divisions over U.S. policy on Afghanistan a week after a Rolling Stone magazine article showed tensions in the Obama administration's war team that led to the dismissal of Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal as chief commander of American and NATO troops there.