November 7, 2007Press Item
This Peru Free Trade Agreement is an historic accomplishment in trade policy and in our relationship with a strong ally in a region that is vital to our economic and national security.
November 7, 2007The Daily Whip
Appropriations; Homeowner protection
November 8, 2007The Daily Whip
Tax Relief and Motion to Go To Conference On The Defense Authorization Bill
November 6, 2007Press Item
Mr. Speaker, I first want to thank the Chairman of the Appropriations Committee, David Obey – who also chairs the Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education – for his hard work and vision in putting this appropriations conference report together.
November 2, 2007Press Item
November 5, 2007The Daily Whip
WRDA, Labor-HHS, Suspensions
November 2, 2007Press Item
On Tuesday, the House will vote to override the President’s veto of WRDA.
November 1, 2007Press Item
One year ago, the American people looked at Congress, and here’s what they saw: They saw a rubber-stamp for the Bush Administration.
November 1, 2007Press Item
One year ago, the American people demanded a New Direction: to make America safer, to help restore the American dream, and to restore accountability and fiscal responsibility to the people's government.
October 31, 2007Press Item
This week, Democrats will move forward a package of bills that invest in the nation’s top priorities.
October 30, 2007The Daily Whip
Trade, Labor, Health and Human Services, Education
October 31, 2007Press Item
While it may be fitting for President Bush to trot out bogeymen on Halloween, his comments today are a clear sign that he is isolated and desperate in his attempt to block bipartisan legislation extending health insurance to 10 million low-income American children.
October 31, 2007Press Item
When TAA was established in 1962, it represented a commitment to ensure the viability of American workers adversely affected by international trade.
October 30, 2007Press Item
Today, rather than working with Democrats and Republicans in Congress who are determined to extend health insurance to 10 million low-income, working-class American children, the top two Republican leaders in the House of Representatives chose to stand with the one person who constitutes the biggest obstacle to providing that health coverage – President Bush.
October 30, 2007Press Item
Today, the House passed legislation extending the Internet tax moratorium for seven years, the longest extension since the moratorium began.