May 2, 2008Press Item
Settling in across from Steny Hoyer in his Capitol office, I tell the Maryland Democrat he'd "really make my day" if he'd use this interview to finally endorse Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama for president.
May 2, 2008The Weekly Whip
Suspensions, Consumer Product Safety Modernization Act Motion to go to Conference, Neighborhood Stabilization Act, and American Housing Rescue and Foreclosure Prevention Act
May 1, 2008Press Item
Throughout the month of May, we recognize the third annual Jewish American Heritage Month, an opportunity to reflect on the long history of Jewish Americans and to celebrate their many contributions to our nation.
April 30, 2008The Daily Whip
Suspensions, Providing for consideration of motions to suspend the Rules, Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act as Amended, Kind Motion to Instruct Conferees on H.R. 2419, Ryan (WI) Motion to Instruct Conferees on H.R. 2419
May 1, 2008Press Item
Five years ago today, President Bush climbed out of a Navy jet, walked onto the deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln, posed for the cameras beneath a MISSION ACCOMPLISHED banner, and declared: ‘Major combat operations in Iraq have ended.’
May 1, 2008Press Item
I strongly support this historic, bipartisan legislation – the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) – which is the product of more than a dozen years of work and which is long overdue.
April 29, 2008Press Item
The President’s comments on the economy today clearly demonstrate why his popularity is at record lows in national polls now, and why his Administration will be viewed by historians as a failure.
April 29, 2008Press Item
Worker Protection Against Combustible Dust Explosion and Fire Act, Consumer Product Safety Modernization Act and Suspensions
April 25, 2008The Weekly Whip
Suspensions, Combustible Dust, Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act
April 28, 2008Press Item
Today marks the beginning of ‘Cover the Uninsured Week,’ which is designed to remind us of the plight of the 47 million Americans who lack health insurance – despite living in the richest country in the world.
April 28, 2008Press Item
Today’s decision by the Supreme Court is extremely disappointing. Restrictive voter identification laws result in registered voters being denied their right to vote, which is simply unacceptable.
April 22, 2008Press Item
Madam Speaker, it is fitting today that Members on both sides of the aisle join to recognize the founding of our nation’s steadfast friend and ally, the State of Israel; to reconfirm the special bond that exists between our two nations; and to reiterate that the support for Israel in this Congress is bipartisan, overwhelming and stronger than ever.
April 22, 2008Press Item
Today on Equal Pay Day, we mark how far into the year a woman must work, on average, before equaling the amount of money earned by a man during the previous calendar year.
April 22, 2008The Daily Whip
Suspensions, SBIR, Coast Guard Authorization
April 23, 2008Press Item
It is absolutely outrageous that, with seven million more Americans being added to the rolls of the uninsured since President Bush took office, this Administration is actually trying to impose changes to Medicaid regulations that could affect the ability of millions of indigent Americans from receiving the health care they need and deserve.
April 18, 2008The Weekly Whip
Suspensions, Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program, Coast Guard Authorization
April 21, 2008Press Item
Tomorrow is the 38th Earth Day, a day to reflect on the progress we’ve made for the health of our planet – and to remember how much more remains to be done.
April 18, 2008Press Item
House Democrats respond to the weak proposal put forward by President Bush on Wednesday to stem global warming.