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Speaker Boehner Meets With House GOP Negotiators to Discuss Keystone XL

April 25, 2012

Speaker John Boehner met with the House Republican negotiators today who will work with the Democratic-controlled Senate to move forward on the Keystone XL energy project, as well as key infrastructure reforms designed to ensure taxpayer dollars used on roads and bridges are spent more effectively and efficiently.  Click here for a hi-res version of the photo. Read More

Republican Women Announce Proposal Renewing the Violence Against Women Act

April 25, 2012

Reps. Sandy Adams (R-FL), Kristi Noem (R-SD), and group of Republican women lawmakers today announced a proposal  for renewing the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) -- an important tool for preventing domestic violence and sexual assault, and supporting the victims of these crimes.  Read More

PHOTOS: Speaker Boehner Takes Part in National Days of Remembrance Ceremony

April 19, 2012

Earlier today, the National Days of Remembrance ceremony honoring the victims of the Holocaust took place in the Capitol Rotunda.  Speaker Boehner took part, lighting a memorial candle with Per Westerberg, speaker of the Swedish parliament, and Helen Lebowitz Goldkind, a survivor of Auschwitz.  Israeli ambassador Michael Oren, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, and Sara Bloomfield, director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, also delivered remarks. Read More

PHOTO: Speaker Boehner & Cardinal McCarrick

April 17, 2012

Speaker John Boehner met with Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, Archbishop Emeritus of Washington, at the U.S. Capitol today to discuss the importance of religious freedom. Click here for a high-res version. (Official Photo by Bryant Avondoglio) Read More

PHOTO: Speaker Boehner & NASCAR Champ Tony Stewart

April 17, 2012

Speaker John Boehner met with 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Tony Stewart on the Speaker's Balcony of the U.S. Capitol today. Click here for a high-res version and here for another photo with Stewart and NASCAR President Mike Helton. (Official Photos by Bryant Avondoglio) Read More