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Boehner Closing Floor Speech on Iraq Resolution

February 15, 2007

Today House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-OH) delivered closing remarks on the Iraq resolution brought to the floor by House Democrats. Below are Boehner’s remarks as prepared: “I thank the Gentleman for yielding and for the opportunity to speak once again on the task we face as a nation. The resolution before us is non-binding. But it is a first step down a treacherous path – a path that, if followed, will endanger Americans for generations to come. Read More

Boehner Opening Floor Speech on Iraq Resolution

February 12, 2007

House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-OH) delivered opening remarks on the Iraq resolution brought to the House floor by House Democrats. Below are Boehner’s remarks as prepared: "Madame Speaker, today we begin an extended debate on a resolution criticizing the latest effort by American forces to win in Iraq. Read More

Floor Statement on the Medicare Prescription Drug Price Negotiation Act (H.R. 4)

January 11, 2007

REPUBLICAN LEADER JOHN A. BOEHNER (R-OH)JANUARY 12, 2007(Remarks as Prepared)“Madame Speaker, I rise today in opposition to HR 4, a bill that would limit seniors’ choices by bringing government price controls to the popular Medicare prescription drug program. Read More

Boehner Statement the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act

January 10, 2007

FLOOR STATEMENT ON THE STEM CELL RESEARCH ENHANCEMENT ACT (H.R. 3) REPUBLICAN LEADER JOHN A. BOEHNER (R-OH)JANUARY 11, 2007(Remarks as Prepared) Read More

Boehner Statement on Resolution Honoring Former President Gerald Ford

January 08, 2007

  RESOLUTION HONORING FORMER PRESIDENT GERALD FORD HOUSE REPUBLICAN LEADER JOHN BOEHNER (R-OH)(Remarks as Prepared)Gerald Ford served America with great distinction – first in the military, then as a Member of the U.S. House, and later as Vice President and President of the United States. After faithfully serving his Michigan constituents for 25 years in the House, he was called to serve all of the American people in the White House when his country needed him most. Read More

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