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May 26, 2007 Blog
Speaker Pelosi today announced that she is leading a bipartisan Congressional Delegation trip to Greenland, Germany, Great Britain and Belgium to meet with leading scientists and political leaders working on solutions to combat global warmi
May 26, 2007 Articles
"Pelosi acknowledged that some in Congress and the administration see climate change as a hopeless cause while others give it their highest priority. In seeking solutions, she said, 'we need to shorten the distance between inconceivable and inevitable.'"
May 25, 2007 Press Release
"These initiatives honor the priorities of the American people, including an increase in the minimum wage, more resources for our children's health, for those who have suffered through natural disasters, and for the men and women in uniform who courageously serve our nation."
May 25, 2007 Blog
Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers sent the following letter to Attorney General Gonzales formally requesting that Deputy Attorney General McNulty and Principal Associate Deputy A
May 24, 2007 Blog
Tonight, the House passed the Iraq Supplemental. The Speaker voted against the legislation providing funding for the war in Iraq saying:

May 24, 2007 Press Release
"'Congressman Brady's experience as a leading member of the House Administration Committee and his in-depth knowledge of the internal functions of the House will make him a powerful voice as Chairman,' Speaker Pelosi said. 'I know Congressman Brady will expand upon the efforts of Chairwoman Millender-McDonald to promote equality and diversity on Capitol Hill.'"
May 24, 2007 Press Release
"'Led by our newest Members, House Democrats have acted to make this Congress the most honest and open Congress in history. On the first day of the 110th Congress, we passed a landmark rules package - the toughest ethics reform in history - that broke the link between lobbyists and legislators: no gifts, no private jets, and no meals from lobbyists."
May 24, 2007 Press Release
"'I thank the gentleman, the distinguished Chairman of the Appropriations Committee, Mr. Obey, for his brilliance in bringing the legislation to the floor that we have today. With this bill, we can express ourselves on the direction of this war, and at the same time, have the opportunity to meet the emergency needs of the people of America - the Hurricane Katrina survivors, our farmers suffering from natural disasters, children without health insurance, our veterans. We are raising the minimum wage for millions of our hardest working Americans."
May 24, 2007 Blog
Today the Education and Labor Subcommittee on Workforce Protections held a hearing examining the need to extend OSHA standards to cover state, county, and municipal workers who
May 24, 2007 Blog
Following up on the hearing held on March 28, 2007, the Oversight Committee will hold a hearing on June 7, 2007, to examine statements made by GSA Administrator Lurita Doa