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February 28, 2007 Blog
Rep. Mel Watt, Chairman of the Financial Services Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, presided over a hearing today: Insurance Claims Payment Processes in the Gulf Coast after the 2005 Hurricanes.

Watch Rep. Gene Taylor testify on the experiences of his Mississippi constituents with the insurance companies in the wake of Hurricane Katrina:

February 28, 2007 Blog
Debate begins tomorrow on the Employee Free Choice Act, and we will be sure to have coverage. President Bush has already promised a veto -- Education and Labor Committee Chairman George Miller responds:

February 28, 2007 Blog
Walter Reed patients told to keep quiet

Kelly Kennedy, Air Force Times - February 28, 2007

February 28, 2007 Blog
From the "Current Legislation" section of this web site, which will keep you up to date on major upcoming legislation:

February 27, 2007 Blog
More of the people's business being done in the People's House. From the Education & Labor Committee:

February 27, 2007 Blog
Today, the Washington Post asks the question, "When is $4 million really $2.8 million?" and continues:

February 27, 2007 Blog
As has been widely reported, the risk posed by the inordinate strain on our troops and our military continues to grow, and has been fully recognized at the top levels of our military:

Gen. Pace: Military capability eroding

Associated Press - February 27, 2007

February 27, 2007 Blog
Whereas many derided the previous Congress as the "Do-nothing Congress," every day now one can see the wheels turning in innumerable committees and subcommittees to protect and expand opportunity for working Americans. An example of that can be found in a new report out on mine safety from the Education and Labor Committee -- but first some background.
February 27, 2007 Blog
Lawmakers to scrutinize Walter Reed

Jonathan E. Kaplan, The Hill - February 27, 2007

February 26, 2007 Blog
Last June, Armed Services Chairman Ike Skelton asked Army chief of staff, Gen. Peter J. Schoomaker, "Are you comfortable with the readiness level for the non-deployed units that are in the continental United States?" Gen.

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