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May 1, 2007 Blog
Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer:

May 1, 2007 Blog
House Democrats took to the floor this afternoon in support of the Iraq Accountability Act, which was sent to the President today:

May 1, 2007 Blog
"The President vetoed our troops and the American people. His stubborn commitment to a failed strategy in Iraq is incomprehensible. He committed our great military to a failed strategy in violation of basic principles of war.
May 1, 2007 Blog
Speaker Pelosi signing the Iraq Accountability Act

In an enrollment ceremony, Speaker Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid joined in signing the Iraq Supplemental bill to be delivered to the Wh

May 1, 2007 Press Release
"'It is a tremendous honor for me to receive the George E. Brown, Jr. Memorial Award, and I thank the Science-Engineering-Technology Working Group for their recognition and for their efforts to promote innovation and competitiveness."
May 1, 2007 Press Release
"'Mindful of our responsibility to the Constitution and to the American people, I'm pleased to join in signing this Iraq legislation, which is so important to our national security. For the strong commitment to support our troops and to fill our promises to our veterans, this legislation honors the sacrifice of our men and women in uniform with benchmarks that hold the Iraqi government accountable. This legislation respects the wishes of the American people to end the Iraq war."
May 1, 2007 Press Release
"'Thank you, Mr. Leader. Earlier today, the leader and I sent to the President a bill that made a strong commitment to support our men and women in uniform and a strong commitment to honor our promises to our veterans."
May 1, 2007 Blog
According to the non-partisan Brookings Institution, the Iraqis are failing to meet the benchmarks laid out by President Bush himself in January and included in the House an
May 1, 2007 Blog
As noted this morning, the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform is holding a hearing: "The FDA's Vital Mission and Challenges for the Future." The Federal Drug Admi

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