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January 11, 2007 Articles
"The 315 to 116 vote could begin the process of ending Congress's longest stretch without a minimum-wage increase since the mandatory minimum was created in 1938. In the past decade, inflation has depleted the value of the minimum wage to the lowest level in more than 50 years."
January 10, 2007 Press Release
In the first 100 legislative hours of this Congress, House Democrats will continue to work to increase prosperity, opportunity, and security for all Americans, not just the privileged few.'
January 10, 2007 Press Release
'While we all want to see a stable and peaceful Iraq, many current and former senior military leaders have made clear that sending more American combat troops does not advance that goal...'
January 10, 2007 Blog
'While we all want to see a stable and peaceful Iraq, many current and former senior military leaders have made clear that sending more American combat troops does not advance that goal...'
January 10, 2007 Press Release
'The days of smoke-filled rooms in the United States Capitol are over...
January 10, 2007 Articles
"Anti-terror legislation sailed through the House on Tuesday, the first in a string of measures designed to fulfill campaign promises made by Democrats last fall."
January 9, 2007 Press Release
Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced today that the House Democratic Steering Committee approved second committee assignments for freshmen Members...
January 8, 2007 Articles
"The irony of the last six years, a period when 'conservatives' ran Congress and the White House, is that Washington has run six consecutive budget deficits and added $3 trillion to the federal debt. That's bad for the economy, in the long run, and unfair to future taxpayers. Maybe the 'liberals' can do better."
January 7, 2007 Blog
'The deaths of 3,000 U.S. soldiers in Iraq is a sad reminder of the consequences of the Administration's failed policy...'
January 7, 2007 Press Release
'The deaths of 3,000 U.S. soldiers in Iraq is a sad reminder of the consequences of the Administration's failed policy...'

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