Speaker Nancy Pelosi

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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...'
January 6, 2007 Articles
'I wanted to come back here to say thank you to all of you, for the spirit of community that has always strengthened and inspired my life,' Pelosi said. 'Every step that I took to the speakership began in this neighborhood.'
January 5, 2007 Press Release
'House Democrats got straight to work this week by passing the toughest Congressional ethics reform in history...'
January 5, 2007 Blog
'House Democrats got straight to work this week by passing the toughest Congressional ethics reform in history...'
January 5, 2007 Blog
The American people demonstrated in the November elections that they don't believe your current Iraq policy will lead to success and that we need a change in direction for the sake of our troops and the Iraqi people...
January 5, 2007 Press Release
The American people demonstrated in the November elections that they don't believe your current Iraq policy will lead to success and that we need a change in direction for the sake of our troops and the Iraqi people...
January 5, 2007 Articles
"For Pelosi, yesterday's election was not only the culmination of a long climb by women through the ranks of Congress but also the personal triumph of a hard-nosed partisan, a grandmother of six who methodically plotted the Democrats' return to power after more than a decade in the minority."
January 4, 2007 Speech
'My path to the Speakership began in Baltimore where my father was Mayor. I was raised in a large family that was devoutly Catholic, deeply patriotic, proud of our Italian American heritage, and staunchly Democratic...'
January 3, 2007 Articles
Meyerson: "Nancy Pelosi, as smooth as Phil Burton was rough, is far more open to openness in the legislative process than her sometimes secretive mentor was."

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