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July 2, 2007 Blog
Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers released the following statement upon learning of President Bush's decision to commute former White House official Scooter Libby's prison sentence:

July 2, 2007 Press Release
"'The President's commutation of Scooter Libby's prison sentence does not serve justice, condones criminal conduct, and is a betrayal of trust of the American people."
July 2, 2007 Press Release
"'As the incidents over the weekend in London and Glasgow demonstrate, we must do more protect Americans from terrorism. To make our nation safer, we must pass legislation implementing the recommendations of the independent 9/11 Commission."
July 2, 2007 Blog
As the incidents over the weekend in London and Glasgow demonstrate, we must do more protect Americans from terrorism. To make our nation safer, we must pass legislation implementing the recommendations of the independent 9/11 Commission.
June 29, 2007 Press Release
"'The Peru-U.S. Free Trade Agreement that Peru's legislature ratified this week is an historic accomplishment in trade policy and in our bilateral relationship with a strong friend in a region vital to U.S. economic and national security. The agreement has great potential to strengthen the economic ties between our two great countries and to improve standards of living in both countries. It also reflects long-standing Democratic priorities with the inclusion of enforceable, internationally recognized labor rights and environmental standards."
June 29, 2007 Press Release
"Even with Republicans trying to block our efforts at every turn, this Democratic Congress is delivering on our promises to the American people as we continue to put working families first and make our nation more secure. Both the House and Senate have passed the bipartisan 9/11 Commission recommendations and tough ethics and lobbying reform, while also raising the minimum wage and balancing the budget. Yesterday Republicans once again objected to making our country safer and cleaning up Washington, blocking Democrats' efforts to move the 9/11 Commission recommendations and ethics reform bills to conference."
June 29, 2007 Articles
"Democratic leaders of Congress Friday took the wraps off a new effort to force troop withdrawals from Iraq, hoping to heap more political misery on a weakened President George W. Bush."
June 29, 2007 Blog
Today, House and Senate Judiciary Chairmen John Conyers and Patrick Leahy sent a letter to White House Counsel Fred Fielding, responding to the President's executive privilege assertion over documents relating to
June 29, 2007 Blog
On January 30th the New York Times ran the following piece:

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