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April 19, 2007 Blog
Debate on the rule for the DC Voting Rights Act, managed by Rep. Michael Arcuri (NY-25), has begun. Once the rule passes, full debate of the bill will begin.
April 18, 2007 Blog
This morning we covered the Shareholder Vote on Executive Compensation Act, introduced by Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank, which would allow shareholders a non-binding vote on executive compensation plans
April 18, 2007 Blog
Today the House and Senate Judiciary Committees received a letter from anonymous Justice Department employees concerning widespread politicization at the Justice Department.
April 18, 2007 Blog
I concur with the view of the distinguished Senate Majority Leader that this was a productive meeting with the President. He took the time to hear our views and shared his with us.
April 18, 2007 Blog
The Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on Information Policy, Census, and National Archives is currently holding a hearing on ensuring fairness in elections involving electronic voting machines.
April 18, 2007 Blog
The American people lost and the special interests won today after Senate Republicans blocked the Medicare prescription drug bill.
April 18, 2007 Press Release
"'I am disappointed. Criminalizing doctors for performing medically necessary procedures to save a woman's life or protect her health is wrong. The Court's decision is a significant step backwards."
April 18, 2007 Press Release
"'The Senate vote occurred on the same day that Families USA issued a new report finding that drug prices are going up despite the repeated assertions by the Bush Administration that Medicare Part D is bringing drug prices down. The report finds that for the top 15 drugs prescribed for seniors, the median Medicare Part D price has skyrocketed in the last year, growing by 9.2 percent -- almost four times the inflation rate of 2.4 percent."
April 18, 2007 Blog
Speaker Pelosi spoke on the House floor this morning, giving her condolences regarding the tragedy at Virginia Tech:

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