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February 16, 2007 Blog
House Committee on Foreign Affairs: Lantos Says Strong Bipartisan Support for Iraq Resolution is a Message the Administration Cannot Ignore

February 16, 2007 Press Release
"Washington, D.C. - Speaker Nancy Pelosi released the following statement today in commemoration of the Lunar New Year, which begins this Sunday, February 18: 'This Sunday marks the start of the Lunar New Year for Asians and Asian Americans all over the world. As we usher in the Year of the Boar, we must remember that valuing holidays such as this is what highlights the beauty of our country as a nation of diverse cultures."
February 16, 2007 Blog
Watch Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the resolution expressing support for our troops and disapproving of the President's escalation plan in Iraq, which has just passed the House, 246-182:
February 16, 2007 Blog

On Wednesday, amidst reports that thousands of Army humvees to be used in the escalation lack vital armor upgrades, Speaker Nancy Pelosi a

February 15, 2007 Blog

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    Leader Steny Hoyer and Whip James Clyburn join Gulf Coast Members.

  • February 15, 2007 Blog
    In an interview this afternoon, Speaker Pelosi reiterated her position on Presidential authority with regards to Iran.
    February 15, 2007 Blog
    Congress continues to debate H.Con.Res. 63 on the House floor today. As of this morning, 195 Members had spoken on the Iraq resolution during more than 23 hours of debate.
    February 15, 2007 Blog
    The Committee on Oversight and Government Reform is holding a hearing on Iraq Reconstruction at this moment, and the three top auditors overseeing work in Iraq will provide new information about the status of Iraq reconstruction projects an
    February 14, 2007 Press Release
    "Washington, DC--Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Speaker Nancy Pelosi today sent the following letter to President Bush, urging him to take the necessary steps to ensure that the tens of thousands of soldiers being sent to escalate the war in Iraq have the armor and equipment needed to perform their mission and protect their lives. Unfortunately, reports suggest that the President is once again sending troops into Iraq without adequate supplies and support. Democrats, who join the overwhelming majority of Americans in opposing the President's escalation, believe the men and women serving bravely in Iraq should receive the equipment and support they need and deserve."

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