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March 30, 2007 Press Release
"'As recommended by the Iraq Study Group, a bipartisan delegation led by Speaker Pelosi intends to discuss a wide range of security issues affecting the United States and the Middle East with representatives of governments in the region, including Syria.'"
March 30, 2007 Press Release
"'Madam Speaker, today this new Congress will put America's fiscal house in order. It will do so by presenting and voting on the Democratic budget, as designed by John Spratt, the Chairman of the Budget Committee, on behalf of the House Democrats. I wish it were coming to the floor with bipartisan support in the Congress. I know it has bipartisan support in the country."
March 30, 2007 Blog
The Judiciary and Oversight Committees, as well as several others, have been examining the possibly inappropriate politicization of various federal agencies
March 30, 2007 Blog

"The Tuskegee Airmen left a segregated country to fight in war, and unfortunately they returned to one. Though Hitler was defeated, prejudice was not.

March 29, 2007 Blog
Following yesterday's hearing regarding allegations of misconduct at GSA, the Oversight Committee has sent a letter to Karl Rove to learn what other agencies received poli
March 29, 2007 Blog
UPDATE: The Democratic budget has passed the House, including the largest veterans' funding increase in American history with no new taxes.

Today, the House will vote on the Democratic Budget.

March 29, 2007 Articles
"Even Republicans conceded that Pelosi, whom they have derided as an out-of-touch San Francisco liberal, has done a good job of keeping the 233 House Democrats together through some tough votes."
March 29, 2007 Blog
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates is currently testifying before the Appropriations Defense Subcommittee.
March 28, 2007 Press Release
"Last week the House of Representatives on a bipartisan vote passed an emergency supplemental spending bill. The Senate is poised to pass its version of the bill as soon as later today. Both bills contain much needed funding for our troops and our veterans. Both bills also chart a new course forward in Iraq. Given the importance and urgency of this legislation to our troops and our security, we are quite disturbed by your insistence to veto it. Rather than work with the Congress to develop a bill you could sign, you apparently intend to follow a political strategy that would needlessly delay funding for our troops."

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