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April 9, 2007 Blog
Last week, The Gavel reported that the Chairman of the Education and Labor Committee, George Miller, requested information from the Department of Education regarding the Student Loan Express stock held by at least
April 9, 2007 Blog
Speaker Pelosi issued the following statement in response to President Bush's remarks on immigration reform today:

April 9, 2007 Press Release
"'The President should work collaboratively and on a bipartisan basis to pass comprehensive immigration reform. He should embrace proposals such as the STRIVE Act by Congressmen Gutierrez and Flake, which provides an excellent framework and reflects a strong commitment by a bipartisan group of House Members toward realistic and comprehensive immigration reform."
April 7, 2007 Articles
In the following op-ed, House Foreign Relations Committee Tom Lantos states: "Ms. Pelosi has no illusions about the nature of the regime in Damascus. She delivered tough messages to Mr. Assad regarding Iraq, Lebanon and the Hariri assassination tribunal."
April 7, 2007 Articles
"Ms. Pelosi said that members of Congress had a responsibility to play a role in national security issues and that they needed to be able to gather information on their own, and not be dependent on the White House."
April 6, 2007 Press Release
"'The new scientific report on global warming warns that global warming is already affecting the earth and that the effects are likely to be significant and widespread in this century, causing increased drought, drinking water shortages, and widespread extinction of species. Poor people around the world are especially vulnerable to the hazards of climate change."
April 6, 2007 Articles
"What really sticks in the president's craw is not that Mrs. Pelosi's visit will confuse Syria's hard-liners about Mr. Bush's devotion to isolating Damascus, but that almost anybody else with their eyes open will see, if they haven't already, that diplomacy is a better way to make progress on those concerns common to the Republican White House and the Democratic Congress."
April 6, 2007 Blog
Today, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released their fourth assessment report on the the present stage of climate change around the world entitled, "Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability." It provides a rigorous analy

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