|Full Name:||Norm Coleman|
|Family:||Wife: Laurie; 2 Children: Jacob, Sarah|
|Birth Place:||Brooklyn, NY|
|Home City:||Saint Paul, MN|
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Oct. 1, 2008 - Establishes the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) to allow the Secretary of the Treasury to purchase troubled assets from any financial institution (Div. A, ...
Oct. 1, 2008 - Authorizes appropriations for Amtrak for the next five years, including $5.32 billion for capital grants, $2.95 billion for operation grants, and $1.9 billion for ...
Sept. 27, 2008 - Appropriates funds necessary to continue until March 6, 2009 projects or activities that were conducted in fiscal year 2008 and for which funds or ...
Dec. 11, 2008 - TRIBUTE TO SENATORS -- (Senate - December 11, 2008) BREAK IN TRANSCRIPT GORDON SMITH Mr. COLEMAN. Madam President, when the Founders envisioned this Senate, I ...
Dec. 4, 2008 - COLEMAN ANNOUNCES EXPANDED HEALTH CARE FOR VETS IN METRO-AREA, SOUTHWEST MN Senator Norm Coleman today announced that the Department of Veterans Affairs will open outpatient ...
Dec. 1, 2008 - STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT-ELECT OBAMA'S NATIONAL SECURITY NOMINEES "I applaud President-elect Obama's selection of Senator Hillary Clinton, Secretary Robert Gates, and General Jim Jones to serve ...
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Norm Coleman repeatedly refused to provide any responses to citizens on the issues through the 2008 Political Courage Test when asked to do so by national leaders of the political parties, prominent members of the media, Project Vote Smart President Richard Kimball, and Project Vote Smart staff.
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