Senator Lamar Alexander's Public Statements

Office: U.S. Senate (TN) - Sr, Republican
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4/28/16 Letter to the Hon. Sylvia Matthews Burwell - BioShield Special Reserve Fund 4/13/16 Hearing of the Subcommittee on Energy znd Water Development of the Senate Appropriations Committee - Opening Statement by Senator Roy Blunt 4/07/16 Hearing of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions - Senate Passes Bipartisan Legislation to Support Social and Nutrition Services for Nearly 12 Million Seniors 4/06/16 Alexander Statement on Labor Department's Final Fiduciary Rule 4/06/16 Hearing of the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee - Senate Health Committee Approves Last of 19 Bipartisan Bills, Completing Work on Companion to House-Passed 21st Century Cures Act 4/04/16 Alexander: Congress Writes Immigration Laws--Not the President 3/31/16 Alexander, Murray Introduce Bill to Let NIH "Spend More Time on Life-Saving Treatments and Cures" 3/29/16 Alexander: Cyber Attack at MedStar Health Shows Need for HHS to Implement Cybersecurity Law "with the Urgency Patients and Hospitals Deserve" 3/23/16 Alexander: Today, More than Ever, Americans Need Congress to Go Step-by-Step to Reduce Health Care Costs 3/23/16 Alexander: New Labor Department Rule Will Discourage Employers from Seeking Legal Advice 3/23/16 Letter to the Hon. Sylvia Burwell, Secretary of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; the Hon. Andy Slavitt, Acting Administrator of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services - Answers on 316 Security Breaches on HealthCare.gov 3/22/16 Letter to Jenny Yang - Give Americans More Time to Weigh in on Proposal to Increase by 20-Fold Data EEOC Requires From Employers 3/22/16 Alexander Statement on the Brussels Attack 3/22/16 Alexander: DTR Tennessee Expansion "is a Credit and a Compliment" to Auto Supplier's Tennessee Employees 3/18/16 Letter to Ray Mabus, Secretary of the Navy - Giving Due Consideration to the Five Service Members Killed in Chattanooga 3/17/16 Senate Health Committee Leaders Introduce Bill to Help FDA and NIH "Attract Top Talent During This Exciting Time in Science" 3/17/16 House, Senate Members Introduce Legislation to Ensure Responsible Update of Federal Overtime Rules 3/17/16 Alexander: Obama Labor Rule Will Increase Tuition on One Tenn. Campus $1,000 Per Student 3/17/16 House, Senate Members Introduce Legislation to Ensure Responsible Update of Federal Overtime Rules 3/16/16 Senate Health Committee Passes Alexander, Murray, Cassidy, Murphy Legislation to Help Address Mental Health Crisis in America 3/16/16 Alexander Statement on the President's Supreme Court Nomination 3/16/16 Alexander Bill Would Subject Obama Administration to Same "Absurd" Data Collection Rule it Plans to Impose on 61,000 Employers 3/14/16 Alexander: New Education Secretary Now Confirmed by and Accountable to Congress 3/12/16 Alexander to Tenn. National Guard: President's Proposed Budget Cuts "Exactly the Wrong Direction for Our Country's Defense" 3/12/16 Alexander to Tenn. National Guard: President's Proposed Budget Cuts "Exactly the Wrong Direction for Our Country's Defense" 3/10/16 Alexander: Senate Takes Important Step to Address Epidemic Claiming More Than 1,000 Tennesseans' Lives Each Year 3/09/16 Alexander: Biomedical Innovation Would be the Most Important Bill Signed into Law this Year 3/07/16 Alexander, Murray, Cassidy, Murphy Introduce Plan to Address Mental Health Crisis in America 3/02/16 Hearing of the Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development -Opening Statement of Sen. Alexander, Hearing to Review the Fiscal Year 2017 Budget Request for the U.S. Department of Energy 2/25/16 Hearing of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions - Opening Statement of Sen. Lamar Alexander - Hearing of the Senate Committee on Education on New Education Law 2/25/16 Alexander: $1.2 Million NIH Award to Vanderbilt is "Good News for Millions Who Will Benefit from Personalized Medicine" 2/24/16 Hearing of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions - Opening Statement of Sen. Lamar Alexander - 2/24/16 Hearing of the Energy and Water Development Subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee- Opening Statement of Sen. Alexander, Hearing on NRC Budget Request 2/24/16 Alexander: Senate Ready to Work with New FDA Head, Get a Result for America's Patients 2/23/16 Alexander Begins Hearings Today to "Make Sure Education Law is Implemented the Way Congress Wrote It" 2/23/16 Alexander: Report Detailing Failures of Obamacare Website Shows Dangers of "Trying to Address Complex Issues through a Sweeping, One-Size-Fits-All Federal Solution" 2/21/16 Alexander Thanks Governors for "Leading Charge to Fix No Child Left Behind" 2/17/16 Alexander: Congress Should Pass Bills this Year to Make it Easier For Tennessee Students to Attend College, Repay Loans 2/16/16 Alexander: Congress Should Pass Bills this Year to Make it Easier For Tennessee Students to Attend College, Repay Loans 2/16/16 Alexander: "The Republican Majority Kept Its Promise to Repeal the Federal Common Core Mandate" 2/15/16 Alexander Statement on Supreme Court Vacancy 2/13/16 Alexander Statement on the Passing of Supreme Court Justice Scalia 2/11/16 Alexander: Non-Partisan CBO Finds Health Insurance Premiums to Keep Rising Despite Obamacare's Promise to Lower Costs 2/11/16 Alexander Statement on Nomination of King as Education Secretary 2/10/16 Alexander: North Korea Missile Launch "A Genuine Security Threat" 2/09/16 Alexander Statement on President Obama's Proposed 2017 Budget 2/09/16 Senate Health Committee Unanimously Passes Alexander, Murray Legislation to Improve Health Information Technology for Patients, Doctors, Hospitals 2/09/16 Senate Health Committee Kicks Off Its Biomedical Innovation Agenda, Passing 7 Bills with Bipartisan Support 2/09/16 Letter to Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Secretary of Health and Human Services - Possible Contributing Factor to Opioid Crisis 2/04/16 Senate Health Committee to Hold Zika Hearing on Feb. 24 at 10 a.m.

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