Representative John Larson's Public Statements

Office: U.S. House (CT) - District 1, Democratic
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House - District 1
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5/13/16 Larson: "When It Comes to Our Nation's Health, There Should Be No Half Measures" 5/11/16 Larson Hails Committee Passage Of Social Impact Partnership Bill 5/04/16 Letter to the Hon. Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House - Consider Emergency Funding To Address Opioid And Heroin Epidemic 3/28/16 Larson Lobbies for Emergency Funding to Combat Opioid Epidemic 3/15/16 Connecticut Congressional Delegation Applauds Over $1.3 Million in Federal Funding to the Connecticut Department of Health to expand Opioid Prevention 3/11/16 Larson Applauds Grant to Combat Opioid Addiction in Connecticut 2/11/16 "We Are in the Throes of an Epidemic" 12/08/15 Letter to Secretary Burwell - Urge to Continue Work to Address Opioid Epidemic 9/14/15 Delegation & Gov. Malloy: Over 20 Connecticut Communities Receive Federal Grants That Will Support Second Chance Initiatives, Prevent Youth Substance Use 1/12/07 Medicare Prescription Drug Price Negotiation Act of 2007 1/12/07 Larson Votes to Lower Prescription Drug Costs for Seniors 12/28/06 Larson Presents Breast Cancer Heroin Award To Maria Palomares Of Manchester 6/28/06 Larson: American Seniors Need a Prescription for Change 3/14/06 Hoyer, Colleagues Call for Extension to Enrollment Period for Medicare Prescription Drug Program 2/23/06 Larson Urges Revamping of Unwieldy Medicare Prescription Drug Program 1/27/06 Berry Calls on President to Make Medicare Reform a Top Priority in State of the Union 1/27/06 Schakowsky Tells Bush to Level with the American People About the Flawed Medicare Drug Plan 12/07/05 Prescription Drug Flexibility Act for Seniors 11/22/05 Larson Moves for Greater Beneficiary Protections under New Medicare Drug Law 6/06/05 Congressman John B. Larson Redoubles Efforts for Medicare Prescription-Drug Reform 1/30/04 Statement of Congressman Larson on $134 Billion Cost Increase for GOP Medicare Privitization Law Issue Position: Prescription Drugs

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