Representative John B. 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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Issue Position: History, Culture, and the Arts 5/28/14 Congressman Larson Statement on Passing of Dr. Maya Angelou 1/24/14 Letter to Sally Jewell, Secretary, Department of the Interior - Conserve National Treasures Using Antiquities Act 11/21/13 John Fitzgerald Kennedy: He Speaks to Us Still 9/06/13 Larson Announces $150,000 for Harriet Beecher Stowe Center 6/12/12 The Anniversary of Flag Day in Hartford, Connecticut 4/18/12 Letter to Mark Emmert, NCAA President 4/18/12 Larson Applauds Passage of Mark Twain Commemorative Coin Act 3/27/12 Larson: America Can't Afford to Roll Back The Clock on Healthcare 3/06/12 Larson, Becerra: Time For A Real Jobs Agenda 2/01/12 Larson Statement on Black History Month 12/02/11 Hearing of the National Parks, Forests and Public Lands Subcommittee of the House Natural Resources Committee - Coltsville Historic District's Bid to Become a National Historic Park 9/30/11 Larson Statement on the Jewish New Year 9/11/11 Larson Statement On 10th Anniversary of September 11th Attacks 3/17/11 Prohibiting Federal Funding of National Public Radio 3/02/11 Larson applauds appointment of Sen. Dodd to head Mpaa 7/22/10 Coltsville National Park Bill Passes Major Hurdle 6/10/10 Larson Testifies In Support of Legislation to Designate Coltsville as a National Park 6/08/09 Celebrating Asian/Pacific-American Heritage 9/11/08 Larson Honors Families of 9/11 Victims 7/02/08 Members of Congress Send President Letter to Urge Him to Tackle Oil Prices at G8 Summit 2/06/08 Recognizing the Significance of Black History Month 1/29/08 New England National Scenic Trail Designation Act 7/30/07 Eightmile Wild and Scenic River Act 3/21/07 Congressman Larson testifies to Foreign AFFAIRS Committee on bill to address situation in Iraq 2/07/07 Recognizing the African Spiritual as a National Treasure 2/06/07 Commission to Study the Potential Creation of the National Museum of the American Latino Act of 2007 12/28/05 Larson Endorses Congressional Ethics Reforms 7/04/05 Journal Inquirer - The American Voice 6/27/05 Commemorating Mystic Seaport: The Museum of America and the Sea in Recognition of its 75th Year 3/16/05 Johnson-Larson Bill Examines New Enviornmental Protection for Farmington River 9/28/04 Authorizing Printing of Commemorative Document in Memory of President Ronald Wilson Reagan 9/08/04 Congratulating ESPN on Its 25th Anniversary 6/09/04 Authorizing the Use of the Capitol Rotunda for the Lying in State of the Late Honorable Ronald Wilson Reagan 5/20/04 Hearing of the House Administration Committee - The Federal Election Commission 5/14/04 Honoring The Service and Legacy of Barbara Kennelly 3/16/04 Thanking C-Span for Its Service On 25th Anniversary of Its First Coverage of Proceedings of House 3/03/04 Supporting Goals of Certain Communities in Recognizing National Day of Remembrance 2/13/04 Congressional Leaders: FEC Should Allow Organizations to Fully Participate in Elections 2/10/04 Permitting Use of Rotunda of Capitol for Ceremony as Part of Commemoration of Days of Remembrance of Victims of Holocaust 2/10/04 Authorizing Printing of ''History of the United States Capitol''