George V. Voinovich's Public Statements

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Full Name: George V. Voinovich
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Janet; 3 Children: George, Betsy, Peter
Birth Date: 07/15/1936
Birth Place: Clevland, OH
Home City: Cleveland, OH
Religion: Roman Catholic
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Issue Position: American Competitiveness Issue Position: National Security Issue Position: Fiscal Responsibility Issue Position: Improving Government 12/21/10 Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010 12/16/10 Senate Passes Bill Mandating More Accountability & Cost-Savings Across Federal Agencies 12/15/10 Farewell to the Senate 12/13/10 Letter to the Honorable Lisa Jackson, Administrator, United States Environmental Protection Agency & The Honorable Jacob Lew, Director, Office of Management and Budget 12/10/10 Senators Hail Passage of Bipartisan Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act 12/06/10 Letter to His Excellency Mr. Wang Qishan Vice Premier of the State Council The People's Republic of China 12/03/10 Senate Committee Clears Bill to Continue Diesel Emissions Reduction 12/03/10 Sen. Voinovich Reacts to Debt Commission Vote 12/02/10 Letter to The Honorable Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State U.S. Department of State 11/30/10 FDA Food Safety Modernization Act 11/30/10 Bipartisan DERA Reauthorization Receives Key Committee Vote 11/29/10 Letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid 11/19/10 "Voinovich's View" -- Stop Trading Blame 11/18/10 Congress Sends Telework Enhancement Act To President Obama 11/17/10 Russia and the New Start Treaty 11/16/10 Hearing of the Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, the Federal Workforce, and the District of Columbia of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs - Security Clearance Reform: Setting a Course for Sustainability 11/10/10 Sen. Voinovich Reacts to Debt Commission "Co-Chairs' Proposal" 11/05/10 Letter to the Honorables Erskine Bowles and Alan Simpson, Co-Chairmen, National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform 11/04/10 Letter to the President 10/25/10 Solidifying a Legacy of Public Service, Issue #1 10/07/10 Letter to Lana Pollack, Chair of the U.S. Section International Joint Commission and Joseph Comuzzi, Chair of the Canadian Section 9/30/10 U.S. Employment at UN Agencies Falling Behind and Immediate Actions Are Needed, GAO Report Shows 9/30/10 Senators Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Improve International Nuclear Safety 9/28/10 New Senate Report: EPA's Policies Harming America's Manufacturing Base 9/28/10 Senate Passes Bill to Improve Federal Government Communication With the Public 9/28/10 Senators Introduce Bill Mandating More Accountability & Cost-Savings Across Federal Agencies 9/24/10 Senate Passes Bill to Improve Presidential Transfers of Power 9/23/10 Sen. Voinovich Statement on "A Pledge to America" 9/21/10 Sen. Voinovich Statement on Defense Authorization Vote 9/20/10 Senators Introduce Bill to Modernize, Reform Federal Protective Service 9/20/10 Senator Collins, Colleagues Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Modernize and Reform Federal Protective Service 9/16/10 Small Business Lending Fund Act of 2010 9/09/10 Sen. Voinovich Statement on Startup of Depleted Uranium Facility 9/07/10 Sen. Voinovich Statement on President Obama's Infrastructure Proposal 9/07/10 "Voinovich's View" - Healthy Kids Make for a Bright Future 9/01/10 Sen. Voinovich Statement on Best Places to Work Rankings 8/31/10 Letter to President Barack Obama 8/30/10 Letter to His Excellency Sergey I. Kislyak , Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the U.S. - Russian Restrictions of US Poultry 8/25/10 Sen. Voinovich Statement on Passing of William Saxbe 8/19/10 Celebrating Freedom for All 8/19/10 Promoting Cleaner Coal Technology 8/19/10 Enabling the Nuclear Renaissance, Creating Jobs 8/09/10 Letter to Administrator Lisa Jackson USEPA 8/06/10 Letter to The Honorable Erskine Bowles, Co-Chairman and The Honorable Alan K. Simpson, Co-Chairman 8/05/10 Sen. Voinovich Statement on Education and Medicaid Funding 8/05/10 Federal Protective Service in Dire Need of Reform