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Anthony Weiner's Public Statements

Date Title
Feb. 13, 2004 Congressional Leades: FEC Should Allow Political Organizations to Fully Participate in Elections
Feb. 10, 2004 Lowey Calls for Hearing on NY's Mercury Pollution as EPA Proposes Rules that Are too Lax
Feb. 4, 2004 Will Independent Comission on Intelligence be Fair?
Feb. 2, 2004 Weiner: Mayor Just Doesn't Get It
Jan. 28, 2004 Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2003
Jan. 20, 2004 Bush Silent on Broken Promises to New York City
Jan. 15, 2004 Weiner Statement on Mayor Bloomberg Budget
Jan. 14, 2004 Manned Mission to Mars Not Justified by Science, Cost
Jan. 2, 2004 Should Democrats Stop Beating Up on Howard Dean? - Transcript
Issue Position: Expanding Quality, Affordable Health Care - Helping to Keep Mammogram Centers Open
Issue Position: Protecting New York's Environment - Reducing Excessive & Wasteful Product Packaging By 30%
Issue Position: Expanding Quality, Affordable Health Care - Health Plan New York
Issue Position: Investing in Transportation and Infrastructure - Installing Fiber Optic Sensors On Bridges To Monitor Bridge Stress Around The Clock
Issue Position: Lowering Middle Class Taxes - Restoring Progressivity To The Tax Code and Cut Taxes On The Middle Class
Issue Position: Protecting New York's Environment - Saving the Vanishing Marsh Lands of Jamaica Bay
Issue Position: Fully Fund and make Important Improvements to No Child Left Behind
Issue Position: Tough on Crime - Protecting Children On the Internet
Issue Position: Investing in Transportation and Infrastructure - Reducing Congestion Without a Regressive Tax
Issue Position: Strengthening Education - Fully Fund and Make Important Improvements to No Child Left Behind
Issue Position: Tough on Crime - Protect Police Officers, Informants and Witnesses From Having Their Personal Information Revealed Online
Issue Position: Tough on Crime - Putting More Cops on the Beat
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