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Frank Pallone, Jr.'s Public Statements

Office: U.S. House (NJ) - District 6, Democratic
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House - District 6
Date Title
July 11, 2006 Bush-GOP Economy Has Failed Middle Class Families
July 10, 2006 House Republicans Prefer Stalling Rather than Acting on Border Security
July 10, 2006 Park City, Utah, Land Conveyance
July 10, 2006 Paint Bank and Wytheville National Fish Hatcheries Conveyance Act
July 10, 2006 Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge Study Act
July 10, 2006 Permitting Use of Capitol Rotunda for a Ceremony to Commemoreate the 75th Anniversary of the Department of Veterans Affairs
June 29, 2006 Deep Ocean Energy Resources Act of 2006
June 28, 2006 House Recycling Caucus
June 28, 2006 House Approves Pallone Amendment Providing $1 Million for Global Warming Study
June 28, 2006 Science, State, Justice, Commerce, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2007
June 21, 2006 Line Item Veto Won't Balance Budget
June 21, 2006 Pallone Introduces Legislation to Improve Access to Care for Cancer Patients
June 16, 2006 Consolidation of Student Loans
June 15, 2006 Turkey's EU Membership
June 15, 2006 Letter to Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald
June 14, 2006 Pallone Denounces House GOP's Continued Effort to Eliminate Offshore Drilling Moratorium
June 13, 2006 House Republicans Turn Backs on Middle Class; Economic Insecurity Grows
June 9, 2006 Letter to Chairman (Barton, Thomas, and Pompo) and Ranking Member (Dingell, Rangel and Rahall)
June 8, 2006 Pallone Lauds House Foreing Operations Bill for its Commitment to Armenia & Military Parity
June 8, 2006 Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2007
June 6, 2006 Internally Displaced Persons in Nagorno-Karabadk
June 2, 2006 Pallone, Lautenberg Demand E.P.A. Act to Improve Beach Water Quality Standards
June 1, 2006 Pallone Hosts Forum For Coastal Mayors To Discuss Impact of Global Warming On Shoreline
May 26, 2006 Pallone Introduces Legislation to Create Postal Stamp Promoting Awareness of Crohn's Disease
May 25, 2006 Tax Cuts Or Veteran Benefits
May 24, 2006 Ambassador Evans Replacement
May 23, 2006 Pallone Testifies Before House Panel About Need To Regulate Solid Waste Facilities Along Rail Lines
May 23, 2006 Do-Nothing Congress Failing the American People
May 22, 2006 Pallone Praises Impact of Replenishmet on N.J. Beaches
May 19, 2006 Ignoring Fiscal Crisis
May 18, 2006 Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations ACt, 2007
May 18, 2006 Department of the Interiror, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2007 -- Continued
May 18, 2006 Do Nothing Congress Not Tackling Any Of the Issues Important To the American People
May 16, 2006 Holt & Pallone Say Pentagon Should Work With V.A. To Ensure Vetereans Clinic Stays At Fort Monmouth
May 15, 2006 Letter to President of the United States George W. Bush
May 11, 2006 Letter to Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Joe Barton
May 10, 2006 Pallone & Holt Voice Concern Over Pentagon's Transition at Fort Monmouth
May 9, 2006 Armenian Plane Crash
May 8, 2006 Letter to USDA Forest Service Chief Dale Bosworth
May 2, 2006 LoBiondo Leads Congressional Delegation in Efforts to Protect Atlantic City's "Boardwalk" from Monopoly Redesign
May 1, 2006 Pallone, Army Corps Announce $15 Million in Proposed Funds for Cleanup of Radiation in Middlesex Boro
May 1, 2006 Pallone Calls on Health Officials to Expedite Next Phases of Study at Ringwood
April 28, 2006 Pallone Calls for Merger of Rutgers & UMDNJ in New Brunswick Area
April 27, 2006 Republican Majority Must Restore Ethics Rules
April 27, 2006 Letter to President of the United States of America George W. Bush
April 27, 2006 Letter to Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert
April 27, 2006 Maximizing our Medical Research Dollars
April 26, 2006 91st Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide
April 26, 2006 Republicans too Cozy with Oil and Gas Companies
April 25, 2006 Bush Prescription Drug Tax-Twenty Days Left Until Tax Takes Place
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