Representative CA Dutch 'Dutch' Ruppersberger's Public Statements

Office: U.S. House (MD) - District 2, Democratic
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Issue Position: Environment Issue Position: Social Security Issue Position: Financial Aid Issue Position: Homeland Security Issue Position: Jobs and the Economy Issue Position: Seniors Issue Position: The Economy Issue Position: Veterans Issue Position: Fiscal Responsibility and Government Reform Issue Position: Immigration Issue Position: Terrorism Issue Position: First Responders Issue Position: Social Security System Issue Position: Tax Cuts Issue Position: Steel Issue Position: Labor, Wages, and Employee Protections Issue Position: Prescription Drugs Issue Position: Energy Issue Position: Port and Maritime Security Issue Position: Veterans Issue Position: Education Issue Position: The Environment Issue Position: Health Care Issue Position: Small Business Issue Position: Education Issue Position: Prescription Drugs Issue Position: Animal Welfare 8/17/15 Hoyer, Maryland Congressional Delegation Announce Federal Funding to Combat Heroin Trafficking in Washington/Baltimore Region 8/17/15 Hoyer, Maryland Congressional Delegation Announce Federal Funding To Combat Heroin Trafficking In Washington/Baltimore Region 8/17/15 Hoyer, Maryland Congressional Delegation Announce More than $80 Million in Federal Funding to Protect Maryland, National Capital Region 8/13/15 Letter to Larry Hogan, Governor of the State of Maryland - Funding for Baltimore Transit System 8/03/15 Ruppersberger Issues Statement on Local, Federal Taskforce to Address Baltimore Homicides 7/30/15 Ruppersberger Introduces Bill to Help Prevent Future Cyber Attacks Against Federal Workers 7/15/15 Letter to Mac Thornberry, Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, John McCain, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Adam Smith, Ranking Member of the House Armed Services Committee, and Jack Reed, Ranking Member of the Senate Armed Services Committee - Sections of the National Defense Authorization Act Could Negatively Effect DOD Civilian Employees 7/15/15 Cummings, House Democrats Raise Concerns About NDAA Provisions That Negatively Affect Federal Employees 7/15/15 Cardin, Mikulski, Cummings, Ruppersberger and Sarbanes Announce New Opportunity to Bridge Baltimore's Digital Divide 7/13/15 Norton Introduces Bill with National Capital Region House Members to Provide Free Lifetime Identity Theft Protection Coverage to 22 Million Current, Former and Prospective Federal Employees Affected by OPM Data Breaches 7/13/15 Norton Introduces Bill with National Capital Region House Members to Provide Free Lifetime Identity Theft Protection Coverage to 22 Million Current, Former and Prospective Federal Employees Affected by OPM Data Breaches 7/10/15 Introduction of the Recover Act (Reducing the Effects of the Cyber Attack on OPM Victims Emergency Response Act of 2015) 7/09/15 Ruppersberger Issues Statement on Local Impact of Army Troop Reductions 7/09/15 Edwards Joins Mikulski, Cardin, Hoyer, Ruppersberger, And Sarbanes On Federal Funding Announcement For Anne Arundel Firefighters 7/08/15 Ruppersberger, Anne Arundel Delegation Announce More Than $7 Million to Hire 52 Firefighters 6/30/15 Mikulski, Cardin, Cummings, Ruppersberger an Sarbanes Announce $5 Million in Federal Funding to Support Job Training and Employment in Baltimore 6/25/15 Ruppersberger Issues Statement on Supreme Court Ruling Upholding Affordable Care Act 6/12/15 Blog: Rep. Ruppersberger: Cyber Networks Are Unsecured & Vulnerable to Attack 5/27/15 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Requesting Major Disaster Declaration For Baltimore 5/22/15 Letter to Larry Hogan, Governor of Maryland, Concerning Advancement of Red and Purple Lines 5/13/15 Ruppersberger Issues Statement on Amtrak Derailment and Transportation Funding 5/13/15 Uniting and Strengthening America by Fulfilling Rights and Ensuring Effective Discipline Over Monitoring Act of 2015 5/07/15 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States, Support of Iran Negotiations Signed by 150 Members