Senator Debbie Stabenow's Public Statements

Office: U.S. Senate (MI) - Sr, Democratic
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2/10/17 Stabenow, Peters Join Colleagues to Introduce Legislation Protecting Scientists from Government Interference 11/03/16 Collins, Stabenow, Markey, Capito Applaud Announcement that Medicare Will Implement HOPE for Alzheimer's Act, Pay for New Care Plans to Provide Support to Families of Alzheimer's patients 3/18/16 Letter to the Honorable Thad Cochran, Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee; the Hon. Richard Shelby, Chairman of the Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee, and the Hon. Barbara Mikulski, Vice Chairwoman of the Senate Appropriations Committee - Push for Increased Federal Funding in Science and Engineering 3/16/16 National Sea Grant College Program Amendments Act of 2015 2/12/16 Letter to Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House, and Mitch McConnel, Senate Majority Leader - Importance of Women's Access to Reproductive Heath Care in Light of Spreading Virus 12/16/15 Stabenow, Peters Applaud Facility for Rare Isotope Beam Funding in Government Spending Bill 10/23/15 GAO Report: More to Be Done to Improve Inclusion of Women in NIH Clinical Research 6/17/15 Ranking Member Stabenow Applauds New Report Showing Grow It Here, Make It Here Initiative Strengthens Economy, Supports Millions of American Jobs 5/19/15 Peters, Stabenow & Dingell Announce $100,000 for Ypsilanti Small Business 2/12/15 Senators Call on Congress to Make Fighting Alzheimer's Disease an Urgent National Priority 7/23/14 Chairwoman Stabenow Applauds Appointment of Members to New Ag Research Foundation Board 4/30/14 Letter to Gene Dodaro, Comptroller General of the United States, Government Accountability Office - Women in Clinical Research 3/17/14 Michigan State Breaks Ground on FRIB Research Facility 3/05/14 Resolution Commemorates 100th Anniversary of Cooperative Extension Service, Expansion of Ag Research 3/04/14 Michigan Senators Applaud President's Budget Request for FRIB 1/01/14 Issue Position: Strengthening Mental Health Services 7/16/13 Levin, Stabenow Announce Federal Support for Michigan Sea Grant Program 7/12/13 Senators Stabenow, Thune, Representatives Nunes, Kind Introduce Bipartisan Agriculture Research Bill to Spur Innovation, Strengthen American Agriculture 6/28/13 Senators Stabenow, Levin Welcome Committee Approval of Full FRIB Funding 6/26/13 Stabenow, Wyden Introduce Bill to Diversify Nation's Transportation Fuel, Cut Consumer Costs 5/23/13 Agriculture Reform, Food, and Jobs Act of 2013 4/11/13 Senators Stabenow and Collins Introduce Bipartisan HOPE for Alzheimer's Act 1/14/13 Senator Stabenow Touts Resurgence of American Auto Industry at North American International Auto Show Press Preview 12/14/12 Senator Stabenow Applauds Selection of Michigan State University for USDA Bioresearch Grant 6/22/12 Stabenow, Tonsager Highlight Opportunities to Boost Michigan's Bio-based Manufacturing Industry 5/29/12 Agriculture Chairwoman Stabenow Visits Alpena Biorefinery 4/24/12 Levin, Stabenow Announce Subcommittee Approval of Additional Funding for FRIB 3/29/12 Ranking Member Roberts and Chairwoman Stabenow: Public and Private Agricultural Research Partnership Needed to Meet Global Food Demand 2/14/12 Senator Stabenow Statement on MSU FRIB 1/01/12 Issue Position: Battery Innovation Act 7/08/11 Major Initiative to Boost Michigan's Advanced Battery Industry Announced at A123 Systems in Livonia 6/23/11 House Passes Stabenow Measure to Name Detroit Patent Office for Michigan Inventor Elijah McCoy 4/06/11 Senate Resolution 134--Supporting the Designation of April as Parkinson's Awareness Month 12/15/08 Stabenow Statement on Hemlock Semiconductor Corp Investment of $1 Billion in Michigan 9/07/07 Senate Resolution 311--Supporting the Goals and Ideals of National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month 1/26/05 Stabenow's Legislation Seeks to Expand Economic Opportunity for All Americans 6/04/04 Letter to President George W. Bush

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