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Debbie Stabenow's Public Statements

Office: U.S. Senate (MI) - Jr, Democratic
Date Title
May 22, 2008 Stabenow, Colleagues Pass 21st Century GI Bill to Provide our Nation's Newest Veterans a Quality, Affordable Education
May 22, 2008 Stabenow Succeeds in Getting Extension of Unemployment Insurance Passed in Senate
May 22, 2008 Stabenow Statement: Senate Successfully Overrides President Bush's Veto of 2008 Food, Conservation and Energy Act
May 21, 2008 Stabenow Reaction to President Bush's Veto of 2008 Food, Conservation and Energy Act
May 21, 2008 The Budget
May 21, 2008 Supplemental Appropriations
May 21, 2008 Letter to President George W. Bush, Re: South Korea Trade Agreement
May 19, 2008 Stabenow Visits East Lansing, West Michigan to Discuss Passage of the 2008 Food, Conservation, and Energy Act: What it Means for Michigan
May 15, 2008 Veterans Business Resource Centers Get Critical Funding
May 15, 2008 Stabenow Announces Senate, House Passage of Farm Bill with Veto-Proof Majority
May 14, 2008 Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 - Resumed
May 14, 2008 Levin, Stabenow Introduce Bill to Protect Beaver Basin Area of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
May 13, 2008 Letter to The Honorable Harry Reid, Majority Leader, US Senate
May 12, 2008 Letter to Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General, Re: Help Compel Burma's Military Junta to Work with International Aid Organizations to Bring Assistance to Survivors of Cyclone Nargis
May 8, 2008 Stabenow, Member of the Farm Bill Conference Committee, Announces Legislation Includes Major Funding for Specialty Crops
May 8, 2008 Stabenow, Member of the Farm Bill Conference, Announces Legislation Includes Investments in Alternative Energy
May 8, 2008 Stabenow, Member of Farm Bill Conference Committee, Announces Legislation Makes Great Lakes, Conservation a Priority
May 8, 2008 Stabenow, Member of Farm Bill Conference Committee, Announces Legislation Will Help Feed our Children, Seniors
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