Secretary John Forbes Kerry's Public Statements

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Full Name: John Forbes Kerry
Current Office: U.S. Secretary of State, Democratic
First Appointed: 01/29/2013
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Teresa Heinz; 2 Children: Alexandra, Vanessa; 3 Stepchildren: John, Andre, Christopher
Birth Date: 12/11/1943
Birth Place: Aurora, CO
Home City: Boston, MA
Religion: Roman Catholic
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1/29/14 Remarks at the 15th Annual Awards for Corporate Excellence 10/30/13 Opening Remarks at National Work and Family Month Event 6/12/13 2013 World Day Against Child Labor: "No" to Child Labor in Domestic Work 6/27/12 Worcester Fire Department Receives $2.7 million, Saves 17 Firefighter Jobs for 2 Years 6/19/12 Kerry, Brown, McGovern, Keating, Lynch: Massachusetts Wins $1.5 Mil for Homeless Vets Job Training 6/05/12 Paycheck Fairness Act--Motion to Proceed--Resumed 6/05/12 Kerry: Republican Filibuster Stifles Equal Pay Debate 5/14/12 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions 11/08/11 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions 10/21/11 The Wall Street Journal - The Case for the President's Jobs Act 9/14/11 Kerry, Bingaman Bill Would Dramatically Increase Retirement Savings 6/21/11 Kerry Supports NLRB Rule Defending Workers' Rights 3/08/11 Presidential Leadership 3/03/11 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions 1/31/11 Kerry Lauds Obama Start-Up Plan as Major Job Creator 1/26/11 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions 9/15/10 White House Endorses Kerry, McDermott Legislation to Close Tax Loophole That Hurts Workers and Businesses 3/09/10 Republicans Block Murray-Kerry Amendment That Would Save 100,000 Jobs for Struggling Parents, Create 500,000 Jobs for Young People Across the Country 1/22/10 Letter To Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Finance Chairman, Max Baucus 1/22/10 Letter to Majority Leader Reid and Chairman Baucus 12/15/09 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions 7/27/09 Senate Passes Kerry-Chambliss Legislation Honoring Post-9/11 National Guard and Reserve Members 7/09/09 Kennedy, Kerry, Frank Release Statement Following Meeting with ATK CEO Dan Murphy 4/20/09 Kennedy, Kerry Announce $54.2 Million for Unemployment Insurance in Massachusetts 3/10/09 Kennedy, Kerry and Massachusetts Congressional Delegation Announce $125 Million in Funding For Massachusetts Priorities 2/04/09 Letter to Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner 1/07/09 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions 10/02/08 Tax Treatment of Employer-Provided Cell Phones 9/26/08 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions 5/14/08 Public Safety Employer-Employee Cooperation Act of 2007 4/21/08 Letter to Mr. Richard Anderson, Chief Executive Officer, Delta Air Lines, Inc. and Mr. Doug Steenland, Chief Executive Officer, Northwest Airlines 4/09/08 Kerry, Kennedy, Frank, McGovern Announce $1M for Workers Hurt By Fall River Plant Closing 10/29/07 Letter to Charles Ward, Chief Executive Officer 10/18/07 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions 7/26/07 Kerry: Minimum Wage Hike is Good For Small Business Growth 7/24/07 Kerry on Minimum Wage Increase 5/22/07 Kerry Focuses on Expanding Minority Entrepreneurship Opportunities 6/21/06 John Kerry: Washington Out of Touch with Millions of Americans Trying to Make Ends Meet 3/01/06 Hearing of the Senate Committee on Small Business ands Entrepreneurship on Nomination of Eric M. Thorson to be Inspector General of SBA 10/15/04 Milwaukee Area Technical College 10/08/04 Statement from John Kerry on September Employment Report 9/24/04 Letter to Mr. Glenn Tilton, Chair of United Airlines 9/03/04 Statement of John Kerry on New Jobs Numbers 4/20/04 Kerry Statement on the Release of the Bush Overtime Rule 2/20/04 Kerry Says Bush Credibility Gap Widens On Jobs 2/12/04 Statement from John Kerry and PA Treasurer Barbara Hafer on George Bush's Trip to Pennsylvania 1/28/04 Pension Funding Equity Act of 2003 1/11/04 NBC Meet the Press Transcript 1/06/04 Kerry Statement on Bush Overtime Policy 12/08/03 Remarks by John Kerry at Stanford University