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John Kerry's Public Statements

Office: U.S. Secretary of State, Democratic
Date Title
May 30, 2007 Kerry Says Zoellick Must Reach Out to World Community
May 25, 2007 Kerry: Data Collection Plan - Necessary First Step to Ubiquitous Broadband
May 24, 2007 Emergency Supplemental Appropriations
May 24, 2007 Kerry, Cantwell, Warner Reintroduce Legislation to Protect 60 Million Acres of Roadless Forest
May 23, 2007 Kerry: An Iraq Bill Without a Deadline is Meaningless
May 23, 2007 Kerry, Snowe Concerned by SEC Failure to Give Small Firm Extension on Sarbanes Oxley Compliance
May 23, 2007 Kerry Amendment Protects Children, Families Caught In Immigration Raids
May 23, 2007 Kerry Warns White House: If you Expect Senate Confirmation, Send us a Nominee Who will Protect Consumers
May 23, 2007 Kerry Joins with Democratic Senators to Highlight Price Gouging at the Pump, Energy Package
May 22, 2007 Kerry, Clinton, Emanuel, Murphy and Walz Fight for Full Troop Pay Increase
May 22, 2007 Kerry Opening Statement on Minority Entrepreneurship Hearing
May 22, 2007 Kerry Focuses on Expanding Minority Entrepreneurship Opportunities
May 22, 2007 Kerry Opening Statement on Minority Entrepreneurship Hearing
May 21, 2007 Bipartisan Group of Senators Work to Eliminate the Pension Gap for Women
May 21, 2007 Letter To United States President George W. Bush
May 18, 2007 Letter to Her Excellency Wu Yi, Vice Premier State Council, Central Government Beijing, P.R. China
May 17, 2007 Small Business Victory in Budget Resolution
May 16, 2007 Kerry, Snowe Introduce Bill to Protect Threatened Polar Bears
May 16, 2007 Kerry Plan Requires Airlines to Publish Accurate, Monthly Lists of Chronically Late Flights
May 16, 2007 Kerry Says Votes Show "Even Republicans Concede Bush Iraq Policy Must Change"
May 16, 2007 Kerry Opening Statement on Lending Reauthorization Markup
May 16, 2007 Small Business Lending Bill Clears Committee
May 16, 2007 Kerry Opening Statement on Lending Reauthorization Markup
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