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Hillary Clinton's Public Statements

Full Name: Hillary Rodham Clinton
Gender: Female
Family: Husband: William; 1 Child: Chelsea
Birth Date: 10/26/1947
Birth Place: Chicago, IL
Home City: Chappaqua, NY
Religion: Methodist
Date Title
Oct. 6, 2005 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions
Oct. 6, 2005 Statement of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on the Heightened Security Alert to the NYC Subway System
Oct. 6, 2005 Clinton-Sponsored Legislation to Increase Research and Scholarship in Math, Science and Engineering Passes Senate
Oct. 6, 2005 Hearing of Senate Committee on Armed Services Nomination Hearing for Honorable Michael W. Wynne to be Secretary of the Air Force and .....
Oct. 6, 2005 Senator Clinton Calls on Department of Justice to Restore Funding for the Capital District Women's Bar Association Legal Project
Oct. 6, 2005 Senator Clinton to be Inducted Into The National Women's Hall of Fame
Oct. 6, 2005 Senators Clinton and Roberts Introduce Legislation to Ensure Adequate Flu Vaccine Supply
Oct. 5, 2005 Carper, Other Democrats Urge Administration to Prepare For Avian Influenza
Oct. 5, 2005 Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2006
Oct. 5, 2005 Senator Clinton Calls Upon Agriculture Committee to Reverse Bush Action to Cut Critical Food Stamp Program
Oct. 5, 2005 Senator Clinton Urges EPA To Issue Protective Standard For TCE
Oct. 5, 2005 Clinton-Backed Legislation to Reduce Violence Against Women Passes Senate Unanimously
Oct. 5, 2005 Senator Clinton Presses Chertoff on Critical Homeland Security Issues
Oct. 3, 2005 Bush Administration Has Failed to Comply with Federal Plan to Reduce Oil Dependence
Oct. 3, 2005 Senator Clinton on the Nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court
Oct. 3, 2005 Senator Clinton Fights for Extension of MILC Program
Oct. 3, 2005 Senator Clinton Holds Forum on U.S. Border Passport Requirement
Sept. 30, 2005 Statement of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on the Allocation of Homeland Security Funding Based on Risk
Sept. 29, 2005 Senator Clinton Honored for Leadership in Community Development
Sept. 28, 2005 Senator Clinton Urges DHS to Issue a Formal Statement in the Wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Reassuring Immigrants to Seek Help Without Fear
Sept. 28, 2005 Statement of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on Governor Pataki's Decision to Oppose the International Freedom Center
Sept. 28, 2005 Senators Clinton and Obama Introduce Legislation to Increase Patient Safety, Reduce Medical Errors and Malpractice Costs
Sept. 28, 2005 Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions
Sept. 28, 2005 Senator Clinton Guest Speaker at HUVPAC Annual Dinner
Sept. 28, 2005 Executive Session
Sept. 27, 2005 Statement of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on Former FEMA Director Mike Brown's Testimony on Hurricane Katrina
Sept. 27, 2005 Statement of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton Regarding the IRA Disarmament
Sept. 24, 2005 Statement of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton Regarding the International Freedom Center
Sept. 23, 2005 Statement by Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on Resignation of Lester Crawford
Sept. 23, 2005 Statement of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on House Passage of Amendment to Suspend Implementation of Head Start National Reporting System
Sept. 23, 2005 Majority Leader Frist's Decision to Abandon Partisan Plan for Special Inquiry Underscores Need for Independent Katrina Commission
Sept. 22, 2005 Clinton to Re-introduce Gold Star Parent Annuity Act
Sept. 22, 2005 Clinton Again Urges Department of Veterans' Affairs to Reconsider Transfer of Services From Montrose
Sept. 22, 2005 Statement of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on the Nomination of John Roberts to be Chief Justice of the United States
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