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Cantor on End of the Democrat's ‘100 Hours'

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Cantor on End of the Democrat's ‘100 Hours'

Chief Deputy Whip Eric Cantor (R-VA), issued the following statement today, in response to the end of the Democrats' "100 Hours":

"The 100 hours was not a productive time for America as evidenced by Pelosi exempting her hometown company, Starkist Tuna, from the minimum wage increase. Democrats also made the wrong alterations to a very popular and cost effective Medicare Part D program.

"I'm glad the ‘100 hours' of bumper sticker promises are behind us. Now, we can get down to work for the American people.

"For the last two and a half weeks Democrats have made America less competitive, less free and less safe. House Republican values steer America in a direction that is more competitive and provides Americans with more free choice and more security."

http://cantor.house.gov/news/2007/releases/011807a.htm

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