Representative John Larson's Public Statements

Office: U.S. House (CT) - District 1, Democratic
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4/21/17 Connecticut Congressional Delegation Announces $5.5 Million Federal Grant to Combat Opioid Crisis 3/29/17 Letter to the Hon. Chariman John Culberson, Hon. Chairman Tom Cole, Hon. Chairman Tom Graves, Hon. Ranking Member Jose Serrano, Hon. Ranking Member Rosa DeLauro, Hon. Ranking Member Mike Quigley of the House Committee on Appropriations - Bipartisan Heroin Task Force Calls for Funding of the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act 11/30/16 Larson Votes for Bipartisan Funding to Enhance Biomedical Research, Improve Mental Health Services, and Combat the Opioid Crisis 11/21/16 Letter to the Hon. Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House, and the Hon. Mitch McConnell, Majority Leader of the U.S. Senate - Funding to Combat Heroin and Opioid Addiction 11/18/16 Letter to the Honorable Paul Ryan, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and the Honorable Mitch McConnell, Majority Leader of the U.S. Senate - Call for Funding to Combat Drug Epidemic 9/23/16 Larson, Gov. Malloy: State Police Receive $1.5 Million Federal Grant to Expand Initiatives Combating Heroin and Opioid Abuse 9/13/16 Letter to the Honorable Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House and the Honorable Nancy Pelosi, Minority Leader of the House - Calling for Budget Anomalies to Address Opioid Epidemic 9/06/16 Larson, Blumenthal, Murphy, DeLauro, and Courtney Announce $700,000 in Federal Funding to Prevent Youth Substance Abuse 5/13/16 Larson: "When It Comes to Our Nation's Health, There Should Be No Half Measures" 5/11/16 Larson Hails Committee Passage Of Social Impact Partnership Bill 5/04/16 Letter to the Hon. Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House - Consider Emergency Funding To Address Opioid And Heroin Epidemic 3/28/16 Larson Lobbies for Emergency Funding to Combat Opioid Epidemic 3/15/16 Connecticut Congressional Delegation Applauds Over $1.3 Million in Federal Funding to the Connecticut Department of Health to expand Opioid Prevention 3/11/16 Larson Applauds Grant to Combat Opioid Addiction in Connecticut 2/11/16 "We Are in the Throes of an Epidemic" 12/08/15 Letter to Secretary Burwell - Urge to Continue Work to Address Opioid Epidemic 9/14/15 Delegation & Gov. Malloy: Over 20 Connecticut Communities Receive Federal Grants That Will Support Second Chance Initiatives, Prevent Youth Substance Use 1/12/07 Larson Votes to Lower Prescription Drug Costs for Seniors 1/12/07 Medicare Prescription Drug Price Negotiation Act of 2007 12/28/06 Larson Presents Breast Cancer Heroin Award To Maria Palomares Of Manchester 6/28/06 Larson: American Seniors Need a Prescription for Change 3/14/06 Hoyer, Colleagues Call for Extension to Enrollment Period for Medicare Prescription Drug Program 2/23/06 Larson Urges Revamping of Unwieldy Medicare Prescription Drug Program 1/27/06 Schakowsky Tells Bush to Level with the American People About the Flawed Medicare Drug Plan 1/27/06 Berry Calls on President to Make Medicare Reform a Top Priority in State of the Union 12/07/05 Prescription Drug Flexibility Act for Seniors 11/22/05 Larson Moves for Greater Beneficiary Protections under New Medicare Drug Law 6/06/05 Congressman John B. Larson Redoubles Efforts for Medicare Prescription-Drug Reform 1/30/04 Statement of Congressman Larson on $134 Billion Cost Increase for GOP Medicare Privitization Law Issue Position: Prescription Drugs

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