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Shelley Berkley's Public Statements

Date Title
April 21, 2004 169 House Members Call on Bush to Recognize Armenian Genocide
April 20, 2004 The Budget
April 7, 2004 Congressional Leaders to FEC: Allow Political Organizations to Participate Fully in Elections
April 2, 2004 Transportation Equity Act : A Legacy for Users
April 1, 2004 Transportation Equity Act : A Legacy for Users
March 25, 2004 Greek Independence Day
March 24, 2004 Supporting Israel
March 24, 2004 Federal News Service - Hearing of the Subcom. on the Middle East and Central Asia of House Com. on International Relations on Saudi Arabia -Transcript
March 23, 2004 House to Debate Budget Resolution
March 18, 2004 In Memory of the Late Governer Mike O'Callaghan
March 17, 2004 Pelosi Statement on the Effect of Bush Budget on Women
March 10, 2004 Federal News Service - Hearing of the House Committee on International Relations on the Future of US - Libyan Relations - Transcript
Feb. 26, 2004 Expressing Congressional Support for Isreali Security Fence
New Provisions Will Protect Funds for State, Local Scientific Oversight of DOE
Issue Position: Working for Working Families
Issue Position: Improving Access to Affordable Health Care
Issue Position: Doctors
Issue Position: Business and the Economy
Issue Position: Education
Issue Position: Safeguarding Our Homeland Security
Issue Position: Gaming
Issue Position: Health and Seniors
Issue Position: Medicare
Issue Position: Social Security
Issue Position: Yucca Mountain
Issue Position: Public Lands and Environment
Issue Position: Planning for Energy Independence
Issue Position: Veterans
Issue Position: Transportation
Issue Position: Energy
Issue Position: Fighting for Public Education
Berkley Officially Launches Re-Election Bid
Issue Position: Protecting Nevada's Seniors
Berkley Opposes Ban on Internet Betting
Issue Position: Honoring Our Veterans
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