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Lynn Woolsey's Public Statements on Issue: Government Operations

Date Title
Sept. 20, 2012 Constitution Week/Voter Suppression
July 25, 2012 Red Tape Reduction and Small Business Job Creation Act
June 13, 2012 Rep. Woolsey Recognizes North Bay Local Governments for Resolutions Urging an End to Corporate Power in Elections
April 19, 2012 New GAO Report: Burdensome OSHA Regulatory Process Costs Lives
March 20, 2012 Removing Restrictions for Accomack County Land Parcel
Nov. 3, 2011 Letter to Secretaries of State
Nov. 1, 2011 Letter to Speaker Boehner
July 25, 2011 Letter to Democratic Leader Pelosi
July 21, 2011 Letter to Barack H. Obama, President of the United States - Cuts to Social Security Revenue
May 3, 2011 Roll Call - Grijalva, Honda and Woolsey: Senate Should Look at CPC Budget Proposal
Nov. 5, 2010 CPC Chairs Support Pelosi for House Democratic Leader
May 26, 2009 Woolsey – Court Ruling ‘Enshrines Bigotry and Discrimination as the Rule of Law.'
Jan. 9, 2009 Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009
May 15, 2008 Woolsey Celebrates CA Supreme Court Decision on Gay Marriage
Nov. 1, 2007 House Democrats Introduce Whistleblower Protection Bill
June 28, 2007 Woolsey Statement on Today's Supreme Court Ruling
May 30, 2007 Supreme Court Ruling Endorses Pay Discrimination
May 15, 2007 Chairwoman Woolsey Statement at Subcommittee Hearing On "Private Sector Whistleblowers: Are There Sufficient Legal Protections?"
April 19, 2007 Woolsey, Colleagues Stand Up For Choice
Sept. 8, 2006 Letter to Elaine Chao, Secretary, U.S. Department of Labor - Women's Bureau of the Department of Labor
March 20, 2005 For The Relief of the Parents of Theresa Marie Schiavo
Jan. 6, 2005 Fighting to Protect Voting Rights
Oct. 5, 2004 Creating Additional Federal Court Judgeships
Sept. 7, 2004 Smart Security and Elections
May 6, 2004 Honoring Robert Henry of Santa Rosa, Califronia
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