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Jim Bunning's Public Statements on Issue: Drugs

Date Title
Feb. 25, 2010 Unanimous Consent Request--H.R. 4691
April 18, 2007 Court Security Improvement Act Of 2007--Motion To Proceed--Resumed
July 11, 2006 Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2007
July 1, 2005 Zimbabwe
June 29, 2005 Bunning Pitches Legislation To Strikeout Drugs In Major League Sports
June 29, 2005 Statement By U.S. Senator Jim Bunning Introduction Of The "Professional Sports Integrity And Accountability Act"
June 10, 2005 Affordable Prescription Drugs Coming Soon
March 2, 2005 Hearing of the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources on Proposed FiscalYear 2006 Budget Request for the Forest Service
Sept. 29, 2004 Panel 2 of a Hearing of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee-The 9/11 Commission,Efforts to Identify and Combat Terrorist Financing
Sept. 28, 2004 Bunning Announces Over $1 Million in Federal Funding for Eleven Local Communities to Combat Drugs
Sept. 8, 2004 Statement of U.S. Senator Jim Bunning on Medicare Prescription Drug Cards
June 4, 2004 Prescription Drug Discount Cards Have Finally Arrived
April 25, 2004 Medicare Prescription Drug Benefits for Kentucky's Seniors
March 24, 2004 What the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan Means for Kentucky
Dec. 5, 2003 Bringing Medicare into the 21st Century
Nov. 23, 2003 Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003-Conference Report
July 24, 2003 Bipartisan Prescription Drug Importation Letter to Medicare Conference Committee Chairmen
June 27, 2003 Senate Approves Medicare Prescription Drug Bill - Bunning Says Bill Delivers on Promise to America's Seniors
June 26, 2003 Prescription Drug and Medicare Improvement Act of 2003
June 17, 2003 Prescription Drug and Medicare Improvement Act of 2003
June 12, 2003 Medicare Prescription Drug Bill Approved by Senate Finance Committee
Issue Position: Medicare
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