John Spratt, Jr.'s Public Statements

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12/22/10 Reflections 12/17/10 Ike Skeleton National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011 11/10/10 Spratt Supports Van Hollen for Budget Ranking Member 10/04/10 Spratt Highlights Progress on Veterans Issues 9/28/10 Letter to The President 9/23/10 Spratt Votes for Tax Cuts, New Lending for Small Businesses 9/23/10 Spratt Urging Obama to Address China's Unfair Trade Practices and Protect American Jobs 9/17/10 House Passes Bipartisan Clyburn-Spratt Bill to Help Rural Americans Save on Utility Bills 9/16/10 Rural Energy Savings Program Act 9/16/10 Findings of the Chairman of the Committee on the Budget Relating to Effciency and Reform Pursuant to H. RES. 1493 9/15/10 Findings Pursuant to the House Budget Enforcement Resolution 8/17/10 Op-Ed - Spratt: Keeping Our Promises 8/10/10 Spratt Votes to Protect Teachers' Jobs and Provide Assistance to States 7/29/10 Spratt Receives Distinguished American Award from the Nation's Capital Chapter of the Air Force Association 7/27/10 Spratt Opening Statement at Hearing on the Budgetary Implications of Closing Yucca Mountain 7/26/10 House Budget Committee Chairman John Spratt to Examine Administration's Decision to Terminate Yucca Mountain Project; South Carolina Witness to Appear 7/15/10 Spratt Praises Senate Passage of Financial Overhaul Bill 7/14/10 AG Committee Approves Spratt-Clyburn Bill to Help Rural Americans Save on Utility Bills 7/02/10 Spratt Votes to Protect Taxpayers from Wall Street Recklessness 7/02/10 Letter to Timothy Geithner, Secretary of the Treasury - Anshan Iron and Steel Group 7/01/10 Spratt Statement on House Passage of Budget Enforcement Resolution 7/01/10 Spratt Introduces Budget Enforcement Resolution 7/01/10 Providing for Consideration of Senate Amendments to H.R. 4899, Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2010 6/29/10 Spratt Praises NRC Ruling on Yucca Mountain 6/16/10 Letter to Lisa Jackson, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency 6/16/10 Hearing of the House Committee on Ways and Means - China's Trade and Industrial Policies 5/28/10 Spratt Votes To Continue Job Creation, Cut Taxes, Expand Veterans Benefits 5/28/10 National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011 5/28/10 Spratt Introduces "Reduce Unnecessary Spending Act" 5/28/10 Spratt Votes for Defense Bill to Modernize Military, Improve Troop Safety, Strengthen National Security 5/27/10 Spratt Introduces Bill to Continue Low-Income Students' Access to College and Preserve Thousands of Jobs 5/27/10 National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011--Continued-- 5/27/10 National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011 5/25/10 Spratt Introduces Bill to Help Textile Industry 5/24/10 Spratt to Introduce Obama Administration's Expedited Rescission Bill 4/29/10 Spratt Announces Assistance For South Carolina Homeowners 4/22/10 Spratt Votes To Improve Veterans Health Services 4/15/10 On Tax Day, Spratt Highlights Tax Cuts For Working Families 3/24/10 Spratt Statement On Being Appointed To The President's National Commission On Fiscal Responsibility And Reform 3/24/10 Spratt Joins In Introducing Resolution Of Disapproval On Yucca Decision 3/23/10 FY2011 Project Requests By U.S. Rep. John Spratt (Listed In No Particular Order) 3/23/10 Bipartisan Coalition Introduces House Resolution Of Disapproval On Yucca Decision 3/17/10 Letter To The Honorable Timothy Geithner, Secretary Of The Treasury; The Honorable Gary Locke, Secretary Of Commerce 3/10/10 Senator Graham And Congressmen Clyburn And Spratt Co-Sponsor Rural Energy Savings Program Bill 2/23/10 Rep. Gene Green And Rep. Harry Teague Urge Against Damaging Natural Gas And Oil Industry 2/04/10 Spratt Statement On Passage Of Statutory PAYGO 2/04/10 Increasing The Statutory Limit On The Public Debt 2/01/10 Spratt Statement On President's FY2011 Budget 1/29/10 Spratt Back From Afghanistan; Led Delegation As Budget Committee Chairman 1/28/10 Spratt Statement On Senate Passage Of Statutory PAYGO Legislation

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