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Charlie Dent's Public Statements on Issue: Science

Office: U.S. House (PA) - District 15, Republican
Date Title
Feb. 16, 2017 During National Cancer Prevention Month House Cancer Caucus Leaders Pledge Collaboration on the Fight Against Cancer
Jan. 1, 2014 Issue Position: American Energy
June 19, 2013 DeGette and Dent Introduce Bipartisan Stem Cell Legislation
June 7, 2012 Dent Votes to Repeal Harmful Medical Device Tax
June 7, 2012 The Morning Call - House Repeals Medical Device Tax that Pays for Health Care Reform
June 29, 2011 The Hill - Stem Cell Bill Gets Republican Champion
June 27, 2011 DeGette and Dent Introduce Stem Cell Legislation
Jan. 1, 2011 Issue Position: Healthcare
Jan. 1, 2011 Issue Position: Energy
Dec. 14, 2010 Census Oversight Efficiency and Management Reform Act of 2010
March 9, 2009 Congressman Dent Applauds President's Order on Ethical Stem Cell Research
Oct. 17, 2007 Congressman Dent Helps Pass Important Medical Research Measures
June 20, 2007 Congressman Dent Disappointed In Presidential Veto Of Stem Cell Bill
June 20, 2007 Letter To President of the United States George W. Bush
June 7, 2007 Rep. Dent Lauds Passage Of Stem-Cell Research Bill, Urges The President To Sign It Into Law
Jan. 11, 2007 Rep. Dent Helps Pass Stem-Cell Research Bill That Expands Funding And Sets Strong Ethical Guidelines
Jan. 11, 2007 Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2007
Dec. 5, 2006 Recognizing The Generaous Actions Of The National Aeronautical And Space Administration
July 19, 2006 Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005--Veto Message From The President Of The United States
July 19, 2006 Congressman Dent Expresses Disappointment with Stem-Cell Veto, Will Vote to Override President
July 18, 2006 Rep. Dent hails Senate Stem-Cell Legislation, Promises to Fight Against Presidential Veto
May 24, 2005 Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005
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