From: The Committee on Energy and Commerce – Minority Staff Sent By: email@example.com Date: 6/10/2009 This past Saturday the Wall Street Journal ran an op-ed discussing a critique by disaster trends expert Roger Pielke of a climate change report released by former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan. The report predicts, “mass starvation, mass migration, and […]
From: The Honorable Bart Stupak Sent By: firstname.lastname@example.org Bill: H.Res. 519 Date: 6/10/2009 THE NORTHERN BORDER CAUCUS HONORS CANADA’S BIRTHDAY COSPONSOR CANADA DAYRESOLUTION H. RES. 519 June 10, 2009 Dear Colleague: As co-chairs of the congressional Northern Border Caucus, we invite you to join us in support of the attached resolution recognizing Canada Day, the […]
From: The Honorable Carolyn B. Maloney Sent By: email@example.com Bill: H.Con.Res. 146 Date: 6/10/2009 June 10, 2009 JOIN US IN RECOGNIZING 64 YEARS OF THE UNITED NATIONS Become a Cosponsor of H. Con. Res. 146 ** Original Cosponsors: Delahunt, Bordallo, Farr, Honda, Barbara Lee, McGovern, Serrano, Hinchey, Kucinich, Markey, Olver, Towns** Dear Colleague, In 1945, […]
From: The Honorable Eddie Bernice Johnson Sent By: Christopher.Crowe@mail.house.gov Date: 6/10/2009 Tomorrow–Breakfast will be served! Dear Colleague: Please join the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, A New Way Forward, and Campaign for America’s Future to discuss the importance of expanding the accountability and oversight of financial institutions. The panel discussion will take place on Thursday, June […]
From: The Honorable Doris O. Matsui Sent By: firstname.lastname@example.org Bill: H.Res. 453 Date: 6/10/2009 Support H. RES. 453 – On House Floor Today A Resolution Honoring AmeriCorps Week, American Volunteers June 10, 2009 Dear Colleague: I am writing to urge your support for H.Res 453 which will be voted on the floor today. H. Res. […]
As the Energy and Water Development (E&W) Appropriations Subcommittee reviews the Fiscal Year 2010 Budget Request for Department of Energy, we would like to express our deep concern over the lack of funding for the hydrogen program, which has been cut to zero. Compared to FY 2009, the hydrogen and fuel cell program has been reduced by 66%, or $132,387,000. Hydrogen funding was cut completely, leaving only fuel cells, which were placed on a caretaker footing. This means that other related programs will suffer, like the Nuclear Hydrogen Initiative (-$8 M), the Fuels work on hydrogen from coal (-$10 M, or a 67% reduction), and the Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance (SECA), which lost $4 M (-8%).
From: The Honorable Lois Capps Sent By: email@example.com Date: 6/10/2009 June 10, 2009 Make a Difference by Joining The Congressional School Health and Safety Caucus Dear Colleague: As the co-chairs of the Congressional School Health and Safety Caucus, we are writing to invite you to join our bi-partisan caucus. Academic achievement is a key mission […]
Cosponsor H.R. 789, the Teen Dating Violence Prevention Act Dear Colleague: I write to bring to your attention a CNN article regarding the relationship between increased teen dating violence and the economic pressure on American families. The Family Violence Prevention Fund and Liz Claiborne, Inc. commissioned the survey. Unfortunately, teen dating violence is one of […]