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Congresswoman Louise Slaughter

Representing the 25th District of New York

Press Releases

April 13, 2006 Press Release
 

Rep. Slaughter Calls on Special Prosecutor to Investigate Gannon's Role in Plame CIA Document Leak Scandal

Reps. Slaughter & Conyers Call on Special Prosecutor and
Secret Service to Investigate Growing Gannon Scandal

April 13, 2006 Press Release
 

Rep. Slaughter Reacts to Passage of "Real ID Act of 2005"

Local Congresswoman voted no on Thursday.

 

April 13, 2006 Press Release
 

Rep. Slaughter Calls on President Bush to Explain Emerging White House Briefing Room Scandal

April 13, 2006 Press Release

Rep. Slaughter: Republican Budget for 2006 is Irresponsible, Incomplete


Washington, DC - Today, Rep. Louise M. Slaughter (NY-28), Ranking Member of the House Committee on Rules, rejected the Bush Administration's 2006 budget as irresponsible, incomplete and immoral.

 

April 13, 2006 Press Release

Rep. Slaughter Praises Federal Decision In Favor of Local Jobs

April 13, 2006 Press Release

Rep. Slaughter Announces $1.5 Million in Funding for Center for Court Innovation

               

April 13, 2006 Press Release

Rep. Slaughter Blasts President in Response to State of the Union Address

 

Washington, DC - Rep. Louise M. Slaughter (NY-28), Ranking Member of the House Committee on Rules, responded to President Bush's State of the Union Wednesday night:

 

April 13, 2006 Press Release

Rep. Slaughter Launches Pre-SOTU Offensive to Protect Working Women from Bush Privatization Scheme

 

April 13, 2006 Press Release
 

Rep. Slaughter Delivers $100,000 to Pulaski Library Project for Renovations

Congresswoman to announce $100,000 from LMS Earmark

 

ROCHESTER, NY- Rep. Louise M. Slaughter (NY-28) held a press conference Monday morning to announce $100,000 in Federal Funding for the Pulaski Library Project.

 

April 13, 2006 Press Release
 

Rep. Slaughter Calls on Bush Administration to Come Clean on Payments to Journalists

Pressure builds as more journalists come forward after taking money from White House to stump for Administration proposals.

 

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