Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)today released a list of his funding requests that were included in the federal fiscal year 2008 appropriations bills approved by the House of Representatives this year.
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)joined a majority in the House of Representatives last night in voting to pass legislation that would provide health care to 11 million low-income children and strengthen Medicare. The Children’s Health and Medicare Protection (CHAMP) Act was approved by a vote of 225 to 204.
Pittsburgh, PA – U.S. Representatives Mike Doyle, Tim Murphy, and Jason Altmire held a press conference this morning across the street from the VA University Drive facility in Oakland to announce that they have introduced legislation to keep the renovation of the Pittsburgh VA facilities on track.
Washington, DC – U.S. Representatives Mike Doyle (PA-14) and Lee Terry (NE-2) today introduced bipartisan legislation to allow thousands of community radio stations across the country to begin broadcasting.
WASHINGTON, DC – Pennsylvania Congressman Mike Doyle and Tennessee Congressman Zach Wamp today announced the formation of a bi-partisan Congressional Caucus on Robotics. The caucus will focus on key issues facing the nation’s traditional industrial robotics industry as well as issues critical to growing companies, markets, and industries based on recent technological advances
Washington, DC – Congressman Mike Doyle (PA-14) released the following statement today after House consideration of H.R. 2206, legislation to provide $98 billion in additional funding for the ongoing war in Iraq:
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Washington, DC - U.S. Representatives Mike Doyle (PA-14), Chris Smith (NJ-4), Eliot Engel (NY-17), and Chip Pickering (MS-3) introduced legislation today to improve and expand care and services for Americans with autism spectrum disorders.
Pittsburgh, PA – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) today voted in favor of a federal budget for Fiscal Year 2008 that would balance the federal budget over the next 5 years while providing additional funding for high priority domestic programs like education, health care, and veterans.