Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) today voted in favor of legislation that would set a deadline for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from combat operations in Iraq and set benchmarks for the Iraqi to take over security and counter-insurgent activities in that country.
Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) today grilled Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin over his decision to terminate a study of deficiencies in the U.S. e911 emergency locator service.
Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)joined a majority of Members of the House of Representatives in adopting legislation today that will provide $14 billion in federal assistance to local communities to improve their wastewater sewer systems.
Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) today pointed out how radical changes in the way Americans make and listen to music have overtaken copyright law.
Pittsburgh, PA – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) spoke out today in support of legislation that would increase American voters’ confidence in the accuracy and reliability of our country’s voting machines at a press conference held on the steps of the City-County Building in Pittsburgh.
Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) sent a letter commenting on the Federal Communications Commission’s media ownership rulemaking to FCC Chairman Kevin Martin yesterday for inclusion in the record of the hearing that the FCC is holding today in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) sent the following letter to the Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin today.
Dear Chairman Martin,
Madam Speaker, as someone who has opposed this misguided diversion from the War on Terror from the very beginning, I believe it’s way past time for our country to take stock of where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going in Iraq.
Pittsburgh, PA – “The fate of Iraq is now in the hands of the Iraqi people. The President’s new policy would only increase the dependence of the Iraqis and delay their standing up and fighting for their own country.
A comprehensive bipartisan examination of President Bush’s policies in Iraq is long overdue, but the Iraq Study Group has finally provided one. I am grateful to the Iraq Study Group members for their integrity and commitment to public service.