U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) joined a number of other Members of Congress in introducing H.R. 4628, the Patients' Bill of Rights Act of 2004, in a response to yesterday's Supreme Court decision.
Washington, D.C. - U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) tonight presented Tyron Morrison from Woodland Hills High School with the First Prize in the 2004 Congressional High School Arts Competition for the 14th Congressional District of Pennsylvania.
Representative Doyle joined 175 other Members of Congress and representatives of several veterans and military service organizations to launch a signature drive on a discharge petition to force a floor vote on H.R. 548, legislation that would end the drastic reduction in the Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) for spouses of deceased veterans.
Representative Doyle joined Nancy Murray, President of Arc of Greater Pittsburgh, and Dee Mahan of Families USA today at a seniors center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to inform seniors about the new Medicare prescription drug law. Congressman Doyle, Nancy Murray, and Mahan talked to seniors about what they should expect from the new Medicare law.
I want to thank Chairman Barton for holding this hearing today as there are few issues of greater importance to not only my district but the country as a whole. I also want to thank Secretary Evans for appearing before us today and I hope, Mr.
Washington, D.C. - March 8, 2004 - U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) read a book by Dr. Seuss to students at Edison Elementary School in West Mifflin today as part of “Read Across America” events all across the country this week.
Representative Doyle announced that the federal government is currently taking applications from local fire departments for funding under the federal Assistance for Firefighters Grant.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (D-PA) pledged today to fight to prevent Congress from dismantling federal programs that help hundreds of small manufacturers in Pennsylvania with technical assistance and business-support services.
I want to thank the Chairman for convening this hearing today and bringing together this distinguished panel of witnesses. I look forward to hearing their testimony and am hopeful that it will help us reach a better understanding of these complex and troubling issues.
On February 4, 2004, Representative Mike Doyle voted in the U.S. House of Representatives today to provide six months of additional federal unemployment benefits to millions of workers across the country who would not otherwise receive this much-needed help. This amendment, if it becomes law, will help more than 90,000 workers in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.