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August 7, 2006 Press Release

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)called today for Congress to change course and move the nation in a dramatic new direction. 

“For the last ten years, Congress has put special interests ahead of the public interest,” Congressman Doyle said today.  “As a result, the American people have suffered.”

August 3, 2006 Press Release

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)called today for Congressional review of the process that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security uses to screen people who work in federal buildings. 

July 10, 2006 Press Release

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – U.S. Representatives Mike Doyle (PA-14) and Phil English (PA-3) called for passage of H.R. 5229, the Pet Safety and Protection Act, in a press conference today at the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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June 16, 2006 Press Release

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)today called for the passage of H.R. 5229, the Pet Safety and Protection Act when he spoke at a packed Congressional screening of the HBO documentary “Dealing Dogs” this morning.

June 16, 2006 Press Release

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)condemned the Republican House Leadership today for its conduct of the debate over Iraq policy in the House of Representatives.

June 8, 2006 Press Release

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) today voted against a major telecommunications reform bill after the House failed to adopt an amendment that would have kept control over telecom franchises at the local level.

May 18, 2006 Press Release

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) voted against the federal Fiscal Year 2007 budget resolution that was approved by the U.S. House of Representatives on a party-line vote early this morning.

May 10, 2006 Press Release

Washington, DC – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) today voted against legislation that would increase the national debt by nearly $70 billion in order to extend tax breaks that primarily benefit multi-national corporations and households with annual incomes of more than $200,000.

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