WASHINGTON - U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)announced today that for the next week, college graduates and people currently in college have an opportunity to consolidate their student loans at historically low fixed interest rates.
WASHINGTON - U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)announced today that he and three other Congressmen have urged Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to meet with a group of women whose sons were killed while serving in Iraq.
Washington, D.C. - U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)tonight presented Lindsay Kilroy from Woodland Hills High School with the First Prize in the 2005 Congressional High School Arts Competition for the 14th Congressional District of Pennsylvania.
Washington, D.C. - U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)announced today that he has secured $1 million in federal funding for a study of how to eliminate the threat to public safety presented by natural gas leaks in the Borough of Versailles.
Washington, DC - U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14)announced today that he and Representative Lee Terry (NE-2) added an amendment to the House energy bill that will double federal funding for research on hydrogen fuel cells over the next 5 years.
The annual federal budget is the clearest single statement about our government’s priorities. The U.S. House of Representatives recently conducted a lengthy debate about those priorities.
Pittsburgh, PA - U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) declared an important victory for the American steel industry today with the expansion of the Steel Import Monitoring Analysis program.
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (PA-14) presented a check for $72,750 to Joe Lagana, the founder of the Homeless Children’s Education Fund, last night.
Pittsburgh, PA - U.S. Representative Mike Doyle (D-PA-14) joined U.S. Representatives Phil English (R-PA-3), Melissa Hart (R-PA-4), and Tim Murphy (R-PA-18) today in announcing the introduction of The Steel Import Monitoring Act, H.R. 1068 – legislation that would require the U.S. Commerce Department to expand and permanently track certain imports of steel products.
President Bush delivered his budget request to Congress last week. This budget covers the federal government’s fiscal year 2006, which starts in eight short months – on October 1 st.