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, Jr. serves as the Ranking Member on the House Committee on Energy and Commerce. Updates from Democratic staff.
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Bobby L. Rush May 24
Great reception last night to honor the committee.
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Rep. Joe Kennedy III May 24
One of us has the energy and tech savvy of a 37 year old. The other is a redhead who needs a nap.
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Energy Commerce Dems May 24
Ranking Member requests a hearing on the unauthorized disclosure of real-time location data wireless carriers collect.
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Rep. Frank Pallone May 24
Thanks to the for holding an event honoring last night. Enjoyed reminiscing with , , & so many other friends and colleagues.
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Energy Commerce Dems May 23
New analysis from shows implementing Medicaid work requirements will force financially strapped states to spend millions on implementation instead of on care. See which states are impacted here:
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Center on Budget May 23
States will have to perform a variety of difficult, expensive tasks to implement the proposed Medicaid work requirements. And that's a time when many states are facing budget problems. Is your state one of them?
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Energy Commerce Dems May 23
New report finds ACA premiums will rise 15% next year and 3 million fewer Americans will have healthcare thanks to the and GOP .
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Energy Commerce Dems May 23
WATCH LIVE: Health Subcommittee hearing on the Children’s Hospital Graduate Medical Education Program →
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Bobby L. Rush May 23
spends more time restricting access to the press than he does protecting the health of America’s families.
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Energy Commerce Dems May 23
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Energy Commerce Dems May 23
E&C Democrats question Chairman Pai on his evasive responses to inquiries and outright refusal to respond to Democratic committee members.
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Energy Commerce Dems May 23
WATCH LIVE: O&I Subcommittee hearing on sexual abuse in the Olympic community →
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Energy Commerce Dems May 22
“I am disgusted that the Trump Administration is once again prioritizing extremist ideology over women’s health,” says Ranking Member in response to ’ Title X proposed gag rule. Read more:
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Paul Tonko May 22
is the cornerstone of a free & open Internet powering & communities across America The Senate voted to restore . I’m proud to cosponsor legislation to do the same in the House. We the people—not corporations—should decide what we see online
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Rep. Gene Green May 22
Replying to @RepGeneGreen
The new pathway created in S. 204 is not necessary and, in fact, may well endanger the health and safety of seriously ill patients by bypassing FDA’s oversight and expertise. For the many reasons I listed, I voted "Nay."
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Energy Commerce Dems May 22
Replying to @FrankPallone
RM : " If this is such a patient centered bill ---- why does every major patient organization overwhelmingly oppose it? More than 100 patient organizations sent a letter to Congress just yesterday opposing this legislation.”
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Energy Commerce Dems May 22
Replying to @FrankPallone
RM : " Supporters of this bill want to blindly believe that there are no bad actors out there, but imagine someone like Martin Shkreli promising a dying patient a cure that could save their life.”
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Energy Commerce Dems May 22
Replying to @FrankPallone
RM : "That House bill was a bad bill, but this Senate bill is much worse. I cannot fathom why my Republican colleagues are surrendering to the Senate and agreeing to pass a more dangerous version of ‘Right to Try’ legislation."
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Energy Commerce Dems May 22
Ranking Member voices his opposition to “Right to Try” on the House floor: “This bill needlessly exposes vulnerable patients to the risks of unproven medications.”
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Energy Commerce Dems May 22
Looks like got distracted from the EPA's mission again.
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