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Sep 21, 2005 News
Washington, Sep 21, 2005 - Today Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) joined Republican colleagues at a press conference to present a plan that calls for finding offsets in the budget in order to pay for the rebuilding of devastated areas of the Gulf Coast. “Hurricane Katrina has forced us to take a responsible approach to federal relief efforts and a reassessment of federal priorities,” said Rep... Read More
Aug 31, 2005 News
Washington, Aug 31, 2005 - Hurricane Katrina has devastated parts of Louisiana and Mississippi. Americans, who have lost everything, are now struggling to find food and water. There are many ways you can help. Below is a list of charities working with hurricane victims, go to their web sites to see what you can do. LinksSalvation ArmyThe American Red CrossEpiscopal Relief and Development
Jul 28, 2005
Washington, Jul 28, 2005 - The Help Efficient, Accessible, Low Cost, Timely Health Care (HEALTH) Act Of 2005 was approved on the floor of the House of Representatives. This vital legislation reforming the health care liability system, including compensation for injured patients and other issues arising out of health care law suits. The measure provides for a three-year statute of limitations with... Read More
Jul 26, 2005
Washington, Jul 26, 2005 - A critical measure improving both the access to health insurance and lowering the cost, issues at the heart of the health care reform debate, passed the House of Representatives today. The bill allows small businesses to join together through association health plans (AHPs) to purchase health insurance for their workers at a lower cost. The measure would increase small... Read More
Jul 25, 2005 News
Washington, Jul 25, 2005 - Rep. Dana Rohrabacher recently signed on as an original co-sponsor of H.R. 3095, The New Illegal Deduction Elimination Act (New IDEA). The bill would make wages and benefits paid to illegal aliens nondeductible for federal tax purposes.
Jul 22, 2005
Washington, Jul 22, 2005 - H.R. 3070, a bill reauthorizing the National Aeronautics and Space Administration through Fiscal Year 2007 passed on the floor of the House of Representatives by a 383 – 15 vote. The bill fully funds Exploration, the Space Shuttle the Space Station, and increases funding for priorities such as aeronautics, and a Hubble Space Telescope Servicing Mission.
Jul 20, 2005 News
Washington, Jul 20, 2005 - Today Representative Rohrabacher was pleased to announce the inclusion of $20 million for a Huntington Beach water infrastructure project in the Water Resources Development Act which passed the House of Representatives on July 14, 2005. “The City of Huntington Beach has been functioning on outdated water infrastructure for decades,” said Rep. Rohrabacher. “These funds... Read More
Jul 20, 2005
Washington, Jul 20, 2005 - Legislation authorizing funding for the U.S. Department of State, U.S. international broadcasting activities, and security assistance to America's allies passed the House of Representatives today. H.R. 2601 strengthens the U.S. Government’s development and coordination of nonproliferation and export control policy to counter proliferation of dangerous missile and... Read More
Jul 20, 2005 News
Washington, Jul 20, 2005 - The House of Representatives today adopted an amendment to the Foreign Relations Authorization Act introduced by Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) that expresses the sense of Congress that the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba should remain open. “The recent criticism of Guantanamo fails to mention that this a prison full of terrorists, the kind who target... Read More
Jul 14, 2005
Washington, Jul 14, 2005 - Representative Rohrabacher was pleased to announce the inclusion of $20 million for a Huntington Beach water infrastructure project in the Water Resources Development Act, H.R. 2419, which passed the House of Representatives on July 14, 2005. “The City of Huntington Beach has been functioning on outdated water infrastructure for decades,” said Rep. Rohrabacher. “These... Read More