Washington, Apr 27, 2005 - During National Small Business Week, the U.S.
Washington, Apr 21, 2005 - The House today passed the bipartisan Energy Policy Act of 2005 by a vote of 249 to 183, and Congressman Dana Rohrabacher supported this bill, praising it as "a big win for America's energy future, and a huge help to California’s burgeoning energy costs."
Washington, Apr 13, 2005 - Last week, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 8 - a permanent repeal of the death tax. Congressman Rohrabacher, a co-sponsor of the bill, commended the passage. “The U.S. government has found every conceivable way to tax and over-tax the American people.
Washington, Apr 4, 2005 - Pope John Paul II was a courageous man and a champion of freedom. His 26 year reign participated in and oversaw the downfall of communism. His contributions to human freedom and liberty will never be forgotten. As we honor his memory, we do so in gratitude and reverence for his work across the globe as a leader for justice in the world.
Washington, Mar 21, 2005 - “Tonight the U.S. Congress acted to save a woman’s life and allow a judicial review of the facts of the Terri Schiavo case. As we’ve seen in the videos of Terri and from the testimony of her family, this woman deserves the chance to live. She does not deserve to be deprived of food and water and to die in pain.
Washington, Mar 17, 2005 - Yesterday Representative Rohrabacher introduced the "No Social Security for Illegal Immigrants Act." This bill would not allow wages earned while working illegally in this country to be credited towards Social Security benefits.
Washington, Mar 16, 2005 - “Our military forces in Iraq and Afghanistan continue to do their jobs in the harshest of environments. This bill continues our support of their work and recognizes the sacrifices they are making to ensure our security and to further the march of freedom.
Washington, Mar 10, 2005 - Representative Rohrabacher (R-CA) announced the inclusion of several local priorities in the Transportation Equity Act of 2005 which passed the House of Representatives today. The legislation authorizes transportation funding for the next six years and next goes to the Senate for passage. The local projects included in the bill:
Washington, Mar 2, 2005 - H.R. 27, the Job Training Improvement Act, will strengthen and improve America’s job training system to help states and communities ensure that workers get the training they need to find good jobs. This bill would:
Washington, Feb 17, 2005 - “For too long we have witnessed the exploitation of our judicial system by lawyers focused on lining their pockets at the expense of the very people they purport to fight for.