The 109th session of Congress is off to a busy start – already, there is substantial news to report affecting New York and the nation.
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Town Hall Meetings on the Future of Social Security
Friday, February 11, 2004 at 4 p.m.
Sunnyside Community Center
43-31 39th Street
I hope all of you are having a wonderful new year and are staying warm this snowy winter. I have spent the new year preparing legislative initiatives for the new session of Congress, and getting ready for what is sure to be a fierce fight on some vitally important issues for New Yorkers and all Americans.
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As 2004 draws to a close, the 108th Congress is now history. In the waning hours of the session, despite stiff resistance, we took historic action to make our country safer.
Even as the 108th Congress draws to a close, there are a number of major issues – many related to security and 9/11 – on which I believe our government should take action and on which I continue to work hard.
After an unusually busy August, Congress is back in session and considering important legislation. Here’s an update about some of the main issues I have been working on recently:
Congress has begun its summer district work period, but the activity in Washington has been as hot as the weather over the past few weeks. Here are just a few of the issues I am working on:
I would like to share with you some of the important issues I have been working on in Washington as we head into summer.