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Congressman Gene Green

Representing the 29th District of Texas

Press Releases

September 20, 2005 Press Release
WASHINGTON, DC-Congressman Gene Green (TX-29) today, signed a joint letter to President George W. Bush, along with fellow members of the Houston Congressional Delegation, asking the President to declare Texas a state of emergency in anticipation of Hurricane Rita striking the Texas Gulf Coast.
September 19, 2005 Press Release
HOUSTON, TX-Congressman Gene Green (D-Houston), on Monday, September 19, 2005 held his 8th Paying for College Workshop, in conjunction with the Sallie Mae Fund at Cesar Chavez High School in Houston.
September 13, 2005 Press Release
Washington, DC - Today, Congressman Gene Green (D-Houston) announced $35 million in Houston-area port security funding in the recent round of Port Security Grant funding and applauded the significant record amount of resources dedicated to the protection of the Houston Ship Channel and its infrastructure.
September 6, 2005 Press Release

Houston, TX - Congressman Gene Green (D-Houston), today called on Steve Largent, President of Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) to assist in getting a grace period extension for disaster area customers.

September 2, 2005 Press Release
Houston,TX. Congressman Gene Green released the following statement in response to Hurricane Katrina that has devastated the lives of many families and individuals in parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama:
August 17, 2005 Press Release

Houston, TX - Today, Congressman Gene Green (D-Houston) toured Baylor College of Medicine's new Center for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine as part of the effort in advocating embryonic stem cell research. Green hopes his presence will help stimulate public support and federal funding.

August 13, 2005 Press Release
Houston, TX- On Saturday, August 13, 2005, Congressman Gene Green (D-Texas), hosted his 10th Annual Immunization Day.  The event took place even as the latest report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention gave Houston a low score in immunization rates.