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Congressman Gene Green

Representing the 29th District of Texas

Press Releases

May 9, 2003 Press Release
Washington, DC - Congressman Gene Green strongly denounced a Surface Transportation Board vote this morning that gave the go-ahead to a highly controversial railroad construction project in East Harris County.
 
May 8, 2003 Press Release
HOUSTON Congressman Gene Green (D-Houston) is pleased to announce the winners of the 22nd Annual Congressional Art Competition-- a national art contest for high school students from each Congressional District. 
 
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May 2, 2003 Press Release
Washington, DC - Congressman Gene Green expressed frustration that the Surface Transportation Board (STB) staff recommended the approval of the San Jacinto rail construction project in East Harris County.  The STB board members will vote on the project Friday May 9, 2003.
 
March 20, 2003 Press Release
Washington, DC - Congressman Gene Green made the following statement today regarding the War against Iraq:
The decision to go to war is a serious one. The President has now determined that military action is necessary and we are united in one fight.
March 4, 2003 Press Release
Washington, DC - Congressman Gene Green made the following statement on the floor of the House of Representatives today regarding the Government Pension Offset (GPO) provision within the Social Security Protection Act:
 
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February 13, 2003 Press Release
Washington, DC - Congressman Gene Green today announced that the Fiscal Year 2003 Omnibus Appropriations bill before the House of Representatives today contains language funding a new flood control project on Hunting Bayou.  The bill is expected to pass both the House today and in the Senate tomorrow.
 
February 13, 2003 Press Release
Washington, DC - Congressman Gene Green today announced that the Fiscal Year 2003 Omnibus Appropriations bill before the House of Representatives today contains language funding a new flood control project on Hunting Bayou.  The bill is expected to pass both the House today and in the Senate tomorrow.
 

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