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Congressman Gene Green

Representing the 29th District of Texas

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March 19, 2004 Press Release
Washington, DC - Today, U.S. Representatives Gene Green (D, TX-29) and James C. Greenwood (R, PA-8) introduced the bipartisan Trauma Research and Access for Urgent Medical Attention (TRAUMA) Act to bolster federal support for the development of trauma systems.
 
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March 16, 2004 Press Release
Houston, TX - Congressman Gene Green (D-TX) invites all high school students in the 29th District to participate in the 2004 Congressional Art Competition.  "An Artistic Discovery" is a national art contest for high school students from each Congressional District. 
 
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March 10, 2004 Press Release
Washington, DC - Congressman Gene Green (D-TX) today joined his Texas Democratic colleagues to express his support for Texas teachers and other public servants by signing a discharge petition to force action on HR 594, legislation to eliminate the Windfall Elimination Provision and Government Pension Offset. 
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March 10, 2004 Press Release
Washington, DC - Congressman Gene Green (D-Houston), co-author of the first anti-spam bill in Congress, and cosponsor of the Wilson-Green Anti-Spam Act of 2003, issued the following statement on the coordinated filing of the first major industry anti-spammer lawsuits announced today by America Online, EarthLink, Microsoft, and Yahoo:
March 2, 2004 Press Release
Washington, DC - Congressman Gene Green (D-Houston) has introduced legislation to prevent what has become a gross abuse of power in our current political climate, mid-decade Congressional redistricting. All members of the Texas Democratic Congressional Delegation joined Green in introducing this legislation.
February 12, 2004 Press Release
Washington, DC - Congressman Gene Green (D-TX) once again led the fight on the floor of the House of Representatives to save Texas Teachers Social Security spousal benefits, by opposing HR 743, the Social Security Protection Act.
 
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