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Russ Feingold   Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Russ Feingold released the following statement regarding the decision by the United States Navy to request more ships from Wisconsin shipbuilder Marinette Marine. The Navy is proposing to purchase 10 Littoral Combat Ships (LCS) from the northeastern Wisconsin company, which would support jobs in northeastern Wisconsin and throughout the state. “I am pleased the Navy would like ... 9 ans
Russ Feingold   Madison (WQOW) - Much of the talk since Election Day has been about a comment from Senator Russ Feingold Tuesday night, after being defeated by Ron Johnson. "I hope and I intend to work with you in the future as much as possible. So, it's onto the next fight, it's onto the next battle, it's onto 2012," expresses Sen. Feingold. That fueled speculation that Feingold would be back on the campaign trail soon, ... 9 ans
Kay Hagan   U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., released a statement Wednesday honoring the Marine Corps on its 235th birthday. She pointed out the Marines large presence in North Carolina and the service and accomplishments of N.C. Marines. Here’s her full statement: On this day, we honor the 235th year of the US Marine Corps and the brave men and women who have steadfastly fought to protect our nation. I am proud to say that North ... 9 ans
Kay Hagan   The U.S. Senate voted to move forward on a long-stalled food safety bill with a 74-25 vote on Wednesday. The Food Safety Modernization Act will give the Food and Drug Administration more authority to increase inspections of processing facilities and to conduct food recalls more quickly. It will also require producers to follow stricter standards to keep food safe. “This bill is designed to overhaul our food safety system ... 9 ans
Claire McCaskill      WASHINGTON - Slamming the government's record on contracting in Afghanistan, U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill lashed out at its chief inspector Thursday for not doing nearly enough to expose waste and fraud in contracts related to the $56 billion that this country has spent so far on Afghanistan reconstruction. "You are not the right person for the job," McCaskill, D-Mo., told the inspector, Arnold Fields (right), ... 9 ans
Mark Warner   Results from last week's midterm elections mean Washington's two major parties will have to work together to deal with the nation's problems, U.S. Sen. Mark Warner said Monday. Republicans seized control of the U.S. House of Representatives and cut into the Democratic majority in the U.S. Senate, as a result of the elections. Warner, a former Virginia governor and first-term Senate Democrat, spoke about the changing ... 9 ans
Mark Warner   As Congress prepares to fight over whether to extend the Bush-era tax cuts, Sen. Mark Warner is proposing a compromise. Democrats want to extend the cuts to 98 percent of people, but not to the top 2 percent of earners, who earn more than $250,000 a year. Republicans want to extend them for everyone. Part of Republicans' argument is that many of those top earners are actually businesses whose owners file as individuals. ... 9 ans
Mark Warner   Virginia Senator Mark R Warner, a Democrat considered close to New Delhi, would co-chair the Senate-India Caucus in the new US Congress, replacing his veteran party colleague Chris Dodd who did not seek re-election in the recent mid-term polls. 55-year-old Warner, a former Virginia Governor, would be co-charing the Senate-India Caucus with Republican John Cornyn from Texas. He replaced Dodd, the longest serving Democratic ... 9 ans
Lindsey Graham   Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who met with Afghan President Hamid Karzai during a recent visit, said on Sunday he was "stunned" at Karzai's comments to a Washington newspaper, which appeared at odds with U.S. military strategy. In an interview with The Washington Post, Karzai said he wants the U.S. military to scale back the visibility and intensity of its operations in Afghanistan and end night raids that he ... 9 ans
Lindsey Graham       This morning on ABC’s This Week, Senator Lindsey Graham told host Christiane Amanpour that he viewed 2014, not 2011, as the real target for the US’s withdrawal from Afghanistan. Amanpour began discussing the well-known deadline of summer 2011, which is when the administration intends to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan. She asked Senator Graham if he believed troops would stay beyond then, to ... 9 ans

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