Provision Allows New Beds for Patients to Open, Prevents Job Losses
CONTACT: Bryan DeAngelis (Dodd), 202-224-5372
Adriana Surfas (DeLauro), 202-225-3661
Credit considered one of the most stimulative of tax proposals
Washington, DC – Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro (Conn. -3) joined a majority in the House of Representatives in support of critical legislation to create and save 3.5 million American jobs that will be signed into law next week.
Washington, DC – Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro (Conn. -3), in a letter to the Inspector General at the Department of Health and Human Services, called for an audit of the Food and Drug Administration’s oversight of state inspection contracts.
Washington, DC – Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro (Conn. -3) wrote to the Food and Drug Administration Acting Commissioner, Frank M. Totti, M.D. to request information on drug and device approvals made in the final months of the Bush Administration. Below is the text of the letter.
February 12, 2009
Frank M. Torti, M.D.
Contact: Adriana Surfas (DeLauro) 202-225-3661
Bryan DeAngelis (Dodd) 202-224-5372
Emily Barocas (Larson), 202-225-2265
Brian Farber (Courtney), 202-225-2076
Kristen Bossi (Murphy), 202-225-4476
Elizabeth Kerr (Himes), 202-225-5541
Contact: Max Gleischman (Durbin)
Adriana Surfas (DeLauro)
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro (CT-3) announced that East Haven will receive a $1.9 million federal Hazard Mitigation Program Grant, Non Emergency through the Federal Emergency Management Agency to mitigate or remove entirely the likelihood of future flood insurance claims from some coastal and river properties.
Washington, DC – Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro (Conn. -3), alarmed by the latest developments in the investigation into Peanut Corporation of America, which revealed that the company sold roasted peanuts and peanut butter to the nation’s school lunch program, wrote to U.S.
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Rosa L. DeLauro (CT-3) issued the following statement following news from the Labor Department that in January the economy shed another 598,000jobs – the largest monthly job loss since the start of the recession in December of 2007. This brings the total payroll jobs lost to 3.6 million since the start of the recession.