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Congressman Bobby Scott

Representing the 3rd District of Virginia

Press Releases

April 27, 2006 Press Release
(Washington D.C.) - Congressman Robert C. "Bobby" Scott, (D-VA-3), spoke on the Floor of the House of Representatives today to promote lobbying reform that is both effective and constitutional. ...
March 16, 2006 Press Release
(Washington D.C.)- Today Congressman Scott participated in a bill signing ceremony at the White House with President Bush.The bipartisan bill, entitled the "Stop Counterfeiting in Manufactured Goods A...
March 10, 2006 Press Release
(Washington D.C.)-Representative Robert C. "Bobby" Scott, (D-VA-3), announced his support for legislation that would increase the minimum wage to $7.25 an hour over two years. Rep. Scott signed a discharge petition that would force consideration of the Miller-Owens bill (H.R.
December 15, 2005 Press Release
(Washington D.C.)- Congressman Robert C. "Bobby" Scott (D-VA-3) last night spoke on the Floor of the House of Representatives and urged Congress to protect the spirit of Christmas. ...
December 8, 2005 Press Release
(Washington D.C.) - Today Congressman Scott successfully demanded that America provide for the basic health care needs and safety of immigration detainees held by the U.S....
November 19, 2005 Press Release
(Washington D.C.) - Congressman Robert C. "Bobby" Scott, (D-VA-3), last night opposed a Republican bill that severely decreases student aid and funds for important social service programs....
November 18, 2005 Press Release
(Washington D.C.) - Congressman Robert C. "Bobby" Scott, (D-VA-3), tonight opposed a Republican attempt to bulldoze any meaningful discussion of American redeployment from Iraq.Representative John P....
November 17, 2005 Press Release
(Washington D.C.)- Congressman Robert C. "Bobby" Scott (D-VA), has been honored by the Richmond Peace Education Center with its Peacemaker of the Year award. He received the award for his support of h...

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