Chairman's Press

November 2011
Don’t Retreat On Spending Cuts: Sessions Argues Momentum Is On Side Of Action
Balanced Budget Amendment Would Pave Way For Unprecedented Economic Growth
Sessions Comments On Committee’s Analysis Revealing True Impact Of Defense Sequestration
Sessions Remarks On Supercommittee Announcement
Citing Gimmicks And Spending Increases, Sessions To Oppose Appropriations Bill
Sessions: Debt Deal Includes Yet Another Washington Gimmick To Conceal Deficit Spending
As Political Class Calls For Stimulus, Sessions Counters With Middle Class Agenda
Sessions Warns: Pushing For Taxes To Avoid 3% Cut Threatens To Collapse Supercommittee’s Effort
Sessions Recommends Food Stamp Reform To Supercommittee
Solyndra Economics: Sessions Writes Chu For Answers On How Department Calculates Taxpayer Risk
Sessions Remarks On Latest Effort To Increase Borrowing As Part Of President’s Stimulus
‘The Public Deserves Better’: Sessions Appeals For Honest Budgeting In Voting Against Spending Bill
Sessions Outlines Spending Increases And Gimmicks In Appropriations Package
Sessions: Latest Solyndra-Style Bankruptcy ‘Heightens Concerns About Corporate Favoritism’
October 2011
Call on Sebelius to Provide Key CLASS Act Documents
Are Experts Who Call On U.S. To Curb Rising Debt ‘Extreme’ Too?
Sessions Applauds House Republican Budget, Reprimands Irresponsibility Of Democrat Leaders
Sessions Calls On President To Withdraw Controversial Budget Nominee
Sessions Responds To Latest Developments On Spending Negotiations, Potential Shutdown
This Has Always Been A Debate About Spending—And The American People Get It
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