Chairman's Press

December 2011
Sessions On Fox: President’s Policies Threaten The Middle Class
Sessions Comments On Social Security Votes, Encourages President To Return To Governing
Responding To President’s Kansas Address, Sessions Asks: Where Will His Policies Leave Us?
Sessions Challenges War Savings Gimmick
November 2011
The Case For Growth: Sessions Lists Benefits Of Discretionary Cuts
Sessions Expresses Concern Over Obama Nominee For Key Budget Post, Lack Of Candor From White House
Congress Should Cut Its Own Budget To Have Credibility On Spending, Sessions Says
Sessions: Obama Budget Nominee Must Reject Bogus WH Claims
Sessions Speaks In Support Of Latest Spending Reduction, Stresses Need For Further Action
‘The Most Irresponsible Spending Plan In Our Time’: Sessions Reacts To CBO Score, Renews Call For Honest Budgeting
Sessions, Hatch Ask Medicare Trustees To Account For Medicare Double Counting In Next Estimate On Medicare Solvency
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
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