Chairman's Press

November 2011
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
Sessions Calls on President to Submit New, Concrete Budget Plan to Congress
Sessions Responds to President’s Speech: ‘Vision’ Presented Was Big Government
Casting Vote For Spending Cut, Sessions Says It’s ‘Beginning Of Beginning’ Of Budget Fight
Budget Committee Republicans Ask Obama To Submit New Budget By May 15
Sessions: ‘Not Everyone In Washington Living In Same Reality’
Sessions Reacts To Forecast That China’s Economy Will Soon Top That Of U.S.
Committee Republicans Ask Chairman Conrad To Hold Open Mark-Up Of Budget, Post Resolution Online
Sessions Anticipates Senate Vote On President’s Budget
Sessions Comments After Senate Democrats Oppose Food Stamp Fix To Save Billions In Mishandled Funds
Sessions To Oppose Cloture On Combined Spending Bills
Sessions Announces Opposition To Controversial Budget Nominee
Sessions Unveils Amendments Combat Billions In Waste, Gimmicks As He Challenges President To Do The Same
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