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U.S. Service Academy Nominations
High School students and guidance counselors can contact my Burlington office to request nominations for our military Academies.
Visiting Washington, D.C.
Planning A Trip To Washington, DC?  Contact my office to schedule tours and learn about upcoming events in Washington.
Traveling Abroad
There are many precautions international travelers should take before traveling overseas.  I hope you take time to use the resources the federal government has set up to make your travel safer and more enjoyable.
Resources For Students
Students preparing projects or interested in learning more about the federal government and Congress should start here.

Contact Senator Leahy

Sen. Patrick Leahy speaks at the opening of the CVPS/Leahy Community Health Education Center at the Rutland Regional Medical Center on Oct. 27, 2006.  Leahy helped secured funds for the $2.5 million community facility.  For more, click here.

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Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), right foreground, paid tribute Sept. 27 to friend and colleague, retiring Sen. Jim Jeffords (I-Vt.), left background.  Leahy and Jeffords came to Washington together in 1974, when Leahy was elected to the Senate and Jeffords to the House.  Jeffords delivered his final floor statement Sept. 27.  He will retire from the Senate when the 109th Congress adjourns.  For video of Leahy's remarks about Jeffords, click here.  For the text of his remarks, click here.


Senator Leahy's Current Legislation

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The Senate will convene today, Monday, November 13, at 2:00 p.m. 
For today's Senate action, click here for More From the Floor


Comment Of Sen. Patrick Leahy On House Plans To Vote Monday On The New England Wilderness Act  November 10, 2006

Reaction Of Sen. Patrick Leahy To The Announcement Of The Resignation Of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld  November 8, 2006

Leahy Attends Opening Of New Education Center At The Rutland Regional Medical Center  October 27, 2006

Comment Of Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., Ranking Member, Judiciary Committee, On President Bush's Signing Of The Secure Fence Act Of 2006  October 26, 2006

Reaction Of Sen. Patrick Leahy To The President's News Conference On Iraq  October 25, 2006

Leahy, Kennedy Urge AG Gonzales To Vigorously Pursue Voter Suppression Allegations in So. California
October 20, 2006

Vermont Congressional Delegation Defends Vermont Stone Industry, Urges VA To Continue Using Superior Vermont Stone And Craftsmanship At The Nation’s Veterans Cemeteries

October 19, 2006

Comments Of Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) (Chief Sponsor Of The Leahy-Stevens Amendment) On The State Department's Proposed Rule, Issued Tuesday, To Implement The PASS Card Border ID System, Part Of The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI)  October 17, 2006