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Is global warming a crisis, and should government play a major role in addressing it?
11/3/2006: The rich are getting much richer, much faster than everyone else (McClatchy Newspapers)

10/30/2006: Global Warming Will Devastate World Economy, Report Says (Associated Press)

10/30/2006: Banks use gobbledygook to mask sleazy practices (USA Today)

10/26/2006: Executive Compensation vs. Workers

10/24/2006: It’s Good to Be the Richest of the Rich (Truthdig )

10/23/2006: Congress Must Keep Broadband Competition Alive (Financial Times)

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Medicare Must Be Allowed to Negotiate Lower Drug Prices For Seniors

NOV 13: With America’s seniors struggling to pay skyrocketing prescription drug costs, it is critical that Congress pass, and the Administration approve, legislation to allow the government to negotiate prescription drug prices under Medicare. To learn more about this issue, read the following New York Times article. READ MORE

9/28/2006 : Sanders calls on credit card companies to stop deceptive marketing practices during Financial Services Committee hearing.

7/31/2006 : Grant to help Vermont veterans readjust to life back home

7/24/2006 : Sanders Announces Additional Slots Available in the Commodity Supplemental Food Program

7/20/2006 : STATEMENT ON OMAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT

7/20/2006 : Bernie Discusses the Pension Protection Act on the Floor of the House

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