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From the Congressman…

10/5/2006
Congressman Davis Reacts To Foley Page Scandal
- "Like every Alabamian I have been revolted by the bizarre and sickening conduct of Mark Foley.  I am almost as mortified by what this scandal says about the Congress and its leadership.  (full story...)

LATEST NEWS

10/31/2006
Congressman Davis Hosts 4th Annual Military Service Academy Day
- BIRMINGHAM - U.S. Representative Artur Davis (D-Birmingham) is scheduled to hosts the 7th Congressional District Military Academy Day Friday, November 3, from 10 a.m. - Noon at the State Fair Park Arena at 2331 Bessemer Road in Birmingham. (full story...)

10/25/2006
Congressman Davis Hosts Education Summit Highlighting Alabama Best Practices
- BIRMINGHAM - With the reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act set for the 2007 legislative session in Washington, U.S. Representative Artur Davis (D-Birmingham) is hosting an event to highlight the successes in underserved communities throughout Alabama and to discuss changes that will help significantly improve the policy. (full story...)