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Congressman Bass has established this page on the Hurricane Katrina disaster. It contains news of actions taken by Congress, provides help to those who want to donate to victims, and collects consumer reports of price gouging by gasoline retailers.
Bass has introduced legislation to improve
As many of you know, the Medicare prescription drug benefit program got underway on January 1. In the first few weeks since the program's inception, many beneficiaries have experienced very specific difficulties. If you have encountered any problems, I encourage you to fill out my Online Medicare Problems form so that I may use your experience and information to adequately address any inconsistencies in this new program.
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The FCC has issued a consumer advisory, for citizens who have put their names on the National Do-Not-Call Registry and are called by telemarketers. To add your number to the registry, visit the Do Not Call Registery.
BASS APPLAUDS BIPARTISAN PASSAGE OF SPENDING REFORM BILL Washington, D.C. – Congressman Charles Bass (R- NH02) strongly supported H. Res. 1000, a bill to require more accountability and transparency in federal spending. The bill passed the House by a bipartisan vote of 245 to 171.
BRADLEY AND BASS APPLAUD RELEASE OF NEARLY $3 MILLION IN ADDITIONAL LIHEAP FUNDS FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE (Washington, D.C.) – U.S. Reps. Jeb Bradley and Charles Bass (R-NH) today announced that New Hampshire is slated to receive $2.98 million in funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) by the end of the week. The funds are included in the LIHEAP surplus account, which was set to expire at the end of this fiscal year. The Bush Administration will release the surplus funds tomorrow. .
BASS HELPS ANNOUNCE VITAL NEW AUTO SAFETY STANDARDS Washington, D.C. - Congressman Charles Bass (R-NH02) joined by automobile safety advocate and New Hampshire State Representative Packy Campbell announced new voluntary standards for automobile Brake Shift Interlock (BSI) to prevent unnecessary tragedies.
BASS APPLAUDS SENATE
PASSAGE OF STEM CELL RESEARCH BILL
OPPOSITION TO AMENDMENT RESTRICTING NORTHERN BORDER TRAVEL
BASS LEGISLATION TO
INCREASE FUEL SUPPLIES PASSES HOUSE
NEW HAMPSHIRE CONGRESSIONAL
DELEGATION URGES IMMEDIATE FEDERAL RESPONSE TO REGIONAL FLOODING
AMENDMENT PASSES AS PART OF THE SAFE PORT ACT
URGES OFFSHORE RENEWABLE ENERGY
BASS AND BRADLEY INTRODUCE
LEGISLATION TO PROTECT WILD RIVER, SANDWICH RANGE AREAS OF WHITE MOUNTAINS
REPS. BASS AND ALLEN
WELCOME NEW FEC INTERNET RULE, DECISION BY HOUSE LEADERSHIP TO LET IT TAKE
BASS APPLAUDES PRESIDENT
BUSH FOR SUPPORTING WOOD-TO-ENERGY INITIATIVES IN THE STATE OF THE UNION
BASS APPOINTED TO SPEAKER’S
ETHICS TASK FORCE