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OCTOBER 6, 2006
press release
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Miller To Receive Community College Member of the Year Award"

SEPTEMBER 22, 2006
press release
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Miller Announces Grant for Rockingham County to Fight Gangs Through Education"

SEPTEMBER 21, 2006
press release
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Miller Votes to Strengthen U.S. Border Security and to Detain Illegal Immigrant Criminals"

SEPTEMBER 11, 2006
press release
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Miller Recognizes Spirit of Service and Resilience on Fifth Anniversary of September 11th"

JULY 20, 2006
video / press release
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Miller Questions Federal Reserve Chair About Pay Inequality"

JULY 13, 2006
press release
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Miller Supports Reauthorization of Voting Rights Act"

JUNE 20, 2006
floor speech
"Bring Back Pay-As-You-Go Budget Rules"

JUNE 15, 2006
floor speech / press release
"Miller Takes a Stand on Iraq War Resolution with an Unprecedented 'Present' Vote"

MAY 25, 2006
press release
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Miller Joins Fellow Democrats in the Call to Shine a Spotlight on Inflated Corporate Executive Salaries"

MAY 10, 2006
floor speech-video /
press release
"Miller Supports Technology Incentive to Help Lower Gas Prices"

APRIL 19, 2006
press release
"Miller Calls on Education Secretary Spellings to Release Reports"

MARCH 9, 2006
press release
"Miller and First Lady Laura Bush Present Historic Preservation Awards"

FEBRUARY 14, 2006
floor speech
"FY '07 Budget Testimony"

FEBRUARY 8, 2006
press release
"Miller Helps Unveil New Community College Caucus in House"

at a glance header
EMAIL CONGRESSMAN MILLER
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WASHINGTON DC OFFICE
1722 Longworth Building
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-3032 office
(202) 225-0181 fax

TOLL FREE
(877) BRAD HELPS
(877) 272-3435

DISTRICT OFFICES
1300 St. Mary's Street, Suite 504
Raleigh, NC 27605
(919) 836-1313 office
(919) 836-1314 fax

125 S. Elm Street, Suite 504
Greensboro, NC 27401
(336) 574-2909 office
(336) 574-0607 fax

Welcome to the official Web Site of the Thirteenth District of North Carolina.

I hope this site will be a useful tool for you to learn more about what is going on in Congress and get updates on the issues that matter to you most. Here, you can read the latest news and email me your views about legislation before the Congress. Please know that whether you need help dealing with a federal agency or you're planning a visit to Washington, my office can help you out. Please stay in touch.

Sincerely,

Brad Miller

Brad Miller
Member of Congress


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graphic - Spotlight: Community College Caucus
U.S. Rep. Brad Miller has helped start Congress' first Community College Caucus!

This bi-partisan caucus was formed to emphasize the important and distinctive role that community colleges play in the American education system and educate Members of Congress about the challenges many of these institutions face.

Joining Miller as co-chairs of the caucus are Reps. Mike Castle (R-DE), David Wu (D-OR) and Roger Wicker (R-MS). The caucus currently has 62 members.

Click here to learn more about this exciting new endeavor and view pictures from the launch reception.

QuickLinks

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photo - Miller admires a certificate at the Brightleaf Hoedown in Yanceyville.
Rep. Miller admires a certificate at the Brightleaf Hoedown in Yanceyville.
Photo - Rep. Miller invites Lt. Benjamin Wynn of Raleigh, an Iraq War vet from North Carolina's Army National Guard, to attend the speech of Iraqi Prime Minister Dr. Nouri al-Maliki to a Joint Meeting of Congress. The two are standing in the Capitol's National Statuary Hall near the bronze statue of Senator Zebulon Vance, who was a former NC governor and US representative.
Rep. Miller invites Lt. Benjamin Wynn of Raleigh, an Iraq War vet from North Carolina's Army National Guard, to attend the speech of Iraqi Prime Minister Dr. Nouri al-Maliki to a Joint Meeting of Congress. The two are standing in the Capitol's National Statuary Hall near the bronze statue of Senator Zebulon Vance, who was a former NC governor and US representative.

photo - Miller asks a question seated next to Rep. Boehlert (R-NY), chairman of the Committee on Science.
Rep. Miller asks a question seated next to Rep. Boehlert (R-NY), chairman of the Committee on Science.
photo - Miller speaks at the unveiling of the Community College Caucus event.
Rep. Miller speaks at the unveiling of the Community College Caucus event.
 

 

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