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Congressman Harold Ford, Jr. - Representing the Ninth District of Tennessee
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P:(202) 225-3265
F: (202) 225-5663
325 Cannon House Office
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Washington, D.C. 20515
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Memphis Downtown
P:(901) 544-4131
F:(901) 544-4329
The Federal Building
167 North Main, Suite #369
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
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F: (901) 766-8124
775 East Ridge Lake Boulevard
Suite 155
Memphis, Tennessee 38120

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The Energy Crisis - Tips to Lower Your Monthly Bills

The energy crisis affects more than the price of gas. It also affects your monthly electric bill. Click here to learn some tips on how you can conserve energy and lower your utility bill this summer.


Ford Urges Different Priorities, More And Smarter Funding For Homeland Security

9/26/2006 -   Washington, D.C. - Congressman Harold Ford, Jr. issued the following statement after the Department of Homeland Security made almost $400 million in grants to certain cities and states: “Five years after the tragic events of ... (read more)


Ford Urges Congress To Put Politics Aside, Fund Kids’ Health Insurance

9/25/2006 -   Washington, D.C. - Congressman Harold Ford, Jr. sent a letter today urging Congress to fund the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) immediately to protect the health insurance of thousands of children. In a statement, ... (read more)


Disaster Preparedness and Assistance

No one can receive disaster assistance unless they first register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) by calling 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) toll free.  The TDD number for the speech and hearing impaired is 1-800-462-7585. Residents also can register online at www.fema.gov.


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Top News

Ford Urges Different Priorities, More And Smarter Funding For Homeland Security (9/26/2006)

Ford Urges Congress To Put Politics Aside, Fund Kids’ Health Insurance (9/25/2006)

Ford Praises McCain Deal On Prosecuting Terrorists (9/21/2006)

Ford Calls On U.N. To Condemn Chavez (9/21/2006)

Ford Issues Statement Condemning Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (9/20/2006)

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