Legislation Introduced During the 109th Congress
H. Con. Res. 163 - Honoring the Sigma Chi Fraternity on the occasion of its 150th Anniversary.
H.R. 749 - Expanded Access to Financial Services Act of 2005.
H.R. 926 - VA Police Powers Act.
H.R. 1053 - To authorize the extension of nondiscriminatory treatment (normal trade relations treatment) to the products of Ukraine.
H.R. 1514 - Farmland Protection Challenge Grant Act of 2005.
H.R. 1645 - Benjamin Franklin National Memorial Commemoration Act of 2005.
H.R. 1984 - To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to extend the low-income housing credit for certain buildings in high cost areas.
H.R. 1985 - Federal Whistleblower Protection Tax Act of 2005.
H.R. 2219 - Fair Treatment of Americans by Americans Act.
H.R. 2424 - To extend the temporary suspension of duty on 11-Aminoundecanoic acid.
H.R. 2669 - The Pet Animal Welfare Statute Act of 2005.
H.R. 3686 - Growing Smarter Through Transportation Infrastructure Act of 2005
H.R. 3705 - Protection Against Gouging Activities Act.
H.R. 3743 - To ensure that certain members of the United States Armed Forces are not subject to secondary airport security screening.
H.R. 3831 - Household Employee Flexible Savings Plan Act of 2005
H.R. 3859 - Meeting the Housing and Service Needs of Seniors Act of 2005.
H.R. 3911 - To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to exempt members of the Armed Forces from naturalization requirements relating to English language, knowledge of government, good moral character, and period of service.
H.R. 4072 - To direct the Federal Trade Commission to revise the do-not-call telemarketing rules to prohibit calls from certain political organizations to persons on the national do-not-call registry.
Gerlach to Vote “Yes” Declaring the United States Will Prevail on the Global War on Terror
Gerlach Resolution Honoring “Alex’s Lemonade Stand” Passes House
Gerlach Ukraine Trade Legislation Signed Into Law
House of Representatives Passes Gerlach Legislation Granting Normal Trade Relations to Ukraine
Congressman Gerlach Announces Authorization of $10 Million for the Benjamin Franklin Memorial at the Franklin Institute
Gerlach talks about his open space legislation
More from Gerlach and Kirk on the Agenda
Gerlach and Kirk discuss Suburban Agenda Caucus
Alex's Lemonade Stand Days Resolution
Future Fuels Act