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November 8, 2006:
Meehan Statement on the Resignation of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld

November 2, 2006:
Meehan Urges Rumsfeld to Investigate Growing Threat of Sniper Attacks in Iraq

October 24, 2006:
College Board Report Shows Continued Trend of Increased Cost of Higher Education in Massachusetts and Nationwide

October 19, 2006:
Roll Call Criticizes House Ethics Process, Applauds Meehan's Efforts on Behalf of Reform

October 17, 2006:
Meehan Statement on Signing of Military Commissions Act

October 3, 2006:
Meehan Statement on the Resignation of Former Representative Mark Foley



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A New Direction for Iraq:

On November 5, 2006, Congressman Meehan appeared on FOX News to comment on the conviction of Saddam Hussein and America's involvement in Iraq and the War on Terror.  To watch a video clip of this appearance, please choose of the following options:

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On July 25, 2006, Congressman Meehan delivered a speech on the Floor of the House of Representatives in which he criticized President Bush for using the first veto of his presidency to prohibit federal funding of embryonic stem cell research.  This research has the potential to develop cures for some of the most debilitating medical conditions including Lukemia, Parkinson's Disease, Alzheimer's Disease, and spinal cord injuries.  To watch a video clip of Congressman Meehan's remarks, click here or on the picture above.  To read a transcript of the speech, click here.   


Congressman Meehan is currently accepting applications for his Spring 2007 internship program in Washington, DC and Massachusetts. If you are interested in this excellent opportunity, please complete this form and submit it along with your resume to the office for which you are applying. 

Washington, DC Office Intern Coordinator: Kate Lynch

Lowell Office Intern Coordinator: Larry Lopez

Lawrence Office Intern Coordinator: June Black


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November 1, 2006

 

Congressman Meehan appeared on CNN's Situation Room to discuss the Bush Administration's failed Iraq policy.  To watch a video clip of this appearance, please choose of the following options:

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October 27, 2006

Congressman Meehan appeared on Fox News to express his concern about worsening conditions in Iraq and call for a change in strategy.  To watch a video clip of his appearance, please choose one of the following options:

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Corruption in Washington

On October 8, 2006, Congressman Meehan appeared on Fox News Sunday to criticize the House Republican leadership for its response to former Congressman Mark Foley's misconduct.  To watch the video clip, please click here.


Stop Genocide in Darfur!

 

Darfur Refugees

For more information on Congressman Meehan's efforts to end the genocide in Darfur, click here.


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