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May 22, 2006: Meet the Press - Norwood/Graham on Border Security
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9/21/2006
House Passes New Version of Norwood’s CLEAR Act Simplified Stand-Alone Bill Authorizes 700,000 Local Police to Aid in Fight Against Illegal Immigration

(Washington, DC) - Legislation based on the CLEAR Act by U.S. Rep. Charlie Norwood (R-GA) to enlist as many as 700,000 state and local law enforcement officers in the war against illegal immigration passed the House today by a powerful 277-140 margin - the third time a version of the bill has been approved in the House this session. ...view more

9/21/2006
Norwood Helps Move Federal HIV/AIDS Policy Modernization Effort through CommitteeGreater Augusta Area could see $175,000 in new federal funding for HIV/AIDS Programs

(Washington, DC) - U.S. Rep. Charlie Norwood (R-GA) today announced the Ryan White CARE Act providing federal assistance to HIV/AIDS victims will be renewed and modernized if legislation passed by the House Energy and Commerce Committee becomes law. ...view more

9/20/2006
When Illegal Aliens Become Illegal Voters

(Washington, DC) - Remarks by the Honorable Charlie Norwood of Georgia to the U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC, September 20, 2006: ...view more

9/15/2006
Deal, Norwood Introduce Measure to Keep Children’s Medicaid Solvent in 17 States through Year’s End

(Washington, DC) - America’s Medicaid program for low-income children would remain funded through 2006, if legislation introduced this week by Georgia Congressmen Nathan Deal (R-10) and Charlie Norwood (R-9) is passed into law before Congress recesses on September 29. ...view more

9/8/2006
Partnering for Success: Securing the Northern Border

One of the better protected of the estimated 1,000 remote rural unguarded road crossings ...view more

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10/18/2006
A True “Comprehensive” Border and Immigration Reform Plan 5 Steps to Stop the Invasion:

1.  Secure the Borders with 50,000 Troops ...view more