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November 13, 2008
Wu: Obama Inauguration Popular; Tickets Scarce

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman David Wu’s office has received numerous calls in recent days requesting tickets to President-elect Barack Obama’s inauguration. We will continue to accept ticket requests through Wednesday, November 26.  After all requests have been received, tickets will be allocated.  We will make every attempt to notify all of those who requested tickets as to the status of their request. » read more

October 22, 2008
Wu Supports LNG Rehearing Request, Backs Constituents By Opposing LNG

PORTLAND, OR — Today Congressman David Wu expressed support for a rehearing on the Bradwood Landing liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility, as requested by Governor Ted Kulongoski, and reiterated his decision to reflect voters' rejection of LNG in Oregon. » read more

October 8, 2008
Wu Seeks Student Applications to United States Military Academies

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today Congressman David Wu announced that he is accepting applications from eligible students who would like to be nominated to the United States military academies.  A congressional nomination is required before most students are accepted to a military academy. » read more

October 7, 2008
Wu Calls for U.S. House of Representatives Page Program Applications

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today Congressman David Wu announced a call for applications to the U.S. House of Representatives Congressional Page Program in Washington, DC.  Congressman Wu has been selected to nominate a congressional page for the 2009 spring session of the Congressional Page Program, which begins with check-in on Sunday, January 25, 2009 and ends on Saturday, June 6, 2009.  The nominee will participate in the Page School program and earn high school credit while working as a House Page. » read more

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The U.S. House passed legislation to provide our troops with the equipment they need, require Iraqis to take control of their country and establish a date for withdrawal from Iraq. The House also passed two bills that were the first to exercise any level of oversight and accountability on the president's Iraq war. The bills tied economic aid to 18 benchmarks on political, security, and economic progress and required the president to develop and report to Congress a comprehensive troop redeployment strategy. (HR 1591; HR 2206; HR 2956; HR 3087)


The U.S. House passed legislation to implement the recommendations of the bipartisan 9/11 Commission, including improvements in border security, port security, and aviation security. This legislation marked a long-awaited first step toward making Americans safer.

The House authored defense spending bills to include a greater focus on equipment shortfalls, training, troop pay, health care, and housing. These new priorities contribute to our military being fully prepared to face the threats and challenges of today and tomorrow. (HR 1; HR 3222; HR 1585)


The U.S. House passed legislation to reduce our dependence on foreign oil by increasing investments in homegrown renewable and alternatives energies and raising gas mileage standards for the first time in 32 years. The House also increased funds for climate change research and held dozens of oversight hearings to ensure the science on climate change is not distorted. (HR 6; HR 2641; HR 2643)

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