Committee on Education and Labor - U.S. House of Representatives


In 2005, Democrats on the then-named Education and Workforce Committee became the first Members of Congress to welcome a major innovation in the United States House of Representatives: the e-hearing. Using technology, expert witnesses, affected Americans and Members of Congress are able to discuss high priority issues without the delay, expense and time restrictions of a traditional hearing.

E-Hearings in the 109th Congress (Archived)

Make College Affordable: America's Students and Families Deserve Better »
April 2006

The American Automobile Industry in Crisis: Threats to Middle-Class Jobs, Wages, Health Care and Pensions »
December 2005

Broken Promises: The United Airlines Pension Crisis »>
June 2005