OLYMPIA – Tonight, Congressman Denny Heck (WA-10) released the following statement after learning of the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg:
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Denny Heck (WA-10) applauded the bipartisan passage of the Delivering For America Act, H.R. 8015, from the House of Representatives. The bill would reverse Postmaster General DeJoy’s recent service changes to the United States Postal Service and provide urgently needed funds, and passed 257 to 150 with Rep. Heck’s support.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Denny Heck (WA-10), Congressman Lee Zeldin (NY-01), and Congressman Charlie Crist (FL-13) led a letter to the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) urging them to reconsider a recent fee increase on homeowners.
OLYMPIA – Today, Congressman Denny Heck (WA-10) issued the following statement in response to the news that 1.1 million new unemployment claims were filed last week.
“This week’s dire unemployment numbers simply reinforce what my colleagues and I have been stressing for months: millions across our country need help—and they need it now.
OLYMPIA – Congressman Denny Heck (WA-10) released the following statement after learning about the death of former U.S. Senator Slade Gorton:
OLYMPIA – Congressman Denny Heck (WA-10) released the following statement in response to today’s announcement that the Trump administration approved an oil leasing plan for the coastal plain of Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR):
The bill, the Remove the Stain Act, was introduced in the House in June by Democratic Reps. Denny Heck (Wash.), Paul Cook (Calif.) and Deb Haaland (N.M.), one of two Native American women in Congress.
Sometimes, ideas can bounce around the intellectual fringes for years before eventually being embraced by the powerful. On Wednesday you could watch it happen in real time, on cable television.
Legislation to rescind 20 Congressional Medals of Honor awarded after the 1890 massacre at Wounded Knee in South Dakota was unveiled Wednesday by U.S. Rep. Denny Heck, D-Wash., and two House colleagues.
"We're 129 years late, but we still can act," said Heck, in Washington, D.C., introducing the Remove the Stain Act.
WASHINGTON — A bill introduced Tuesday would rescind 20 Medals of Honor awarded to soldiers who received them for actions during the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890, when hundreds of Native Americans were killed by U.S. cavalry soldiers.
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