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Mar 10, 2006 Press Release
Science Committee Democratic Members introduced a Resolution of Inquiry (H. Res. 717) to compel release of the original report of the Department of Commerce Technology Administration evaluating the impact of offshoring on American workers (March 10, 2006)
Mar 9, 2006 Hearing

Opening Statement By Hon. Bart Gordon

Mr. Chairman, thank you for holding this hearing today to consider the merits of the ARPA-E proposal. This proposal arose from a recommendation by a Committee of the National Academy of Science, National Academy of Engineering and the Institute of Medicine.

Mar 9, 2006 Press Release
The Committee should be moving now on ideas to promote innovation like creating an Advanced Research Projects Agency in the Department of Energy, argued Science Committee Ranking Democrat Bart Gordon (March 9, 2006)
Mar 9, 2006 Article
The Science Committee completed consideration of the Resolution of Inquiry, voting 14-19 not to approve the resolution, and reporting the Resolution to the House without recommendation by voice vote (April 5, 2006)
Mar 6, 2006 Press Release
Rep. Bart Gordon released the Views and Estimates for the Fiscal Year 2007 budget that the Science Committee Democratic Caucus submitted to the House Budget Committee (March 6, 2006)
Mar 2, 2006 Hearing

Opening Statement By Hon. Bart Gordon

Good morning. I want to welcome the witnesses to today’s hearing.

Mar 2, 2006 Press Release
The Fiscal Year 2007 proposed budget for space and Earth science at NASA earns expressions of "grave concern" from Reps. Bart Gordon (D-TN) and Mark Udall (D-CO), space policy leaders for the House Science Democratic Caucus (March 2, 2006)
Feb 28, 2006 Press Release
Rep. Bart Gordon sought support for his legislative proposals on American economic competitiveness in remarks before the Nuclear Energy Institute Research and Development Symposium (February 28, 2006)
Feb 23, 2006 Hearing

Opening Statement By Hon. David Wu

I want to welcome everyone to this afternoon's hearing. I would like to begin by thanking Representative Reichert for traveling down from Seattle to take part in this hearing. I also want to thank Dr.

Feb 23, 2006 Press Release
The National Science Board's new report, <em>America's Pressing Challenge - Building a Stronger Foundation</em>, supports the focus of Science Committee Ranking Democrat Bart Gordon (D-TN) on the connections between education and economic competitiveness (February 23, 2006)

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