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Lungren Applauds Appointment of Rep. Candice Miller to Serve as Chairwoman of House Administration in 113th Congress
WASHINGTON – Today, Committee on House Administration Chairman Dan Lungren, R-Calif., issued the following statement regarding the Speaker’s appointment of Rep. Candice Miller, R-MI, to serve as Committee chair for the 113th Congress:
WASHINGTON – On September 28th, House Administration Chairman Dan Lungren, R-Calif., took action to ensure that the voting rights of military and overseas voters are protected...
WASHINGTON – Today, House Administration Chairman Dan Lungren, R-Calif., joined Congressman Lamar Smith, R-TX, Chairman of the Committee on the Judiciary, and Congressman Howard McKeon, R-Calif, Chairman of the Committee on Armed Services, in sending a letter to Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder demanding answers to reports of service members overseas bring deprived of their opportunity to vote.
After Just One Year, Congress’ Waste-to-Energy Program Diverted Approximately 5,000 Tons of Solid Waste from Local Landfills and Reduced the Production of Emissions Equivalent to Removing Nearly 900 Cars From the Road
Lungren Says Court Order to Stall Implementation of STOCK Act Places Executive Branch Bureaucrats’ Financial Dealings Before Public Interest
Today, House Administration Chairman Dan Lungren, R-Calif., issued the following statement calling on the Department of Justice to immediately appeal the court order stalling the equal implementation of the STOCK Act:
House Legislation Introduced by Committee Chairman Dan Lungren and Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton Honors Contributions of Abolitionist Frederick Douglass by Placing Statue in U.S. Capitol
Today, Committee on House Administration Chairman Dan Lungren, R-Calif., issued the following statement after introducing a bill co-sponsored by Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton honoring the significant contributions of Frederick Douglass by adding his statue to the U.S. Capitol:
Chairman of the Committee on House Administration Pledges to Continue Improving Operations Through Advancement of House Technologies
WASHINGTON – Today, Republican Members from the Committee on House Administration released the following statement after the Federal Election Commission’s (FEC) complied with the Committee’s request to make its confidential enforcement documents public: