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Representing the 1st District of Connecticut

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March 16, 2007 Press Release


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 16, 2007

Congressman John B. Larson Statement on 4th Anniversary of War in Iraq

WASHINGTON- Congressman John B. Larson (CT-1) issued the following statement today on the 4th anniversary of the war in Iraq, which is on Monday March 19th.

March 8, 2007 Press Release


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 8, 2007

CT Delegation Calls on Air Force to Re-Open CSAR-X Bid Process

March 1, 2007 Press Release


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 1, 2007

CONGRESSMAN JOHN B. LARSON INTRODUCES IRAQ BILL
Bill would repeal Congress? authorization to use force and reverse Bush doctrine of unilateralism

February 12, 2007 Press Release


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 12, 2007

Larson Praises Bipartisan Passage of Iraq Resolution

December 5, 2006 Press Release


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 5, 2006

LARSON STATEMENT ON HOUSE DEMOCRATIC FORUM ON IRAQ

September 29, 2006 Press Release


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 29, 2006

LARSON OPPOSES PRESIDENT?S SECRET WIRETAPPING PROGRAM

September 27, 2006 Press Release


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 27, 2006

DEFENSE BILL BENEFITS CONNECTICUT, FIRST DISTRICT

September 27, 2006 Press Release


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 27, 2006

LARSON SUPPORTS TROOPS AND GENEVA CONVENTIONS

WASHINGTON ? U.S. Representative John B. Larson (CT-1) today voted against H.R. 6166, legislation authorizing military tribunals for suspected terrorists. It passed the House by a vote of 253 to 168.

September 25, 2006 Press Release


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 25, 2006

LARSON CALLS FOR OVERSIGHT OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE
Concerned over report finding that Iraq war has increased danger of terrorism

July 26, 2006 Press Release


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 26, 2006

LARSON: IRAQI PRIME MINISTER FAILED TO ADDRESS AMERICA?S CONCERNS

WASHINGTON ? U.S. Representative John B. Larson (CT-1) today expressed disappointment that Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki failed to address specific concerns about the future of Iraq.

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