Olson Asks Biden Why Job Criteria Was Removed From
Stimulus Funding Program
Upcoming Olson Town Halls
Saturday, July 18, 2009
Pearland and Missouri City
Houston, Texas â€“ Four Republican Texas Members of Congress today jointly hosted a Texas Energy Summit in Houston to discuss with leading energy experts what the â€œCap-and-Tradeâ€ National Energy Tax will mean for Texas jobs and Texas families.
Washington, DC â€“ Rep. Pete Olson today issued the following statement in response to the Congressional Budget Office report on H.R. 2454, the Democrats â€œclimateâ€ legislation that may be on the House floor as soon as Friday:
Mr. Augustine, members of the Review Panel, thank you for the opportunity to speak to you today.
Mr. Speaker, I rise today to express my growing alarm with the Democrat Leadershipâ€™s plan to attach controversial and costly provisions - with little chance of passing on their own - to a bill as critically important as the war supplemental appropriations bill.
Washington, DC â€“ Rep.
Washington, DC â€“ Rep. Pete Olson today expressed disappointment in response to the Commerce, Justice, Science Subcommittee reduction in Fiscal Year 2010 appropriations bill. With regard to NASA, the subcommitteeâ€™s funding level was $18,203 billion which was $483 million below the Administrationâ€™s request of $18,686 billion. Olson issued the following statement:
CONGRESSMAN OLSON IN THE NEWS
Olson Statement on NASA Administrator Nominee:
General Charles F. Bolden Junior
Washington, DC â€“ Rep. Pete Olson issued the following statement in response to President Obama's nomination of General Charles Bolden, Administrator of NASA and Lori Garver, Deputy Administrator of NASA: