Congressman Pete Olson

Representing the 22nd District of Texas

Press Releases

December 17, 2009 Press Release

Washington, DC – Rep. Pete Olson today issued the following statement upon House consideration of year end legislative items including the defense appropriations bill, a continuing resolution to fund federal government operations, a Democrat “jobs” bill and an increase in the U.S. debt limit:

December 15, 2009 Press Release

Washington, DC – Rep. Pete Olson today issued the following statement in light of the President’s announcement of his intention to bring Guantanamo Bay (GTMO) terrorists to the Thomson Correctional Center, located outside Chicago, IL:
 

December 14, 2009 Press Release

Washington, DC – Rep. Pete Olson today issued the following statement regarding reports the Government Accountability Office has decided to overturn the Army’s decision to shift the Army FMTV contract award from BAE Systems in Sealy to Oshkosh Corp. in Wisconsin:

December 10, 2009 Press Release

Rep. Pete Olson today issued the following statement in opposition to H.R. 3288, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2010:

December 7, 2009 Press Release

Rep. Pete Olson today issued the following statement in remembrance of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on this date 68 years ago:

December 1, 2009 Press Release

Rep. Pete Olson today issued the following statement in response to President Obama’s announcement on the future of U.S. engagement in Afghanistan:

November 25, 2009 Press Release

Rep. Pete Olson issued the following statement today on early reports of Navy Seals facing charges involving an Iraqi detainee:

 

November 19, 2009 Press Release

Congressman Pete Olson today joined with 27 of his colleagues led by Rep.

November 10, 2009 Press Release

Congressman Pete Olson today joined with several of his House Colleagues that represent districts along the Gulf Coast in signing a letter urging the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to reconsider their proposed mandatory regulations on Gulf Coast oysters.  These new regulations would directly impact the Gulf Coast oyster industry and indirectly the thousands of restaurants an

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